Junk Food with a Side of Multiple Choice Pages

You know how toddlers go through phases where they only eat certain foods?  I think I am going through that phase.  I have managed to stay at home the majority of the week and play Candy Crush, watch Netflix, and nap create, so I really haven't eaten out at all.  I have lived on a diet that consists of Coke, Frosted Flakes, and popcorn for most of the week.  I'm not sure why, but I'm perfectly content with that.  To top it off, breakfast may be popcorn.  Actually, let's be honest.  By the time I get up and moving, it's really lunchtime.  Regardless, I'm switching all of my meals around.  Isn't that the best part of Spring Break?

Alright, next topic - I know I posted at midnight, but I just couldn't pass up blogging again.  I have been dying to share this packet with you since I finished it last night.

My Spring Printables packet has been a huge hit, but as most of us know if you have to give a state test, you have to work on bubbling.  I know in my county we don't give the state test to first and second anymore, but we still do benchmarks to check growth.  I wanted something that I could do with my kiddos next week that would prepare them for benchmarks while still reviewing what they needed to learn.  Since I chunked a lot of my older CRCT practice packets that were out of date, I created a new set of printables called Spring Printables 2:  Multiple Choice Practice.  

This packet covers many of the same standards that were covered in the first packet, but all of the problems are new.   Not only are all the problems new, but they are ALL multiple choice and set up similar to state tests, so you can use them to practice bubbling or you can use them as homework, morning work, or assessments.  If I couldn't fit many problems on a page, I made multiple pages so you can practice a little more.  I also put extra pages for skills I know my students need to practice.  

Anyway, as always there are some freebies involved.  The three pages above this paragraph are free in the Preview section of the packet.  If you want them, click on one of the sheets, go to my TPT and click on the Preview button.   I've also included pictures of many of the other pages I have below.  If you click on any of the pictures, it will take you straight to this product on TPT.

Hope you have a great Saturday!  I'm off to (drum roll please) clean one room and to create another packet that I've had in my back pocket for a few weeks.  Be sure to check back tomorrow and Monday.  I learned how to "Schedule" my blogs last night, so hopefully that will help with my consistency :)


  1. This is great! We just found out our district is giving a "mock" CRCT to first graders, so this will be great for review. I've added it to my Wishlist & can't wait to buy. Thanks! :)

    First Grade Fairytales

  2. You always seem to know just what I need, but don't have the time (or want to) to make. Thanks!
    First Grade @ Storybook Cafe