Pocket Charts GALORE!

I just LOVE using pocket charts in my classroom!  In fact, pocket charts are a favourite centre (yes, I am Canadian, so it is spelled centre!!!) with the students.  I use them for both literacy and math centre time.  So I *finally* created some cards for the math centre.  Take a peek at all that you can do with them:

You can find the complete set on my Teachers Pay Teachers page.  I am working on some more Pocket Chart Card Sets (I just love them!) for literacy.

Here is a free download for you to try and tell me what you think.

Okay....I need some help.  As you know, I am just getting started on Teachers Pay Teachers but the one thing that I don't have is any votes!  Ahhhh!  How can I get some *positive* feedback on my items (the free ones of course would be great!!!) so that I can build my reputation on the site?  Any suggestions would be great!  I am trying to get my name out there but it is a little hard when you first start.  Thanks fellow teachers, I appreciate your help!  Happy teaching!


Back to reality...

Well, it's been over a week since I have been back from sunny Aruba (boy, do I miss the heat!).  The weather here has been terrible!!!!  Rain, rain and more rain.  I finally ventured out this morning with the kids (and, of course, my umbrella) to run some errands and luckily it didn't rain (yet!).  To be honest, I have been a bit of a slacker in preping for back to work.  I was so busy packing for the trip and washing clothes now that we are back that I don't have time to do anything else!  I think I'll give myself a couple of weeks before I go back to my school and find out where my classroom will be for September.  That should put me in the swing of things!