Happy Sunday! I know so many of you will be spending your day, your week, the rest of your month getting ready for school (while I also know that my east coast buddies are still enjoying their summer), so I hope that you remember to take a few minutes for yourself. I know how it gets when it is crunch time and the world begins to revolve around school.
Most of you know that my heart belongs to my sweet twin girls (and my husband, of course) so the “Double the Fun” theme of our giveaway is near and dear to my heart. My girls are NOT double trouble… they are double the fun, so I keep hoping that this giveaway is FUN for you and not trouble!
**Don’t forget to enter for the TWO $50 TpT Gift Cards, and keep coming back for more…there may be some new limited time freebie(s) coming soon. Just maybe!**
|My mini-me! That’s me juggling two bottles, task cards, and my iPhone.|
One more note before I get to the good stuff…I am BLOWN AWAY by your amazing ideas in the comments sections of the last 2 posts. Your ideas about Cause & Effect were all wonderful, and I’m hoping to put together a page of all the tips you offered up so that others can access it easily. Keep those great ideas coming!
Okay, okay, enough chitter chatter. It’s Day #3 of the giveaway! I posted about Elapsed Time back in October, and even though I know it’s a pain in the rear for most teachers to teach (because most students don’t get it right away), I never imagined how many people would view that post or re-pin those anchor charts! So, I found it fitting that I give away one of my best selling products and its companion, follow-up product, Elapsed Time Bundle and Elapsed Time Task Cards (I know I have said it about all of my products, but these sets are extensively differentiated). Even if this isn’t in your standards, I send it home with students for an “independent study” math project. They HAVE to understand elapsed time by the time they leave us in elementary school!
As always, don’t forget to stop by The Science Penguin to see what she is giving away. Have I mentioned that Ari makes me wish I still taught science? That’s saying a lot, because I used to dread it…
See you tomorrow!