Greetings from a galaxy not so, so far away friends and fans!

To show our appreciation for your continued loyalty and support, my blogger buddies and I have slashed the prices of our Top 4 sellers or favorite products with a light saber just for today!  The following resources are all 50% off--A STEAL OF A DEAL-- just in time for you to use them during your last weeks of school!

I don't have lots of action photos, but I've included some of my favorite book picks, as well as some links to music and movement activities, that will engage and interest your students!

Teaching rhyme is way more fun when you spice it up
 with my westerned-themed Scoot game, and it only costs a
gosh-darned dollar today!

Your entire class will love roaming the room to read 
and write cowboy-themed words that rhyme on their
answer sheet! 

The full-color word cards can also be used as a partner 
"memory" game 
 during literacy center time.

My students got the biggest kick out of this rollicking tale of a cowboy with a cast iron stomach, and had a wonderful time listening for the rhymes and recalling the sequence of desert critters in the story!  
is sure to be a knee-slappin' crowd-pleaser in your classroom too!

If your group needs a "brain break" and wants a fun way to get their "cowboy groove" going, this Learning Station video of CHICKA BOOM CHICKA BOOM has a "call-and-respond" format where students chant in different voices and have to swing a pretend lasso "cowboy style!"

Be sure to stock your Writing Centers with my
 Zing Into Spring Journal Prompts

What Should I Write About Task Cards 
 Both sets are marked down to $1.50 today, and are sure to spark interest even though May flowers have hopefully replaced April showers in your hometown!  Both include fiction and non-fiction prompts, word banks, and printable story templates that are sure to engage even your most reluctant writer.  Angie over at Mrs. Olson' Little Learners posted a wonderful review of my spring unit
 last month!

How much is my WOOF! ROLL! WRITE! pack about my 
"doggies in the window" you ask?  
Only one doggone dollar today!  

Before I introduced these
dog-themed writing activities to my students, I brought in a bag full
of Brutus and Rose's belongings to share and get students
thinking about what kind of pet stories they could write.

I hope that you'll blast off and over to my TpT Store to load up your cart with these stellar learning resources!  Know that I truly appreciate your continued support and feedback as my product line grows slowly!  

Mark your calendar for Tuesday and Wednesday, May 6th & 7th, and stop back for more savings on my other resources!  TpT is hosting a sitewide sale for Teacher Appreciation Week, and my entire store will be 20% off!  Using the code below will apply another discount as well!  I am working on two new literacy units that I hope (fingers crossed and coffee poured) to have finished and uploaded in time!

Be sure to visit the rest of my teacher-blogger friends sales as well by following the link up hosted by the amazing Amanda over at The Primary Gal!

Until next time, continue to share your story, hold a song in your heart, and teach your children well!


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    1. Thanks, Jayne! I was feeling discouraged about my slow progress last month, but just continue to create what my own students like and need, and hope that others will find it helpful too!