Have I mentioned before how much I am L.O.V.I.N.G. my Spring Break?
Relaxing and hanging out in my PJs all day has inspired me to create these little superheroes:
These guys will help teach my students about adding “-er” and “-est” to the end of words.
The actual superheroes are “-er” because they are supER.
The first grade superheroes are “-est” because they are the bEST superheroes in the whole world!
(Even better than real, powerful superheroes!)
I am working on a whole entire unit of fun to go along with these character posters!
It isn’t finished yet, but the unit will include (and isn’t limited to):
*Both Character Posters (-er and -est)
*Games, Games and MORE Games
This may be my funnest (ha… I won’t teach that word to my students…) unit yet!
I am so excited to teach it to my students, because I know they are going to love it!
Hopefully I can talk my husband into dressing up as a SUPERHERO…
I am so overwhelmed by how wonderful you all are!
I am so happy you like my units (and I hope your students do, too)!
As a thank you, I want to give this unit away to a lucky reader!
To Enter This Giveaway:
To Enter: Become a follower (or already be one) and leave me a comment to let me know.
Bonus Entry #1: Follow my TpT Store and leave another comment to let me know.
Bonus Entry #2: Tell me in another comment what makes your students supER!
*Make sure each entry is a separate comment!*
I will announce the winner when I finally finish this unit…
(Tuesday, Wednesday… maybe Friday!)