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New First Grade Fiesta Preview!

Are you ready for Fiesta?!?
Fiesta in Texas is a festive time each May that celebrates the many cultures of the area. The decorations and costumes focus on spring and the numerous different groups that make up Texas. There is music, food, and dancing. Women often wear colorful Mexican/Oaxacan-styled dresses with original designs and crowns made of paper flowers.  Fiesta hats and sombreros are also seen by many participants. There are street parties, loud music, food, and drinks! It is a fun time that Texans look forward to every year.

I am SO SO excited to share this awesome NEW Fiesta end-of-year resource with you this weekend!!

It's time for a fiesta!  Your kids will LOVE this fiesta-themed set of activities!  Today, I'm sharing the Measurement and Data strand with you, but in the next week I will be adding more Fiesta products that cover EVERY SINGLE first grade standard!!  All four measurement and data standards are covered in this fun-filled resource!   That means you get activities on measuring length, comparing length, telling time, AND data!

Included in this Fiesta End-of-Year Review, you'll find colorful re-teaching pages and lots of activities that are great for guided OR independent practice, morning work, or centers.

You guys know that I love to make sure to give you lots of options, so this resource has a black-and-white printable version AND an interactive version in Google Slides™! Use the version that works best for your kiddos. 
Woohoo! 🎉🥳

Like I said, this super fun resource is GROWING! Be on the lookout for Fiesta activities that cover ALL FIRST GRADE STANDARDS in the next week! If you want to be the first to know, head over to my TpT store and follow me - that way you will get an email when those new products get added to my store!

I don't know if you can tell, but I'm super pumped to use this resource! 😍I would love to hear what your kids think! Send me some pics of your students using this, and tell me how it went in your classroom.  Have a wonderful week, friend!

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