|Kudos to the awesome Ashley Hughes for this super cute graphic!|
Just in case you hadn’t noticed, TpT is extended it’s Cyber Monday sale into Tuesday! LOVE!! I’ve already been shopping and as soon as I wrap up this post, I’m going back to get the rest of my wishlist!
I wanted to make sure you knew about a couple of things I’ve listed recently in my store (including a freebie!).
|Bookworm Grammar Bundle|
I recently packaged the following items together at a discounted price:
- Getting Creative with Common and Proper Nouns
- Is It Singular or Plural?
- Adjective Antics
- Verbs, Verbs, Verbs!
All together, the bundle is worth $18 but I’ve priced the pack at $15. With your Cyber Monday code (CMT12) and a 20% discount from me you can get it for closer to $13!
Note: If you already own these units, there’s no need to purchase this pack. It’s just a bundle of the 4 packs for a lower price.
I also posted my *first* Writer’s Workshop unit:
|Perfect for 2nd, 3rd or 4th grade!|
I’m really excited about this. My kids love, love, love explanatory writing.
I try to make sure that when it pops up in our curriculum map we do something hands-on that we can write about. I’ve posted before about using Ginger Snaps unit on How to Make a Coke Float and borrowing ideas from The Teacher Wife to write about How to Blow a Bubble.
When I thought about how to work in explanatory writing during the winter months, writing about how to make hot chocolate just seemed like a great idea!
Here’s what you’ll get:
This craft-ivity is included in this packet, but I’m also offering it for free in my store.
I have to make a confession about this freebie. My sweet friend Mandy is the brains behind it’s cuteness. She’s promised to “learn me” how to do it, but for now I have to give her all the credit. 🙂
I hope you’ve all enjoyed Cyber Monday – and Tuesday! It’s been a bright spot of fun in the craziness of coming back to work. I missed my kiddos, but they really missed our routines. 🙂
What are some of your favorite finds from Cyber Monday? I’m still shopping – I’d love to hear about them!