May 27, 2016 No comments
This week I invite you to link-up your very best or most favorite FREE product. The product can be from your Teachers Pay Teachers store or exclusive to your blog. Doesn't matter! Please make sure you link-up one, and only one product, however. This time, we are downloading, leaving feedback and voting on each other's products! You will come back June 1-3 to cast your vote for your favorite product(s). Here is the best part, not only will we get downloads, feedback and possibly new followers but the winner (the product with the most votes at the end of this linky party) will be featured on one of next month's Weekly Linkies! Not only will the winning product and author receive top billing, they will also receive a button for their blog shown here to the left! You'll want to sign up for my email updates so you'll know if you are the winner! An email will go out on June 4th with the announcement. This is the only way to find out if you have won (I don't want to hog up the question area of your TPT stores or use them for any other reason than they were intended) so please, CLICK HERE and enter your email address to subscribe! The winner will also be announced on this website in another post.
This link-up offers a ton of opportunities to get more traffic to our stores and blogs as well as helping us gain more feedback and possible followers. To ensure we are getting the most out of this link-up and to keep things fair, please review the rules of our linky parties here.
May 20, 2016 No comments
May 19, 2016 No comments
Personal and thoughtful gifts are are so much better than commercialized items, don't you think? I am completely in love with my new tote bag I was surprised with today - created by some totally awesome first graders!
I'd love to read about what meaningful gifts your students have given you this year! Share them in the comments!
Here's a fun freebie that is perfect to encourage reading this summer! As your kids read through a book, have them look for the (Dolch) sight words on their scavenger hunt worksheet! If they find the word they can color in the box. This free download comes with all 5 leveled worksheets ranging from pre-k to 3rd grade!
May 13, 2016
Summer vacation is right around the corner. Time for some fun in the sun! While your kids are on summer break, keep them busy with these fun and educational activities to prevent summer boredom! Activities are suitable for kindergarten through second grade.
- Slice a pool noodle into different shapes and use toothpicks to make a pool noodle structure!
- Make your own bubble solution and experiment with different types of wands
- Read, The Paper Crane by Molly Bang and learn how to make an origami crane at