Wish List Wednesday: June 24

I'm joining up with Teacher by the Beach for Wish List Wednesday. I have checked to see what you guys have on your wish lists from my TpT store, and I will be offering one of those items at a 30% discount until Friday!! You can also enter the giveaway for a chance to win the unit tonight. Today I am sharing one of my favorite resources - 102 at the Zoo! 

 102 at the Zoo!

I created this resource because I couldn't find anything on TpT to celebrate the 102nd day of school that hadn't already been done in kindergarten or first grade. Our first grade does a 101 Dalmatians theme, and I just couldn't do 102 Dalmatians...I could already hear the kiddos exclaiming, "But we already did that in firrrrrst grade!!" Oh.the.horror....

Although this unit was created around a theme, it could totally be used any time of the year because of the content. If you leave out the cutesy decorations, you have a thematic unit based around researching zoo animals.

 102 at the Zoo

This unit includes QR codes to make integrating technology a breeze, leveled graphic organizers and leveled writing responses which include a frame for students that need extra support. I used that piece with my special ed kiddos, but it would be equally useful for your ESOL friends.  Those features check the box for differentiation. Can I get a woo hoo? Leveled math practice is also included along with a graphing activity. There are a variety of art pieces included to choose from to help make displaying the report a snap. Don't forget that second graders still need to practice those fine motor skills and stretch their creative brains.  I particularly like the activity where they take the numbers 1, 0, and 2 and create a zoo animal. Take a look at that elephant....too.dang.cute!

Researching with the tablet

Researching with the Chromebook

My students had a blast on the 102nd day of school! They enjoyed the collaboration with their partner and being more in charge of their own learning. They worked at their own pace, and I essentially facilitated the learning. Many of my students included it in their favorite activities section of their memory books. Oh.happy.day!

If you'd like a chance to win this unit, enter the Rafflecopter below. If this isn't the correct level for your students, please share the information with teacher friends that might be able to utilize it. Thank you!

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