Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Label It! Landforms, Habitats, and Seasons (Freebie and Giveaway)


I had a few sweet followers (who love my labeling packs) suggest that I create a pack which integrated science, specifically seasons & landforms with labeling.  I was sort of stumped as to how to tackle the idea, seasons being the hardest for me...but when I saw Ashley Hughes' School Supply Addict clipart for landforms and biomes, I knew it was worth a shot!  

I would say these are best for 1-3rd grade, but higher grades may like them for an independent station activity, and lower grades may choose to use them during a thematic unit in whole group.  In all, there are 60 mats, half color and half B&W. 
(I also included 11 B&W graphic organizers.)  The pack has a direction page for station use and a page for recording sentences using the vocabulary.

The pictures of the pack show the cover page,  a few examples of the mats, and a contents page for that particular section.

I added mats for the seasons using Little Red's seasonal tree clipart (In the pack there is also a combination labeling page):
Find the pack here:


If you click "download preview" at either link, you can get the freebie below!  

If you'd like to win a copy of this pack, leave a comment below and I will choose a winner in a couple of days!  

We have a winner!  Congrats Mr. First Grade!
(Don't forget to enter My Giveaway for $50 to MPM School Supplies!!)

50 comments:

  1. This looks fabulous!! Would love to use it with my kiddos next year!!

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  2. I just finished planning my habitat/landform unit for next year which I've never implemented before but am very excited about. These would be great to add to it! Awesome work, Jennifer!
    SynonymRolls&AntonymMoments

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  3. This looks great! We are departmentalizing next year. I'll be teaching math/science and this would be a great way to reinforce some reading skills in that math/science block!

    Teachin' First

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  4. I would love this for my students! It would be great for some of my third graders.

    Deb

    debinderry@gmail.com

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  5. Great addition when I teach Landforms!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  6. i would love to use these in our science journals!
    Ruthanne rarace81@gmail.com

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  7. These are great!
    -Megan

    First Grade Magic
    firstgrademagic@gmail.com

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  8. I would love this for my class. Last year it was hard to find engaging science material that was first grade friendly on landforms. It looks great! danella@cox.net

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  9. These would be wonderful for our science journals! ahenry4443ah@gmail.com

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  10. These are great!! I think they would be great for next year!!!

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  11. We have a landform unit, so this would be perfect! Hope to be the lucky one...

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

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  12. These look great! I am always trying to integrate science in with reading. My kids love to label.
    ashleyp77@yahoo.com

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  13. Hi Jennifer,
    Those are so super cute! Enjoy your summer, will you be back in a straight first next year? I am slotted for a 1/2 combo...it's my turn. :o/ But I'm looping a couple kids from my first this year so that will be super fun!!!
    xoxo
    Vicky
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

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  14. These look great! I'm thinking ahead to next year already.
    lisa_sardinha@hotmail.com

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  15. These are perfect! And the clip art is too adorable!

    The Polished Teacher

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  16. This looks great; I would love to win!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  17. I am always looking for new ways to engage students. These look great. I would love to win!

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  18. This looks great! I am currently collecting ideas and items for a landform unit. Thanks :)
    Storie
    Stories by Storie

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  19. I think this resource would be great for my students. I have one of your other label it products on my wishlist. This would help me decide if these are good for my students. I think with their disabilities they would be able to handle it.

    Thank you for the chance. Happy to follow you!

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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  20. This looks like a wonderful resource for my firsts! I don't have any of your label it products yet, but they look awesome!!

    Andrew
    Mr. First Grade

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  21. this is awesome. my kids really got into labeling this year. vhair61215@gmail.com

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  22. Awesome! We get into land forms too and this would be great!

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  23. Perfect addition to any land form unit. :-)

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  24. PERFECT!

    kaycee.mcconnell@gmail.com

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  25. Cute labeling worksheets! I would to include this in my science files! Love the Ashley's graphics.

    Andrea
    andreaho.teacher@gmail.com
    Cheers To School

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  26. I would love to win a copy!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  27. I think labeling is underrated in first grade. I love these and would love to win as well! Thanks for the freebie.

    First Grade Frame of Mind

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  28. Cant wait to download the freebie! Thanks for all the labeling actities and ideas.
    Kimchaiken@gmail.com

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  29. This would be a wonderful addition to my classroom. As I was reading your post I was already thinking how I could use it in my classroom.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Debbie
    Debbie81992@gmail.com

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  30. Wow- these look great! Carol cpolston3@yahoo.com

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  31. Love it!! I need to win this!!

    Conchy

    Conchy.Marcano@gmail.com

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  32. This packet looks awesome! Thanks for creating it.

    Michelle
    mmaskew40@gmail.com

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  33. This packet looks awesome! Thanks for creating it.

    Michelle
    mmaskew40@gmail.com

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  34. You are very creative! Thank you for investing the time to make resources and to share them!

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  35. I'm already thinking of how I could use these! Thanks for making them!!
    Shibahn

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  36. These look great, as usual!!! One bit of constructive advice - while I adore this font, what if you used one that highlighted the fact that seasons don't get capitalized? (So we can teach one more nugget with these lovely and helpful resources?) Or maybe they should be capitalized on a visual like this, as they would be if in a title? I'm not sure, please just take it as a helpful suggestion. :) Love your work and blog. :)

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    1. Thanks! I think there might have been some confusion about the capitalization on the cover page I showed. I fixed the preview so that you can see the actual season labeling pages that do not have anything capitalized (which I should have put on here to begin with) Hope it helps clear things up...thanks for the suggestions! ((hugs)) Jennifer

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  37. Wow this looks amazing! Would love to utilize this next year with my firsties!

    Bonnie
    antbonna_belle@yahoo.com

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  38. What a cute little pack!! Glad I across your post! Missheld2009@yahoo.com

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  39. This would be a great way to build science vocabulary for my special education class! Thanks for all that you do :D

    growingspecialseeds.blogspot.com
    d.desmond66@gmail.com

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  40. This labeling packet covers many of the concepts we teach in second grade. Would love to have this for next year! Thanks!

    rosemarykn at comcast.net

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  41. Looks great, would love to win for my class, thanks!

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  42. Your new pack look terrific! I haven't been around, have you said if you are coming back to first or not?
    Jenn
    Finally in First

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  43. This looks wonderful! Would love to win.
    Michelle mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  44. Found out that I was teaching science and I need some resources! Would love this!

    Crystal Shepherd
    lucytumnus@gmail.com
    Lamppost in a STEM classroom

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