Does your Brain need a Boost?

My brain definitely needs a boost! We had a super long spring break and I think that makes it harder to get back into the swing of things!

I've been working on these for awhile and am in a large debate (with myself) about where to go with them. TPT, Teacher's Notebook, Giveaways, etc. I'm not putting any of my regular freebies on those sites - so don't worry bloggy friends. They will always be F.R.E.E.! These Brain Boosters are definitely more time consuming and more of a product in general though - hence my debate!

Brain Boosters are a daily review for Language Skills. Some questions are based off of our Kindergarten objectives. Some are based off of similar questions on NWEA tests. Some are just plain good to review in Kindergarten when our kinderbabies poor brains are on overload. ;)

I have monthly Brain Boosters packets and the skills get progressively harder throughout the year. I have a scope and sequence so that no skills repeat and objectives are scaffolded as they are introduced.


I'm offering a free copy to the first 10 people that comment! All I ask is that you send any feedback you have after reviewing the pack! If you use it in your class, I'd love to hear about that too!


Comments

  1. These look great! If it were me, I would put them on Tpt. More people use it.

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  2. Forgot to add my email - harrisonprint@yahoo.com

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  3. These are so great! I could totally use these in my room. adidasblonde @ aol dot com (trying to avoid the spambots :)

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  4. I would LOVE a copy! Thanks so much!

    Lori (luvyorkies@gmail.com)
    Teaching With Love and Laughter

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  5. I'd love to check it out! This looks fantastic.
    mgnreynolds@yahoo.com

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  6. I would love to have these! They look great!
    davedanielle@comcast.net

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  7. I would be so grateful to have a chance to use this! This looks great!
    dooney_bourke_girl@yahoo.com

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  8. Would love this! Thanks for all your hard work! Effertki@collierschools.com

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  9. Your blog is very helpful! Your new stuff looks amazing! Thanks for sharing all of your amazing ideas!

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  10. sorry...my email is eliza86636@aol.com. Thanks (I am comment number 9).

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  11. Woohoo I am your last commentor! I'm a brand-new blogger, and only a 2nd year teacher, and I'd LOVE the chance to use these! My email address is murray.megan24@gmail.com

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  12. Awwww...it looks like I'm too late:( These look great though. You could do a few for free to see if people like them, then post on TpT if there's a good response.
    megandw@yahoo.com

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  13. These are so awesome! You should most definitly post on TPT! You deserve compensation for all your hard work!!

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  14. They look interesting. I'm very interested. vhair61215@gmail.com

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  15. I know that I'm the 15th comment but wanted to make sure that you knew that I was interested in your Brain Booster packet. Can't wait to see it! jbjjb@forsytcable.com

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  16. I am the 16th person to comment, but I can't wait to see your packet!! I love all the stuff I have found already!!! Can't wait to use your math journal prompts next year!!!
    suzy_j23@hotmail.com

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  17. I will ditto what the last few comments said... I know I'm not one of the first 10 but I'd be ever so grateful and interested to look at your brain boosters!
    Thanks for your hard work!
    Jenny (grizjen@gmail.com)

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  18. Looks awesome...please share!

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