November 22, 2015

Markdown Monday Linky Party! (November 23rd - 27th)

Please add your link below to join the linky fun!
Link a product from your TpT store that you would like to markdown until Friday, November 27th.
How much you markdown your product is up to you! We would love it if you displayed your product on your blog and then linked back to us. Thanks so much and have fun!
If you aren't selling, but looking for great bargains, please check out the fabulous discounted products in the linky party below! Be sure to check back again, as teachers may be adding products throughout the week. We don't want you to miss any of these great deals! 

This week we are featuring:
It is 50% off!
Click on the picture above to check it out in our store.


Polar Bear Party is a pack full of thematic lessons and center materials for your students. We've included a variety of activities for you!


There are writing prompts included for the stories, Dear Polar Bear, Little Polar Bear, and Irving and Muktuk. These are three of our favorite polar bear stories to read to our children!



Children love this literacy center where they read words around the room and record one word for each letter that spells "polar bear" vertically. 

We have included a sight word game similar to "Go Fish" called "Gone Fishin" where children will deal cards, read sight words, while trying to make matches. It is great practice reading their high frequency words as they ask their partner if they have "what" or "did," etc.



These adorable polar bears help the children practice counting sets and writing addition equations! We have included exploration, modeling, cooperative group practice, an individual assessment, and a matching center for one or more days of math time fun!





Your students can practice sorting these polar bears by one or more attributes with these card sets. These polar bears have different colors, sizes, cocoa stirs, and are sitting different directions. Lots to look at to practice visual discrimination and sorting by various attributes.

We use this chart to record what children know and want to know before we teach them about polar bears. Then, we revisit the chart at the end of the unit to discover all they have learned! We have included a small version to use with a document camera or overhead plus a larger version to piece together into a poster also.

Thanks for stopping by and hanging out with us today. We hope you love these adorable polar bear activities!
Have a great week!

1 comment:

  1. Wow!! I would like to attend polar bear party too. I have never attended such party but now I am thinking that I can arrange a polar bear party for my kids at San Francisco venues. I am sure it will be fun for both of them with their friends.

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