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Saturday, April 27, 2013

Orange 'ya glad it's a Blog Hop?


I am so excited to be part of a Florida Bloggers blog hop!

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First, I have a fun product to show off today.

Break the Code is an exciting way for children to practice sentence writing, grammar, conventions, and answering questions properly. Students decode sentences and respond to them. They are all questions that need to be answered. Teaching children to include part of the question in their answer is always a challenge, and these fun sheets will give your students plenty of practice, all the while being as creative as they want. In addition to my Spring themed Break the Code, I also have an End of the Year version, and Fall and Winter versions. All versions come with an answer key.

Here is a completed Break the Code from my
 End of the Year pack.

For today's blog hop, I made an ocean themed Break the Code for you to enjoy.

Just click here to get your copy!

Thanks for stopping by! I hope you enjoy your gift!
If you do, please comment here or at my store. 
I love to read ALL comments!

Your next stop is Leslie, from First Grade Flip Flops. 
Just click on her button below to see what goodies she has for you!

First Grade and Flip Flops

If you'd like to start at the beginning of the hop, you can head over to Tamera's blog by clicking on the button below.


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10 comments:

  1. I am obsessed with your Break the Codes!! LOVE!!

    Caitlin
    Kindergarten Smiles

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  2. Your break the codes are just precious!! My students would love those for centers! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  3. I LOVE break the codes! How fun and cute, Lori!! Thanks for sharing!! :-)

    Leslie
    First Grade and Flip Flops

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  4. I love, love, love your break the codes. So much fun! Thanks for sharing!
    Melanie

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  5. My students love breaking the code type riddles! Thank you so much for sharing this and the fun blog hop!

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  6. Your break the code looks so much fun! I know my students will love it! Thanks so much!

    Carrie
    BuzzIntoKinder

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  7. I can't wait to introduce Breaking the Code to my students! I know they will LOVE it!

    :) Wendy

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  8. I am LOVING your break the code activities!! Thank you for sharing!!

    Daina
    Sticky Notes & Glitter: A First Grade Adventure!

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  9. Such a great activity for sentence writing and grammar practice:)Thanks for sharing.

    Tammy
    The Resourceful Apple

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Thank you for taking the time to comment. I love to read them!

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