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Back to School Sale!!!

Hi Friends.

It's that time of year again....

You know, the busyness of shopping for classroom supplies, decorating your class, shopping some more, (and if you're like me) then returning what you bought because you bought too much, lesson planning for the first weeks, AND to top it all off.. still trying to manage and live your "normal" life outside of the classroom. Is there really an "outside your classroom"??? Doesn't feel like it right now.

I start work tomorrow. YES!! TOMORROW!!!! We have meetings and kids come on Wednesday. Although I am excited to meet my new bunch (I'm teaching a 1/2 combo this year), I am also VERY sad because it marks the end of my summer. Boooo!!!  One of the few good things to this time of the year are the many sales.

Thanks Hope King for this image!

Teachers Pay Teachers is having a huge Back to School sale!  This is what we've been waiting for people! You can save tons! My whole store will be 20% off PLUS, enter the Promo Code BTS14 to get an EXTRA 10% off!!! In the end, you will be saving 28% of your total purchases!!

I'm filling up my wish list tonight to get ready for the sale bright and early tomorrow morning! Make sure you leave feedback on your past purchases to earn credit towards any future ones. This is FREE money PEOPLE!! And really, who doesn't love free??!!!

Here are some of the things in my store that will be on sale:

My writing unit. This seriously has helped me create more colorful writers in my classroom!






My Memory Book. There are fun activities for students to do at the beginning of the year AND then at the end. They love to compare their likes/dislikes and how their writing and friends have changed. You will need this for the first week of school. Because it's a perfect independent activity for students, it frees you up to get those beginning of the year assessments done!









Editable Classroom Labels



My Open House Resource can be used for any projects, really. Click on the picture to see some previews.


My Reading Comprehension pack. You can click on the picture to see some previews.



All my Houghton Mifflin 2nd grade curriculum components that are common core aligned are on sale, too!









Gone Fishing game...also editable to turn any skill into a FUN and interactive game!






For those who are still on break (jealous!) or are planning on taking a road trip with little ones, I have some great road trip activities that are kid tested and approved! Our family took at 16 day road trip and these little packets kept my 3 kids busy and engaged. PLUS, they went two 8 hr days on the road without any media!!! Wooohoooo!!!




Here are some pages from the packet:








You can see more pictures of how my kids used it {here}.



Another one that can be used for road travel, too...













You can see more pictures of how I used and organized this unit {here}.


These are just some of the few things that are in my store!

Ok friends, I'm gonna fill up my TPT cart (shhhh!!! Don't tell the hubby!!! Hee hee!) so I better get at it! Hope that you do the same! :)

Blessings,

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