Monday, June 18, 2012

Yeehaw!!

Okay, all you cowpokes out there in blogland, we have finished our Wild West Cowboy Fun packet!! This one is especially for Mrs. Robinson and her fabulous firsties. She has a rip-roaring good time with her Cowboy theme and needed some glyphs to kick-off the year. Maybe she'll let us post some pics when she completes them in August. Her room is CuTe!

Click on any of the pics to go to our TpT store and take a closer look!


This one has TWO glyphs included (a cowboy/cowgirl and a horse), plus a ton of writing and data collection resources.







 We've had requests for photos of our classrooms. Angela is moving to a different room and my room has everything piled up in the middle of the floor (they just finished waxing). We'll soon get the itch to start working on them and we'll be sure to take Before and After shots to share with you. What would we do if we didn't have summertime to recharge, regroup, and redecorate for the new year? Soooo thankful for all the fabulous teachers out there who share their ideas on blogs and Pinterest!!

Next up -- PIRATES!!!! ArrrGh!

Happy Summer,
Kelley

P.S. The first person to comment wins this packet for FREE!!

6 comments:

Oceans of First Grade Fun said...

Love the cowpokes!
Ms. A
Queeqag@aol.com

Kelley Smith said...

You got it, Yolanda!! I'll email you your freebie A.S.A.P!

Turtle Girl said...

I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE your glyphs! They are about the only projects we do anymore!! Keep them coming :)

Eileen Griffin said...

Nuts… I missed it. These are too darn cute to pass up. I cannot wait to see the pirates!!!!. Keep the fun coming ladies!

Jen R. @ The Teachers' Cauldron said...

Hi ladies!! I was wondering if you had one for like a surfer or something?? My classroom theme is going to be beach/surfer this year, so I'm on the hunt! :)
Thanks!

♥ Jen
The Teacher's Cauldron
jenross1018@yahoo.com

Wintaka said...

Just discovered your blog and I am excited. I love glyphs. We are having a rock and roll theme this year. Do you have anything for that?
THYordan@aol.com

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