Countdown to the New Year: Time for NEW activities giveaway… 5 to go!

It’s been a while since you’ve heard from me!  So sorry about that…. December has been full of sickness here!  First an upper respiratory issue and then… UGH… the flu.  Thankfully, after a 5 days of the flu winning, I turned back into a human on Christmas Eve! Perfect timing!

Anyway, enough about why I’ve been MIA.  2014 is RIGHT around the corner.  I don’t know about you, but to me I feel like 2013 just got here!  Where did this year go?  We had some amazing adventures here in our household and we hope that 2014 hold even more!  

To celebrate the new year, my dear friends Meg and Jennifer are joining me to have  a Countdown to 2014!  Each of us is having our own 5-day giveaway and we’ll each have a winner!  That’s 3 different ways for you to win! 

In addition to having a chance to win a $25 gift certificate from me, I’m also having 5 days of deals!

Today is day #1 so…I have 5 items in my TpT Store on sale for 10% off TODAY ONLY until 10pm EST!!  Four of these items are my BEST SELLERS and one of them is the current seasonally themed RELAY template!  You can check out the 5 items I have on sale below! You can click on each picture to go straight to the product, or use the QR code in the bottom left corner.

Don’t forget to stop by Meg and Jennifer’s blog to join in on their giveaway too!!

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  1. My educational New Year’s Resolution would have to be attending more professional development opportunities so when my license is up for renewal again I won’t have to be rushing to gather my points.

  2. I teach Kindergarten and for the next 2 months I will be teaching graphing (picto and bar graphs), tally marks, ordinal numbers and measurement (non-standard and with tools). It sounds like a lot because they try to cram as much in each nine weeks.

  3. Since I teach kindergarten I love to use math journal prompts in my classroom. It gets my students a chance to show their understanding of math concepts in their own way. I would love more graphing math journal prompts though.

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