Friday, July 12, 2013

One Cool Cat Centers, Freebie and Chance to Win

Well happy Friday ya'll... I missed posting last week because we had a busy 4th... Between hauling 16, yes 16 tons, of rock for landscaping, a movie, a carnival, fireworks, swimming at the lake, a bbq with great friends from high school and their families, I just took a break from the blogging world and even creating. But on Monday back at it I was and created my latest unit from start to finish based off the story Pete the Cat.  Typically I will post the entire unit, a math pack and literacy pack and many individual centers on TPT... However this time I did it a bit differently.  Because my skills were great for beginning Kinder-1st Grade, I divided them up a bit.  Click on each title below to go to my TPT store to check them out... I absolutely cannot wait to use them:)


One of the Literacy A Centers.  It is a letter match and trace:)
If you want to win any of the following centers, please take a peek at them and comment below which is your favorite and why... I will randomly pick a winner on Tuesday evening to snag any 1 of them for FREE:)
If you like this freebie, I am sure you will find soooooo many more over at TeachingBlog Addicts Freebie Friday and Manic Monday:)

Happy Weekend!  My summer is technically 1/2 over today... Boo:(


  1. i like literacy pack A - perfect for the beginning of the year :)

  2. Love Literacy pack B since it teachers CVC, CVCe, and digraphs!

  3. I love literacy pack A. Our Pete the Cat author study is at the beginning of the year and the activities in Lit. pack A would match perfectly.
    Isn't it sad that summer is already half over?!? We should meet up soon!
    Polka Dot Kinders

  4. I love love love the Math A pack...the shapes are adorable!!! We just got out last week, so this is our 2nd week of vacay... We go til the end of June!! Thanks for being so generous! Amy :)

    1. Hi Amy, can I get your email to send the Math Pack A since you are a winner:) Thanks:)

  5. SO CUTE! I wish I taught ELA. Sadly, just math. I also really like your blog. I wish I taught in the elementary level, but I will get there some day...Besides, I like the way you think. Because of this I nominated you for a Leibster Award. It is an award designed to recognize the hard work of new bloggers who do amazing work but might not have the followers that other blogs have. I think you are one of those bloggers who deserve the nod. For more information and how to accept head on over to my blog at
    Lessons With Coffee

  6. I love the literacy pack but the Math packet more. Engaging children in basic understanding of mathematical concepts assist them to become aware of themselves and the world around them. For example, space and shapes are all around us.

  7. These are all great! My favorite is the One Cool Cat Math A Pack (Kinder CCSS)packet because I love all the concepts you covered and I can use it at the beginning of school this Sept! :)

  8. I love Literacy Pack B for my first graders. It would be a great activity to use when I'm teaching word families and sight words.

    Preslar's Place

  9. I like the Math A.The shapes are so cute.

  10. I love the Literacy Pack A for my kindergartners. I want to do Pete the Cat the first week of school this year and this would be perfect for centers for the beginning of the year.

    Sue Lattea

  11. I LOVE the Literacy Pack B! It would be PERFECT to keep Pete alive in our classroom through our year of learning. :)

  12. I am planning on starting off my year with Pete the Cat and your packs would work perfectly! I love them all, but think that the Math Pack A would fit in the best for the start of the school year! :)

  13. HI all~
    I decided to pick 3 winners since I was soooo late in posting:) The littles and I took an impromptu 3 day trip to the cabin to visit my cousins from out of town:) We came home for a few hours this afternoon to re-pack and a few things and back we go (good thing it is only 21 miles away:)) So, I used a random spinner online and numbers 3, 4, and 7 were spun. I will send out those shortly to Sara, Learningmyself and Lorena:) Check back shortly for a Where the Wild Things Are freebie:)