Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Summer Bloggin' Two for Tuesday 50% off deal!

Howdy all! I'm chiming in really quickly to share a ridiculously good deal with you! I'm joining in with a bunch of other teachers for the Teaching Tribune's Two for Tuesday linky party!

So, for today only you can grab up two of my newest products for 50% off! That's a ridiculously good deal because I'm super proud of both of these products, and both of them are a STEAL at full price imho!

The first is my newest writing product, which is meant to be used with the book "The Day the Crayons Quit." It's a set of templates you can use to have your students write their own book, only this one is "The Day the School Supplies Quit." It actually includes two versions of the templates! There are 26 different school supplies, with two versions of each paper. The clip art was custom made by my brother, Peter! (Check out his TpT store!) The pack could be used by just about any grade level, because your writing expectations can be adjusted for every kiddo. Now's your chance to get this ready to go writing project for just $2.50

The second item I'm featuring is for my Math peeps out there! I love to teach using long term project based learning projects and simulations. As an avid gardener and farmer's market attendee myself, I just had to find a way to bring that into the classroom. I spent quite a while working on my gardening/small-scale farming simulation, How My Garden Grows. This project covers a TON of math skills in the 4th - 5th grade range. 

What's great about this product is that it can keep kids engaged in math for as long or as little time as you want. The difficulty is easily adjustable too. Want it to be a bit easier? Let the kids use a calculator for some parts, or walk them through some of the steps, etc. Have a kid that needs a real challenge? Let her work on it relatively independently! 

I used the project this past year in my class, and my students loved it! Several of them asked me for a blank copy so they could redo it over the summer...FOR FUN. What?! We used the project as an extension, so I still taught all of my regular math stuff, kids would work on when they were fast finishers, at home (by choice!), and then I'd set aside 10 minutes here and there to work on it with them. Grab it up here today for just three measly bucks!

And I haven't let my international friends out in the cold! I was asked to make a metric version, and that one is half off too

1 comment:

  1. Okay, I couldn't resist and tossed both in my TPT basket! I think both will make great projects for my fifth grade kiddos. I look forward to using them in the fall.


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