Get ready to meet 10 fabulous Teacher-Authors who have recently reached significant milestones. This group is featuring products for the younger grades — you’ll discover interactive notebooks, nursery rhymes, holiday fun, and more. Find someone new to follow in this fun batch, and don’t forget to read Part 1 to explore additional amazing resources.

10 Fabulous February Milestone Achievers

1. Spectacular in Spain — it’s Lita Lita

Try herScience Fold & Learn SUPER BUNDLE

Her tip: “This is a big, growing bundle where I will include all of my K-2 science foldables. Perfect for interactive notebooks, take-home projects, or bulletin boards. In English and Spanish.”


2. It’s Michele Henson from Sylvania, Ohio — 1st Grade Hip Hip Hooray

Try herThe Night Before St. Patrick’s Day…Craft and Activities!!

Her tip: “I feel so ‘lucky’ to be a part of TpT. I hope this resource will bring you a little ‘luck’ in the classroom, while enhancing your curriculum through literature.”


3. Say hello to Sheree Peterson from Lehi, Utah

Try herConjunctions For First Grade

Her tip: “All my packets are classroom tried and tested. Before I upload a new packet to my shop, I always use it in the classroom first. My students are very helpful in giving me suggestions to make the activities better. My conjunction packet is a fun way to get students engaged and learning. There is an anchor chart, practice sheets, scrambled sentences, a sort, and 2 fun clothespin activities. They can be used in a whole class, small groups, or in centers. It concentrates on the frequently occurring conjunctions: and, because, so, but, or, if.”


4. Big cheers for Kathy and Susan from Texas — The Fun Factory

Try theirNursery Rhymes Complete-Lesson Plans, Centers, Worksheets

Their tip: “We know that singing helps children learn faster and retain information longer. Singing nursery rhymes helps children with important pre-reading skills. We hope you have fun singing with your children!”


5. Way to go, Mercedes Hutchens from Napa, California

Try herSubtraction to 20 Games, Timed Tests, Flash Cards and More

Her tip: “Learning all the subtraction facts within 20 can be daunting. Focusing on a few facts at a time can help students feel successful. With a clear goal and a little help, everyone can succeed.”


6. Awesome work, Ashley — she runs That’s So Second Grade

Try her2nd Grade Daily Word Problem Book & Cards 2.OA.1 {SET 1}

Her tip: “Help your 1st and 2nd graders learn to solve different types of addition and subtraction word problems with this fun and engaging daily word problem practice pack!”


7. Kudos to Elizabeth Konecni from New Orleans, LA

Try herMath Interactive Notebook made for First Grade

Her tip: “Notebooking with firsties is meaningful for all learners. In this interactive math notebook, students will build their own notebooks and revisit skills over and over again to build fluency and learn for mastery. It’s a great way to showcase all the learning done in math throughout the year. Students can work with concepts in the classroom and at home. I’ve enjoyed watching my firsties build their own interactive notebooks and revisit them over and over again.”


8. Lauren from Southern California is A Teachable Teacher

Try herMagic E

Her tip: “CVCe words can be so tricky for young learners. I love using ‘Magic E’ to teach and practice CVCe words in my classroom. The resources in this unit provide concrete visuals and learning activities your students are sure to remember. They will be applying the phonics skill and reading CVCe words in no time!”


9. Meet Mandy Myers from Ontario, Canada — A Special Kind of Class

Try herBuild a Penguin Interactive Easy Readers

Her tip: “My interactive books offer several options for differentiating the same simple story. Repetitive readings with the different options keep the story interesting. Using Velcro helps keep the pieces in place and leads to success for all children, even those with complex needs.”


10. Just excellent, Elle Thomas — she’s Elementary Elle

Try herPlace Value Activity Pack – Includes Skip-Counting & Comparing Numbers

Her tip: “This place value activity pack is full of engaging, hands-on activities your students are sure to enjoy. It covers a range of skills including base-ten practice, skip-counting, and comparing numbers. Each activity in this pack is aligned to K-3 Common Core Standards. Choose from a number of activity types including an original place value story for reading aloud, a craft project for the kiddos, differentiated games, and more. Stop by my TpT store and check it out!”


There’s lots of high quality resources and energy displayed here by some outstanding Teacher-Authors. We hope that these resources will enhance your teaching, classroom, and professional experiences. Don’t forget to head over to part 1, too!

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