It's a Shower of Spring Resources!

Welcome Friends!

Thanks for stopping by to scout out the savings in my store as we celebrate a new month and a new season!

No foolin'!  My whole shop is on sale today, Tuesday, April 2nd through Friday, April 5th! Snap up some savings on a shower of spring literacy resources!  My garden, weather, and spring-themed poetry and writing units are sure to help your primary grade students bloom!

Garden, weather, and spring-themed literacy activities to help little learners bloom.

As a way of  paying homage to the old saying, "April showers bring May flowers," I've marked ALL of my resources down!  I hope you enjoy the savings!

Picture prompts as well as writing task cards are included in this pack that covers a variety of fiction and non-fiction writing skills such as how-to, opinion, and poetry. Word Wall cards will help your students write independently, and creatively about the topic of their choice.

One of the books I will share with my second graders when we return from spring break is Barbara Lehman's Rainstorm.   This watercolor-rich and wordless picture book takes you on rainy day journey with a little boy who finds a magic key! Suddenly, his boredom is gone and a great adventure begins!

Hopefully, some of these resources will help you kick off some creative learning fun in your classroom!  I've included pictures of some of favorite books and authors I use with them as well, along with a few links to the author's websites that I hope you will find helpful!

Mr. Schu's Interview of Patty Lovell

The final weeks of school can sometimes be challenging for both teachers and students, so I created this pack of activities to help boost morale and keep behavior choices positive as the days wind down. You can read more about what is included and how I plan to use it in Room 2 over at The Primary Pack.  

If you are not familiar with Patty Lovell's Mollie Lou Melon books, please go directly to your local bookstore to get them!  I love Mollie Lou with my whole heart, and my students do too!  

This quote from Mollie Lou's wise grandmother will remind the children in your class to stay strong and true to their own uniqueness always...

As always, thanks for stopping by!  You'll find all of the resources featured above {HERE}.

Continue to share your story, hold a song in your heart, and teach your children well...

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