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Bathroom Pass Freebie & Linking Cube Letters

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Happy Friday Friends!!!! I haven’t truly felt the sense of TGIF I have today since the end of last school year. Whew. It was a busy week but I am loving my new school and my new class!!

I blogged about these owl bathroom passes I made a few weeks ago, and ever since then I have had tons of e-mails requesting the template. So I added them as a freebie in my TPT store. But then I never told you that I did that. So for the record, you can grab them for free in my TPT store. Just click the picture below to go directly to them 🙂

 
The button below will take you to Blog Hopping where you can currently find 93 other awesome freebies!!
Also, today was the final day of the first week of school. And we did one of my favorite “exploratory” activities with our math linking cubes. I hand out 20 linking cubes to ever student and challenge them to make all the letters in the alphabet using their linking cubes. Check out some of their handy work below.

                       The blue “W” is one of my favorites because they linked them all on the bottom

They quickly learn the can make uppercase and lower case versions of the letters.
And that some letters lowercase “b” can also be a lowercase “p” or “d”

They can also make numbers and spell words. It will make a simple word work center, math center, or early finisher activity.

Ok, I’m off to meet up with some girlfriends for some serious TGIF decompressing. Followed by an early bed time.

Happy Weekend Yall!!

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Stephanie Stewart

Stephanie Stewart

Hi, I' Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!

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Hi, I’ Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!

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