What's On Your Wishlist?

It's here, it's here!

As we are all prepping our classrooms, going through professional development, or in survival beginning of the school year mode we have been anxiously waiting to here when our favorite and most wish-listed products will go on sale at TPT.

Well friends, I am happy to announce it is finally time!

In celebration of this momentous event, myself and a group of wonderful wonderful bloggers came together to create a fun linky to showcase our shopping carts and our favorite products.

If there's one thing we teachers love to do, it's shop for our classrooms, right?

Join us by linking up with 2 of the top wish-listed products in your store and 1 product on your wish-list you just have to purchase! *If you're not a blogger or TPTer, still feel free to comment with the item that you can't wait to get off your wish-list!

Use the graphics below if you'd like!

My #1 most wish listed item is the Differentiated Place Value Centers. I created these last year to supplement my place value unit. I had several students, all of whom where at different levels of understanding. What I thought might be a quick review, turned into a full blown unit and I was running out of supplies. Thus, this packet was born.

In it you will find:

6 games and activities to supplement your current lessons. You will not find lesson plans within this pack.

One of my newest products is also one of my most wishlisted. It's the Interactive Writing Goals. I have these printed, laminiated, and on my wall waiting to be used. Students will choose a goal for each writing piece and use a magnet or a cloth pin to indicate which goal they are working on. A student goal reflection sheet and bookmarks are included. The chart and be for all of the 6+1 traits (the bookmark shows all of the traits, another without presentation).  I cannot wait to get started with this visual!

My store will be 20% off August 17-August 20th! Don't forget TpT will add to that sale too if you use the following code:

One item on my wishlist...and let's be real. There are a lot more in that basket is the ready and waiting for the BIG sale, so it was hard to narrow it down!

However, the 4th grade ELA team is embracing mentor sentences; I think 5th may give it a whirl as well. Although I already have the first batch all ready to go, we want to be prepared for the rest of the year. My teammate and I will be purchasing Jivey's Mentor Sentence Pack. 

Jivey has laid out the program in an easy to follow way (with examples of sentences you can use too!) Everything you need is included. A great 10-15 minute start to the writing period!

1 comment

  1. Girrrrrl, thanks for the shout-out! You are the best. I really truly hope you will share with me how it goes in your classroom, because I'd love to know! :)
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