Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Teacher Treasure Hunter Magazine & Giveaway!

Have you checked out the new Teacher Treasure Hunter magazine? It's a free, quarterly magazine with teaching tips along with beauty and fashion finds. If you enjoy it, please keep scrolling down in this message and enter the giveaway! By entering your email address, you will be notified of the next issue and we will start to build the subscription list that we need to keep the magazine going. Plus, you could win some awesome markers & washi tape!
Subscribe to the Teacher Treasure Hunter newsletter to be added to the giveaway. We will email you when a new issue is published and for occasional special offer or important news. Your email and contact info. will not be sold or shared with other companies. Once you confirm your email address your subscription is complete and you will be entered into the giveaway. Deadline to enter is April 27, 2015.  The winner will be emailed by 4/29/15

*Because of shipping costs, this giveaway is only open to those who have a mailing address in the contiguous United States.

Here's a sneak peek of a few pages in the magazine:

                                               













Thursday, April 2, 2015

Exciting News! Educents Store Launch & $50 giveaway




Exciting news! Educents has added storefronts to their marketplace. They are known for being the go-to deal site for teachers. They feature teaching products and downloadable curriculum that is offered at a bargain price for a limited time. I always thought of them as a groupon type of site for teachers. Now, they've added stores. This means that Educents can be your go-to place to find any curriculum you need. So, if you are looking for something to help you with teaching adjectives to your 1st graders you don't need to wait for a special deal. You can go to the stores and search for your specific needs.

Here are 3 things that you really should do so you don't miss out any Educents deals!

1) Download my Watch the Clock freebie! This game will help your students practice telling time to the hour, half hour & quarter hour. Students take turns being the time keeper. They get to watch the clock and announce the time when the clock matches their printed clock. A tip that I've learned for this game is to not start "clock watching" until there are only a few minutes left. You don't want them to spend the whole time watching! Just set a timer for a few minutes before and give the chosen student a warning that it's time to start watching. The kids love playing this game and get so much authentic time-telling practice! The cards are very versatile. There are so many games and activities that you could do with these clocks. So, download the whole set today!

2) Follow my Educents store! Just click on the heart at the top of the store. I'll be featuring discounts and deals that you don't want to miss. If you like Teacher Treasure Hunter products or have been wanting to try them in your classroom, then this is a great way to find out about new products. I'll also be participating in some of the Educents deals which offer bundles at big discounts.

3) Enter the Educents giveaway! You could win $50 credit at Educents! Wouldn't that be a fun shopping spree? Good luck!
Educents Marketplace $50 in Edubucks Giveaway #10 - Kinder & First Grade Stores

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

April Calendar Days

April has its share of quirky National days - there's Name Yourself Day (what's that about?) and Lima Bean Respect Day. I love that it's not just Lima Bean day -- they had to add in that respect! Succotash, anyone?? :) National Animal Crackers Day would be fun to celebrate! Of course, I can't say (or type) those words without bursting into a little song of ---animal crackers in my soup, monkeys and rabbits loop the loop...

There are also plenty of fun days to celebrate that provide opportunities for accompanying classroom activities. I have a few posts already planned for you so stay tuned!




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