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BLASTING OFF WITH THE TpT BACK-TO-SCHOOL SALE!


 
Happy Weekend Friends!

Last year at this time I had just discovered educational blogs and Teachers Pay Teachers.  I know....I came VERY late to the party!
I am like the tortoise not the hare, the duckling not the swan, the Charlie Brown without the Peanuts gang.....
But.....I am learning and growing slowly 
as both a teacher-author and resource creator, and am happy to participate in my first TpT Back-To-School Sale!
  



I had grand plans to stock my store with new products this summer, but travel, family time, and other commitments prevented me from accomplishing them.  My product selection continues to be small and focused mostly on language arts activities.  Most of the units include "Literature Link" and "Musical Moments" pages that will help you integrate both "stories and songs" into your instruction. Some even have movement activity and art project suggestions!  All of them have been used successfully in my own classroom, and can be adapted for grades 1-3. 

I've featured some of my favorites here for your perusal.  
You can see more in-depth previews for each one in my store 
{HERE}.     

To those who have already purchased some of these units, know that I am very grateful and thank you for your kind feedback!  I hope you will use your earned credits to buy the other materials you need to make your
lessons the best yet! 























Be sure to hop over to my friend Jennie's blog 

JD's ROCKIN' READERS


to check out the list of other sellers who have linked up and are also
hosting a TpT Gift Certificate giveaway in honor of the BTS Sale!
Before you do that though, complete the Rafflecopter below
to win a $25 TpT gift certificate from me!  

I will announce the winner
here and on my FB page early 
Monday morning, August 4th,
 so be sure to leave your e-mail with your comment below so 
that I can notify you!
 
Until then, keep smiling, hold a song in your heart, continue to share your story, and teach your children well!


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  1. Thanks so much for the giveaway! Any product with literature would be great for me to use in my music classroom. Vlb0324@gmail.com

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    1. Thanks for commenting, Ginny! I am working on another dog-themed product and hope to develop some companion activities for the Pete the Cat series that would be perfect for primary music lessons! Now if only I had 48 hours in each day!
      ~Jennifer

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  2. I would love to see your brilliant ideas in the math realm of things down the road!

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    1. I have some ideas for some Math graphing and probability units that I hope to create this fall, Jen! Thanks for you kind input!

      ~Jennifer

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  3. Thanks for the heads-up on FB! I have your Social Skills posters laminated and ready to hang when I return for pre-planning on Tuesday. (ack!) I teach 3rd to 5th ESE language delay students who are several years behind in their writing skills so I use illustrated word walls. They are mature enough to want to spell correctly and realize that when they use invented spelling for 90% of their content, well, even they are unable to read their own writing. I use 8.5 X 11 pages with 15 boxes, each with an illustration and word on a specific topic. Since you have several Wild West items perhaps you could create a word packet containing words like: sheriff, spur, boots, lariat, cowboy, herd, etc. Thanks for listening! Mary

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    1. maryglascocklarsen@outlook.com :)

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    2. I actually started a "Happy Trails" writing pack complete with the vocabulary cards you requested Mary and just haven't had time to finish it! I will take your requests into consideration now and once the mad back-to-school rush is over for me, I will get back to work on it!

      I am so glad you like the social skills posters! I hope your year gets off to a great start!

      ~Jennifer

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  4. Anything related to math or science would be great! : )

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    1. I am hoping to come up with some non-fiction writing activities that are related to Science this year, Katie, and have some Math review games and probability units in the works! Stay tuned!
      ~Jennifer

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  5. I would love to see anything related to math and science! These are two areas I struggle in putting music into!

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  6. Oooooh, yes, Pete the Cat!! That would be awesome!

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    1. I've got some "school shoes" clip art that would be perfect for a Pete the Cat writing activity! I will try to get working on something for you! I have 17 more days until school starts though and my room needs lots of TLC!

      ~Jennifer

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  8. I've long loved your freebies, and would definitely add your rhyming activities to my files if I were to win! I'd personally love to see more word work activities - always looking for something new and engaging! kaseyhutson@gmail.com

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    1. Would you like to see more vocabulary building activities (synonyms, antonyms), parts of speech, or spelling pattern word work activities, Kasey? I will focus on your specific requests so just let me know!

      ~Jennifer

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  9. How about an interactive math notebook? Interactive notebooks are my latest obsession!

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    1. My friend Angie over at Mrs. Olson's Lucky Little Learners has a whole line of interactive Math notebooks that just can't be beat! I own every single one and can't wait to use them this year with my second graders!

      ~Jennifer

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  10. Anything with literature would be awesome.

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    1. I've got some dragon-themed book companion units in the works with fun interactive notebook activities! I hope to have them ready to upload by the end of September!

      ~Jennifer

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  11. I would love to see more dog decor and anything kinder related!

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    1. I had every intention of getting a dog-themed set done by fall, but time was not on my side! I have lots of clip art just waiting to be used though! I will do my best to get some things made!

      ~Jennifer

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  12. Polka dots for decor. Or Chalkboard backgrounds... :)

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    1. I love both polka dots and chalkboard backgrounds, and will try to come up with some sets as I find the time! Thanks so much for adding your ideas to my ever-growing list of ideas!
      ~Jennifer

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