Friday, March 13, 2015

Lucky You! Blog Hop


Come join us on the Lucky You! Blog Hop. Happy Friday the 13th! Are you someone that thinks the number 13 is lucky or unlucky? Did you know that paraskevidekatriaphobia is the fear of Friday the 13th? Well, today let's view 13 as lucky!

13 Good Luck Symbols

-a four-leaf clover (Did you ever find one?)
-a lucky horseshoe
-a rabbit's foot
-a penny (See a penny, pick it up and all day long you will have good luck!)
-a wishbone
-a rainbow
-a ladybug
-a "shooting" star
-sapphires
-lucky bamboo
-the number 7
-three keys (Unlocks the door to health, wealth, and love.)
-fuzzy dice 

Which of these symbols do you consider to be lucky?

While on the blog hop you will find some golden freebies! Click here and grab your freebie. It will remain free for a short time!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Shamrock-n-RollRoll-a-Cube-Short-Writing-Tasks-Writing-Center-1757539

This activity is a fun way to review language skills like similes, multiple meaning words, dialogue with quotes, exaggeration, comparisons, and imagery with short writing tasks. A little bit of prep work in creating the cubes is required, but then let the creative juices flow!! Students can complete the tasks in small groups, as independent work at a writing center, or as a whole class activity where students share their ideas!

Thanks for stopping by Pam's Place. Don't forget to grab your golden freebie: Shamrock 'n' Roll. It will remain free for a short time! Now hop on over to Teacher Ms. H: Third is the Word by clicking the button below and see what golden freebie you can grab there!

Teacher Ms. H

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11 comments :

  1. This looks fantastic! Can't wait to use it next week. Thanks for linking up!
    Layla

    Fancy Free in Fourth

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    1. Glad to hear! Thanks for stopping by Pam's Place!!

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  2. This will be such a fun entry task for my kiddos next week! And...I haven't thought about fuzzy dice in ages!!! Used to hang from so many riew-view mirrors in cars when I was young. Wow! LOL

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  3. What a great way to use this task...as an entry task! Thanks for sharing the idea. You just cannot forget those fuzzy dice :)! Memories... Thanks for stopping by Pam's Place!

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  4. So cute & great review! My kids will love the cubes! Thanks! And now I learned a new word: paraskevidekatriaphobia!!

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    1. Thank you for your sweet feedback! Hope your students enjoy the activity!!

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  5. This looks GREAT! Thanks you for sharing!
    FlapJack

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    1. You are welcome! So glad you stopped by Pam's Place ;)!

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  6. Thank you for the AWESOME freebie! I can't wait to try it out. I am also your newest follower!

    Tina
    Crofts' Classroom

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  7. So happy to hear! Hope your students 'rock creativity when completing the tasks. Thanks for becoming a follower!

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  8. SWEET!!! Girl, I loved looking through your store! Let's do a product swap sometime and blog about it... you have some amazing math products!
    Susan
    LopezLandLearners

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