A Year of Wonders

Aloha friends!  Summer is flying by for me.  I cannot believe it is already July!!  I had a list a mile long of things I needed to do and I have barely made a dent.  However, I have been enjoying myself a great deal, swimming, working out, catching up with friends and binge watching lots of Netflix!!

One thing that I can cross off my list is finishing up my Grammar Centers for the Reading Wonders series.  Actually all of my Wonders products are complete now!!!


Each of these units covers the grammar skills that are covered in the Wonders units.  They are great for Daily 5 word work rotations or small group activities.  Each unit comes with activities that cover a skill and a practice sheet for reinforcement.  Much more engaging than a workbook! Each also has a color and black and white version to make printing easier and more affordable.

I also have Morning Work for each unit.  These include practice for grammar, spelling and vocabulary for each unit.  The skills begin simple and spiral through the year.  My kids did so well with this format this year!



Finally, I have Spelling Lists for each of the units that include printable lists for On-Level, Above Level and Approaching, vocabulary words and definitions, high-frequency words and sentences for spelling dictation.



Spelling Unit 1 is free in my TpT shop to give you an idea of what's included in the other packs.  It does not include everything that I added to the other units.  I guess I should add that to my list ;)

Hope your summer is progressing well and that these resources will come in handy down the line.



10 comments

  1. This is awesome! I wish I was still teaching second! It's nice to see a fellow teacher from Hawaii in the blogging world. Hope you're enjoying your summer! Can't believe how fast it's going by!

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  2. These are great! Are you going to bundle these?

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    1. Lacy the Morning Work is bundled, but the centers are just too large to put together.

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  3. First grade next, please!! *puppy eyes* ;) Your work is fabulous, Corinna! <3

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    1. Mahalo Cherie! I will do my best!

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  4. Hi! I'm looking for someone to give me insight on the big island and if there are good special Ed services for my 1st grader. My email is mmrudnick@yahoo.com
    I'd really appreciate it!

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    1. I'm so sorry I don't live on the big island. I would contact the Department of Education in Honolulu for more info.

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  5. This is absolutely BRILLIANT! You know, there'd be a LOT of teachers that'd pay a SWEET penny for you to make these for each grade (cough! cough! Sixth grade, cough!), lol! I love, as a new and VERY inexperienced 6th grade ELA teacher, seeing such creative people like yourself doing amazing things like this. Thank you and those like you for existing! We noobs couldn't do it without you! :-)

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    1. Mahalo!!! I will see what I can do :)

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Mahalo Nui Loa For Commenting!!

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