Saturday, October 12, 2013

Good things come in 3's ~ a sale, free ebooks & a giveaway!

TPT surprised everyone this weekend with a 10% off sale!  I've put my store on sale for 20% off so you can save 28% through the 14th.  Visit my TPT store to save!

I found a great website that features over 250 free e-books and they've just made everything tablet friendly.  I tried it out on the iPad and it worked great!  It is Oxford Owl by Oxford University Press.  This is a UK company so you may want to point out the differences between British & American English if you are in the US.  Some of the stories used mum (vs. mom). I'm really excited to introduce this site to my first graders!  It would be great for Daily 5 - listen to reading.

Last, but not least, I'm having a mini giveaway!  A few days ago I reached 2400 followers on pinterest.  I'm giving away $24 in products from my TPT store to 1 lucky winner.  They can choose the items they want.  To enter, simply follow me on pinterest, and come back here to leave a comment that you are following!  The comment should include your pinterest name &  email so I can contact you if you are the winner.  This giveaway ends on Sunday (10/13) at 8pm PST. Good luck!


  1. Thanks, Sonflowergurl! There are also a few entries on my facebook page (I think it is about 9). I will take all the entries and use a random number generator to find the winner. Good luck!

  2. Thanks for the link to Oxford Owl. I just checked it out and it's amazing! I will definitely be using it for Listen to Reading on our devices.

  3. I follow on pinterest! (andreamayumi)

  4. Following on Pinterest!

  5. I checked out Oxford it! I am a new follower on Pinterest (Michelle Jaquillard). Thanks for the chance to win your great products.

  6. I'm your newest follower! Congrats on achieving 2400 followers on Pinterest! What a great accomplishment! I'm following you as: Garden Full of Knowledge
    Thanks so much,

  7. I have been following you on Pinterest!

    Kelly Brown/kellybb31

  8. I'm a new follower! Thanks for the tip about Oxford books.

    Donna Williams



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