Thursday, July 26, 2012

Are your kids Ring Masters? {Giveaway!}

I'm so excited to share my latest project with you!  We all have different ways of tackling the mastery of those most commonly used words, right?  I've used the "word cards on a ring" method for a while but this year I wanted to spice it up a little to make it more appealing to my kiddos.  So here's my spin on a sight word mastery program that can be used throughout the year and differentiates learning for your students!

pictured: storage envelope, ring of words, completion certificate
I give you....Ring Masters!! Don't you just love these Circus-themed Dr. Seuss graphics? :)
Set up is easy!  All you need to do is glue the cover/title page on to a clasp envelope and stuff the first set of ring words, the parent letter, and a few "tickets" inside.  Once the words are mastered, the child can move on to the next set of words. Most all of the pages come in color and black and white.  The actual word cards are in black and white so that you can print them on colored paper to make it easier to distinguish between the sets.  Many pages have a full-size and a half-size version available.

The Level 1 program covers color words, number words, and all words from the Pre-Primer and Primer Dolch lists. There are 10 sets of cards (120 words total).  The Level 2 program covers all words from the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade Dolch word lists.  There are 11 sets of words in this pack (128 words total).
Both Level 1 and Level 2 include:
-information pages on setting the program up in your classroom
-parent letter
-class and individual assessment checklists
-colored title pages for storage envelopes and rings
-"tickets" to let you know when a parent feels their child is ready to be assessed on their current ring of words (full and half size versions)
-"Performance Act" reports for feedback- mastery and non-mastery (full and half size versions)
-certificate of completion (b/w and color version)
-flags to create a "Ring Master" banner for display purposes
-10/11 sets of word cards
-blank cards to add any words you would like to use that are not already included

Here are a few more pics from the packs:

I realize that all of us have those kids each year that are way above or way below...so I created a combo pack of Level 1 and Level 2 that you can get for $2.00 cheaper that it would cost to buy the packs separately.  :)

I'm giving away 3 copies of the combo pack!  Check out the rafflecopter below to enter.  This giveaway will be open until midnight on Sunday 7/29/12.  I'll randomly choose 3 winners and announce them on Monday.  I can't wait to hear what you think!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

22 comments:

  1. This looks great!! I love it!! Fingers crossed! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. That 'combo pack' is an excellent idea! Though, sadly, I always seem to have more that are 'way below' than 'way above'...
    ✿ Judy
    teaching with J

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  3. This looks awesome!

    Widad
    wkinard@att.net

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  4. This is a great give away, I love the graphics.

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  5. What a great give away. I love your blog! I've awarded you the Versatile Blogger award. Please stop by my blog and pick it up:)
    ~Carole
    kindercarole

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  6. looks like a fun way to learn sight words!

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  7. looks like a fun way to learn sight words!

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  9. I adore sight word activities. I've found them to be the fun and entertaining way to increase student success. Those who are strong in sight words tend to be my strongest readers over the long-haul. I've loved so many of your ideas and products. I'd love to add this one to my classroom too!

    Catherine my2littleduckies@gmail.com

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  10. wow, love it!!!
    lstoffan@yahoo.com

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  11. I will be Homeschooling my granddaughters starting in August. This activity would be a great asset to my lesson plans.

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  12. Looks like a fun thing to add to Daily Five!
    marymcgough63@comcast.net

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  13. I can't wait to print these out for my environmental print lessons! thanks for sharing!!

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  14. Love it! Switching to kindergarten this year, can't wait to use your things!
    Thanks for sharing your ideas!
    Joan

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  15. Not sure if my pin went through Rafflecopter, but here it is: www.pinterest.com/pin/145944844145335043/

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  16. wow could really use this for this year. ...thanks for sharing!

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  17. This looks really cool!

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  18. Great give away! Would love to win!

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  19. This is a great set! I love your blog and all your creations. I just realized that you are in Memphis - only 2 hours from me in Southeast Missouri. :) WOW - who knew? Thanks for the awesome giveaway. I've got my fingers crossed!

    Amy

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  20. Thanks for sharing all of your creative ways to teach
    Janet

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