A Post Full of FREE Ideas! Plus a GIVEAWAY!

Hello blogging world!


I thought I'd share some spots to download FREE resources to brighten up your Saturday:

All Things Elementary is a great collaborative site aimed at teachers in grades 3-6. I love reading the different guest bloggers and stealing using their ideas. Once a month they do a "Free 4 All" linky. Hop on over to download tons of free resources!


Teaching Blog Addict is a great site that brings together resources from teachers all over the web. Each Friday they host their "Freebie Friday" link-up - and it's always TONS of fun.

And lastly, I have recently uploaded two new products:

Two NEW Packets:
I've been diligently working during my days off and have producedtwo brand-spankin' new novel studies: one for elementary grades and one for middle or high school grades.

Now these are not technically FREE, but they could be - just for you! Keep reading to find out how!


Charlotte's Web Activity Packet:




Hunger Games Activity Packet:




And to spread the joy, I'm going to be GIVING AWAY 3 packets to you, my beloved blog followers :)


Leave a comment with:
1. Your e-mail address
2. Which packet you would like to win (Charlotte's Web or Hunger Games)
3. Any suggestions for future book studies you'd like to see created

I'll be choosing 3 random winners on Sunday night.



Happy Downloading!
 

2 comments

  1. Jessica,
    Your new products look amazing and as much as I love The Hunger Games, I think it is too advanced for my 5th graders. So, if you should pick me, I would love the Charlotte's Web Activity Pack!!

    Julie
    jules416@att.net

    My Journey to 5th Grade

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  2. Hi Jessica,
    My kids were all over The Hunger Games this fall, and now I have one last group reading Catching Fire, and one group that's on Mockingjay. I also have a bunch of kids this year who are reading The Hobbit and are now moving on to the Lord of the Rings Trilogy. I never expected that book to take off like it did, but for those kids who saw the movie, that really encouraged them. And their enthusiasm motivated other kids to try.
    Marion
    www.mentoringinthemiddle.blogspot.com

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