So What Does This Mean For Me?
Today I am joining together with 10 wonderful bloggers in a special link up to celebrate all our blessings–and to show our gratitude to YOU by offering some special gifts to make your lives easier at this busy time of year. We have a couple of fun things planned for you.
PART 1: FREE RESOURCES
First of all, each one of us is offering up a gift for you–we are taking one or two of our products and making them FREE for you, our loyal readers! If you are already a newsletter subscriber of mine, you will automatically get these resources. If you are new to my newsletter, just CLICK HERE to sign up and be ready for your freebies! Check later in this post for more details about the two free resources I’ll send your way!
This offer is only good during this celebration, so don’t wait too long!
PART 2: A Giveaway? Yes, Please!
In addition to the great resources we’re giving away, each blogger is also hosting a raffle for a $25 TpT certificate! That gives you a ton of chances to win, so be sure you don’t miss any of the blog hop stops! $250 worth of TpT gift cards are out there waiting for you!
There are three ways to enter to win my gift card–the more you do, the more chances you have to win! If you want to join my newsletter and get freebies and other offers, just click the image below to take you to the sign up form. That’s the first way to enter–and it’s worth triple the entries! Following my store or my IG account are the other ways–following my store will help you see what new items get added, and following me on Instagram will show you lots of teaching ideas, resources in action, and glimpses into my “real” life! By signing up, you get the following two full resources for FREE!
Just visit the Rafflecopter to enter to win MY gift card!
You wanted to see the freebies? Here goes!
My “Show, Not Tell” sentence writing task cards. You can check them out RIGHT HERE! Want more details?
Are you familiar with the term “Show Not Tell” to help students dig deeper into descriptive writing? Descriptive writing–especially narrative writing–can be tricky for students. I wanted a way to engage my students in how to really see how writers “show” the reader what is happening without “telling”–and WITHOUT using boring practice sheets. Also, I know that students need modeling and hints, so I wanted my task cards to help teachers help students!
I have included actual photos and teaching tips for you as well as all 24 task cards in color, black and white, and digital versions. Recording sheets and teaching examples are included as well.
So often teachers are asked to teach math standards—whether they be from the Common Core or other rigorous standards—and aren’t given enough help. This edition focuses on multistep word problems and estimation strategies (4.OA.A.3) and is geared toward solving a few problems for teachers! Solving one step and two step word problems is a critical math skill–and this resource can help–and you can get it for free! CLICK HERE to see more about this great resource!
Remember, just CLICK HERE to get both of these amazing resources for free!