To be perfectly honest, I'm not sure how much my students and I are going to accomplish on 12-12-12 because the ideas are endless. It's the perfect time to read The Baker's Dozen, collect/sort items in groups of 12's (egg cartons, anyone?), and find 12 nouns, verbs, and adjectives in our reading books. We will also do a cheer at 12:00 before we go out for lunch. Anyone have a clever idea for that one?
Here are a couple of posts I found tonight from fellow bloggers. If you didn't realize that tomorrow is a special day until now (I completely understand), check out the blogs below for some ideas:
The ideas are great and very easy to implement if you are in a hurry to prep them. Have fun!
I also am posting my new Gingerbread Contraction product. It's a mini unit (15 pages) that won't use up all of your ink, but it has instructions and materials to do three different activities using one set of contraction cards. There is an extra practice worksheet in there as well. I love the graphics I bought for the product and am using them for other projects in my classroom. Click on the image below to see it at my store.