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Well, I'm back as promised to tell you about my birthday sale. (I can't believe it, 2 posts in less than one week...I'm on a roll!) I'll be turning 30-ish this week and wanted to celebrate by throwing a sale in my TPT shop!
From Monday, April 3rd - Thursday, April 6th, my entire store will be on sale for 20% off!!
I'm also having a giveaway for $20 store credit! If you are the winner, just e-mail me with a list of $20 worth of items from my store that you would like. The giveaway will last longer than my sale, so you will have plenty of time to get in those entries!!
I hope to keep updating my blog more often once summer comes. I have some big changes ahead that I'll write about later when I get free time again!
This week is Teacher Appreciation Week, but I'm sure you already know that ;) I would like to celebrate all of YOU by offering all my products on sale Monday-Thursday! I am offering 20% off every item in my store. Wondering about Friday? Read to the end to find out! Take advantage of the big sale by buying one of my bundles to prepare for the new year. I have a few literacy related bundles great for K-3.
My most popular bundle is my Journeys Kindergarten Yearlong Bundle. In this bundle you will find homework and classwork to go along with each week of Journeys. This is very helpful if you have students who need some extra practice.
My second most popular bundle is my Journeys 2nd Grade Yearlong Interactive Notebook Pages. I created and used these for 2 years with my students and it gave them something to take home and practice each week before the test. My favorite part is probably the phonics charts. They were really useful since I taught ELL students.
For a while I was seriously lacking inspiration on what theme to do next. I decided to look and see if I could find any free images that could be used for commercial purposes. I stumbled onto My Cute Graphics and found so many cute things! The clip art is available for personal use and for teachers who create things for Teacher's Pay Teachers.
I chose to use her monster images first since it's close to Halloween. I've made a few things for classroom decoration but I also have some ideas for center activities. I've got a lot on my plate at home so I haven't made too much but here are a few things
Monster Alphabet These can be used on a word wall, bulletin boards, or for center games.
No Homework Passes These are great incentives for good behavior and keep you from having to buy and store prizes.
Monster Job Chart Pieces These have common classroom jobs as well as some blank cards for you to personalize.
Monster Money This is cute if you have a classroom economy system