Monday, February 23, 2015

Teachers Are Heroes Sale

I have been excited about the TpT sale since I got the e-mail saying there was going to be one! I of course had my fingers crossed that Speech Room News would have the What's in your cart linky!

First let me show you a few of my personal products I have created (click on the picture to go to the product!):


And here is a link to my entire store:

Now here are the things on my list to buy Wednesday during the big sale!

As always I must buy something from Teaching With a Mountain View:
Her math projects are AWESOME!! I love them and she has started creating ELA projects as well. I have already used her sequencing one and in the upcoming week we're using her inferencing one. All of her task cards are amazing, and I am sure that the Analyzing First and Secondhand Accounts and Multi-Part Math Problem task cards will be no different. I love all of her stuff!

There are other AWESOME sellers beside Teaching With a Mountain View, here are a couple I will be purchasing Wednesday as well:

I love these Tri-Folds and with us starting Fractions next week, the sale time is perfect! The best part is that there are 3 different tri-folds for each standard! She does also have a third grade set!

Finally some more poke cards! I love FlapJack's poke cards (and they have inspired me to make some of my own). I just finished my measurement unit, but these will be great for next year and end of year review!

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Tuesday, February 17, 2015


Well I am a slacker and have been ignoring this blog. So here is a hodge podge of what has been going on!

I received enough money for four tablets and cases at the beginning of February, within 3 days the cases arrived! However, DC is saying my tablets are not available and they are working on a replacement. So I am super excited the money came through, now if only the tablets would be here too!

I saw this division with post-its and decided to try it with my fourth graders because some of them just thought I was crazy when talking about long division. I have to say it did really help some of my kiddos! I am proud to say that all 21 of my kiddos can do long division (maybe not perfectly, but they can do it)!!

Then I got this for Valentine's Day from one of my kiddos I had last year:
I may have cried a little.

Finally, if you don't go to Michael's to buy stickers, you need to start. For 85 cents (if you use your teacher ID) you get a ton of adorable stickers.
Baby bees sleeping in flowers = too cute
Jungle animals = adorable ( minus the snakes)
Owls with glasses! = OMG

These are just the ones I got today, they always have seasonal ones and they are all adorable and awesome when grading papers!

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