Winter First Grade Morning Work

Hey everyone, how’s it going?
I’ve missed you guys!!! 
With this crazy weird weather that we’ve been having, 
I found myself sick, down and out for the count!!
So, I had to pause to get myself well,
and I had to take a break!!!
As teachers, sometimes we think we’re superhuman,
but sometimes we just need a moment!!
Anywho, once I started to feel better,
I finally got to work on my 
Winter First Grade Morning Work pack, and I’m so happy to say that I finally finished it!!

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Tell me what skills you guys are working on in this 

second quarter and I’ll pick a few winners!!

Don’t forget to leave your email address!!

Congrats to Roxanne, Erin & Rachel!!!
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