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A Branching Unit–with a Makeover!

I’m so thankful for a summer vacation and the beautiful weather we have been having.  Usually it is so hot and humid this time of year, but the weather has been so mild and beautiful compared to recent years.    Yesterday was really my first day out that actually felt like a vacation.  I have been going to trainings and working on our district’s pacing guide.  With all of that said, I spent yesterday doing the finishing touches on a branching unit I had posted previously on TPT.  One of my summer goals is to improve some of the items, which I feel need a makeover that are posted in my store.  I am so much more proud of this unit now.  I included some of the fun branching templates that a co-teacher and I devised to make branching and our hallway more fun which weren’t there before!  I hope that those of you who have already downloaded this item enjoy using these materials even more now.  Last summer was the first summer I got REALLY serious about selling on TPT, and in this year I have learned so much–from fellow bloggers, from TPT, and from my customers.

I am also considering doing a whole new makeover for my blog…hopefully to be coming soon :)!

Below I have posted pictures of my new and improved branching unit which I used when teaching my third grade class several years ago.  The new part is the templates that we used to decorate our hallway with ‘branching trees’, more detailed teacher notes, student word problems, and I included some scaffolded practice for struggling students to group their tens and ones.  I have posted a sample of some of the student sheets that you can try out for free.  When you click below, the link will take you to my store where you can download the free preview.

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