Stop, Swap, & Roll

I am so excited to be a part of the Stop, Swap, and Roll linky hosted by Melissa at Jungle Learners. Thank you so much for all of your hard work in making this fun link happen. I am so happy to be a part of it for the very first time.
I have been paired up with K’s Classroom Kreations for this awesome product swap. Here are some fun facts about her. She's been a first grade teacher for 7 years and has a certification in elementary, special ed, and as a reading specialist. She has an obsession with children's books, organizing, and finding good deals. When she is not busy working on TPT or work, she loves to be crafty and make cards. She is a North Carolina teacher, originally from Rhode Island, and she loves the ocean and the color blue. 
I was lucky enough to be able to scour her Teachers Pay Teachers store for a product of choice. Since summer is almost here, I thought what better product to choose than one about oceans. If you are not following her on TpT, then you should go check her out now. Her store is great and she has great resources that you can start using in your store immediately.

Oceans of Learning is a 92 page document filled with literacy and math activities, centers, and ideas. You can do this unit either spread out over an ocean/beach themed week or have a special Ocean/beach day to celebrate the end of the year.


There are 8 writing pages that each have a different prompt for students to complete. This would be a great addition to your writing centers during your ocean themed extravaganza. The prompts are a perfect way for the students to use their imagination and come up with what will happen next.

This section has six different ocean animal options for students to complete a graphic organizer and report on their chosen animal. Research papers can be hard with the littles and this product will definitely help make your life a little bit easier.

Students can read fun facts about the ocean and decide whether or not the statement is a fact or an opinion.


This will be a fun activity that students will love! Students will grab a handful of goldfish (or cut out fish like shown in the picture) and count how many they grabbed. They will then get to use the activity mat to create an addition problem. Students can write their answers on the included recording sheet.

Students can practice ordering four numbers from least to greatest and greatest to least using cute numbered shells.

Students will decide whether or not the equation is correct and place it with the correct turtle. Like with most of her centers, there is a page for students to document their work which is a nice thing to have since you are unable to be next to every student as they complete their center.

In addition to the products that have been shown, there are some other great centers, worksheets, bulletin board ideas, an ocean themed snack, and more. 

Here is your chance to win this amazing product. The giveaway will continue until midnight on April 28, 2015. If you know that you cannot live without this product and you want to buy it no click {here}. This product will be 20% off the entire duration of the giveaway. 
Don’t forget to head over to K’s Classroom Kreations so you can see more about "My Science Journal or Notebook" she chose from my store and get a chance to WIN it. My product will be 20% of the entire duration of the giveaway also! 

You can see all bloggers participating in this swap by clicking {here} or looking below.


  1. This sounds like such a fab product- good pick! I love how comprehensive you post is- fingers crossed I win as we are looking at the Oceans from now until July! Xx

  2. What a great product for summer school! I love that it included fact or opinion!
    Thanks for sharing.

  3. I totally wish I taught kindergarten or first grade - this is adorable!

    My Rainy Day Creations

  4. I'm about as far from an ocean as you can get, but I'd still love this product! Looks fantastic!
    Not very fancy in 1st

  5. I have nominated you for a Liebster Award. Here is the blog link if you want to accept the nomination. Just make sure to link back to me so that I know that you accepted. :)

  6. How adorable is this pack!? It looks jam packed, I'll def be keeping my fingers crossed! Thank you for sharing such a fun post! (I love your blog name by the way. It brings a smile on my face every time I see it!)

    Jungle Learners