This packet was created to use with "The Daily 5 Book" by Gail Boushey & Joan Moser. The theme used with these cards is zebra polka dots. This also aligns with the zebra polka dot CAFE cards.
Included in this packet are:
Full-sized Daily 5 cards to use with clothespins
Name tags to use with a pocket chart (For student choice)
Small Daily 5 cards to use with a pocket chart (For student choice)
Daily 5 anchor charts
Daily 5 desk tags (To use for labeling baskets of materials or to use as needed)
Blank cards (To fill in with your students)
This one is free. If there's a specific theme that you are wanting, please comment on my questions/answer section and I will work on creating it.
Some of my clipart is from www.scrappindoodles.com. License # 82845
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QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS:
I really like your frog theme cards. I am wondering if the strips with the writing of the different stratgies, if I could get a copy that is just blank, I like to write it with my kids so I just want blank ones. YOu have a couple blank ones, but I like the different clip art on the others, so I want some other options.
I'm not planning on creating any more cards :( Several weeks ago, the sisters requested that we no longer create any more materials that go with their books. We can leave the stuff on TPT that we've already created, but it has to have a disclaimer and I had to make all of it free.
I was hoping these were the black and white zebra cards like the title page has on it. When I downloaded they were red/white polka dot and red, skinny striped with dots. Is there a set with the black and white zebra stripes, too? I love your cards but REALLY want the zebra to match my classroom. Thanks!
I'm sorry if the title was misleading. I tried to use the same letters when I originally created this set, but they didn't show up well. This set was made to compliment the CAFE Cards that did use the zebra letters, so I left the name so that people needing both items would be able to locate them.
July 2, 2012
do you by chance have a hollywood theme for Daily 5? Love your work!