Thursday, June 30, 2011

Five Friday Freebies--Week 5

Here are five freebies from five authors at Teachers Pay Teachers. PLEASE leave feedback for these authors so they know that you appreciate them sharing their freebies.

If you are not a TPT member, membership is FREE. Here is a link to register so you will be able to download. TPT registration 

Freebie #1 - Build A Bear Graph by BZ Teacher

Freebie #2 - Math Games-Jump Around: Skip Counting by Melissa McMurray

Freebie #3 - Sunny Synonyms Literacy Center by Anna Brantley

Freebie #4 - Teacher Newsletter Template by Mrs. Magee

Freebie #5 - Biology Lab:  Simple DNA Extraction by Science Stuff


Two Sales on Clip Art Sites

Scrapping Goodies

Starting right now until July 5th for all orders of $1 or more you can use coupon code july420 and receive 20% off your orders. You can use the coupon as many times as you want until it expires. 

Scrapping Goodies

Dollar Graphics Depot

FOURTH OF JULY SALE - June 30th - July 2nd

Spend $5.00 or more, get 15% off!! Please use coupon code: July4
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Wednesday, June 29, 2011

Think of the Possibilities

Runde's Room shared a site that will make shapes of words.  The site came to my blog and pulled words to make the apple.  How cool is that? 

Go to Runde's Room to learn more about 

Runde's Room

Classroom Shopping Linky Party

Ladybug's Teacher Files (a great blog) is having a Classroom Shopping Linky Party.  I must admit that this is a problem I deal with on a constant basis and have for more years than I care to admit.  LOL

I also must admit that I am always looking for something new to use.  If there was a Classroom Shopping Anonymous Group, I would be the founding member.

My favorite place to look is a salvage place called Cargo Largo at 35th and Noland in Independence, MO.

The last super bargains I found was boxes of transparency film that go through a plain paper copier for $3, yes three dollars a box.  I also got reams of colored paper for $2.50 a ream.   They also buy and sale the returned books from Scholastic Book Fairs and a host of things from various manufacturers of teacher materials.

Ladybug's Teacher Files

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Miss Kindergarten

Miss Kindergarten is celebrating her birthday.  Instead of getting presents, she is choosing to give them. 

With a little help from her friends she is having a give-away with ten, yes 10 winners!  Head on over to her blog by clicking on the image above, wish her Happy Birthday, and enter the give away!

Happy Birthday, Miss Kindergarten!

Go Go Planet, Big News for Little People

Do you follow Go Go Planet, Big News for Little People?  I think most kids would enjoy the items they have posted.  This is going to be book marked in my classroom next year for my students.

If reading is an issue, there is a speaker symbol that can be clicked and the page will be read to you.

This new resource was mentioned in a news letter I received.

Blue Lobster!

Monday, June 27, 2011

Multiplication--Part 2 Factors Over Five

Let, me start by saying that I believe that everyone should know their multiplication facts by heart.

In this post, I am going to share a method to help students who do not know their facts to gain confidence.   I am a firm believer, that with continued practice, students will eventually memorize their facts.

For this to work, BOTH numbers need to be larger than 5.  (I do not recommend using 6 x 7 as it is harder to mentally think through when first learning.)

The problem I am using for example is 7 x 8. 
Have students put hands in the air with palms facing them.  Show them the problem written down on a piece of paper.

The conversation should go something like this:

1.  Are both numbers larger than 5?  yes 
2.  This will only work if both numbers are over 5!
3.  Look at the first number which is the 7.  How much over 5 is seven?  2    Bend down 2 fingers on your left hand.

4.  Look at the second factor.  It is a 8.  How much over 8 is 5?  3  Bend down 3 fingers on your right hand.

5. Their hands should look like this.

6.  How many total fingers are bent down?  5                           What is 5 x 10?  50

7.  How many fingers are not bent on your left hand?  3  
8.  How many fingers are not bent on your right hand?  2

9.  What is 3 x 2?  6
10.What is 50 + 6?  56  so 7 x 8 = 56


Basic rules:

Both numbers have to be over 5.

Take total number of bent fingers times 10, and then

Multiply the fingers not bent on one hand times the other hand's not bent fingers

Add the two numbers to get the product.

Next time:  Things to make it "fun" to learn multiplication

Racing Fun With "Time"

This center folder/activity requires students to use the driver cards to complete the activities.

The driver cards show time using analog clocks.  There are two different styles of clocks within the set.  One style has the minute marks between the numbers and one doesn't.

Students will be working with times in five minute intervals.  Times on the clocks often use the same numbers, but with different hands pointing to them.  For example:  1:25 and 5:05.

Driver cards and worksheets are in color, but print well in gray scale.

Included in this activity:
   26 Driver cards with analog clocks
    5  Worksheets and answer sheets
    2  Title pages

The five worksheets require students to work with the skills of matching an analog clock to a digital clock; determining a.m. and p.m.; arranging times in chronological order; determining elapsed time; and writing answers to word problems.

Sunday, June 26, 2011

Online Book Study--The Book Whisperer

Are you ready to join us in the online book study for The Book Whisperer

Hope you decide to join us! The book study starts tomorrow, June 27. Haven't gotten your book yet? Join us when you do. Click on the book to go the hosting blog. 

Hope to see you there!!!!!!

A Great Give Away

In addition to having a $1.00 sale on everything at Digi Web Studio, Ms. M's blog is having a contest and the prize is a gift certificate from Digi Web Studios.  How great is that!

Click on the icon for Digi Web Studio, check out what you would buy for $5.00, and then head over to Ms. M's blog to tell her as one of the entries into her contest. 

Great clip art, great prices,  and a great give away--What more would you want other than to win.  :0)


Ms. M’s Blog

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Multiplication --Part 1

Let, me start by saying that I believe that everyone should know their multiplication facts by heart.

I often have sixth grade students tell me they hate Math.  After many years, I have learned that usually means I don't know my basic facts:  addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.

Through a series of posts I hope to share with you, some of my observations and things I do to help them all learn with short cuts, games, testing, etc.  I hope you join in by sharing your tips, etc.

Since fractions are a huge part of the sixth grade math curriculum, I know that multiplication and division have to be a big push fast.  I also know that normally there is a huge sense of everyone knows this but me, and I will never be able to learn this.

To overcome the I can't learn this, I always start with the nines.  I usually start with two different ways to do the nines "secretly".  I only share one way with a student, to keep from overwhelming them.  Which one is based upon the individual student.

The first one I show them is with their hands.  It basically goes like this.

1.  Place your hands in the air with your palms facing you.

2.  How many fingers and thumbs do you see?  10

3.  The problem we are going to solve is 4 x 9  (Write on a piece of paper 4 x 9 = )

4.  What number are we multiplying times 9?  4

5.  Count over four digits on your left hand and bend that finger down.  (This would be the ring finger.)

6.  How many fingers are before that bent finger?  3  (Write down that digit for the student to see.  Now the paper shows 4 x 9 = 3)

7.  How many total fingers are following the finger that is bent?  6 (Write down that number following the 3.  Now the paper is saying 4 x 9 = 36)

8.  Ask the student to read you what is on the paper.  4 x 9 =36

 I then always say, That's right, I thought you told me you couldn't do multiplication.  I have literally had students sit and cry because they didn't think they would ever be able to get it.  Suddenly they have become experts at their 9's and you can immediately see that confidence returning.  They always want to do a lot of problems with 9's right then to be sure they really can do the work.

With students who are trying to "hide" the use of their hands I show them this method.  The conversation usually goes as follows.

1.  We are going to work the problem 7 x 9. (Write down 7 x 9 = ) The normal reply is I don't need to know this stupid stuff.  I told you I don't know and I don't care.

2.  That is okay but we are still going to work this problem together.  Can you tell me what number we are multiplying times 9?  You must think I am stupid, to ask me that.  It is a seven.

3.  Okay, what is 7 -1 ?  Six  (Write down the six.  Now it looks like this.  7 x 9 = 6 )

4.  Six plus what equals nine?  3  (Write down the three.  7 x 9 = 63)

5.  Read me what is written down. 

After reading what is written, you can usually see their whole attitude and body language change.  They usually say, "Let me do it this time.  Give me another problem!" 

I usually use the second method with students above the sixth grade, as they often do not want to have others see them using their hands.

Next post topic:  Numbers other than 9

TBA Linky Workshops

Clip Art Sale--Sitewide Sale on Everything

I have just received notification from Digi Web Studios that they are having a site wide sale.  Everything is on sale for just $1.00, even their exclusive sets. 

They have a great selection of clip art.  Just click on one of the buttons to the side of my blog, to be taken to their site.

Help Needed on a Question on Time

I am presently working on an activity for my new class and have a question that I would like to ask you to comment on.  Many times in the past my sixth graders  have arrived in sixth grade and cannot read an analog clock.  I know you probably find it hard to believe, but it is true.

I taught them to read it based on a real clock.  This would be 6:50 because the hour hand would be closer to the seven than the six because it is only ten more minutes to the hour and 50 minutes past the previous hour.  To look at 6 as the dividing line, the hour hand should be half way between the two numbers.

If you saw this in an activity for your students, what time would you call it and why?

This is a Common Core objectives as a second grade skill:  Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five minutes, using a.m. and p.m.

This skill is listed as a grade four objective in the district I work in.  Since I am supposed to be moving to fourth grade, I would like to make this activity as accurate as I can.  When I am finished, I am planning on listing it in my TPT store and want it to be accurate for everyone.

Thanks in advance for any and all help.

Friday, June 24, 2011

Office Depot Teacher Appreciation Week

Office Depot also has a Teacher Appreciation Day and Week. 

They are offering a week with 20% off with your Star Teacher card and on the Saturday of the event they are having a breakfast.

You will get a tote, sample office products, and a coupon book with coupons to use throughout the year.  If you are not a Star Teacher, there is a link to become one.

To find specific information about the store closest to you, click on the picture below.

Can you tell I like to be appreciated!  :0)

Office Max Teacher Appreciation Days 2011

Office Max has announced their Teacher Appreciation Days 2011----July 31 and August 1

If you are a Max-Perks Teacher you will get a tote and 20% off what you fit inside it and there will be a free give away for the first 150 teachers.  If you are not a Max-Perks Teacher there is a link for you to become one. 

Click on the picture to find out about your store.

Thursday, June 23, 2011

Five Friday Freebies --Week 4

Here are five freebies from five authors at Teachers Pay Teachers.  PLEASE leave feedback for these authors so they know that you appreciate them sharing their freebies.

If you are not a TPT member, membership is FREE.  Here is a link to register so you will be able to download.  TPT registration

Freebie #1 - Roll the Dice by Little Miss Kindergarten

Freebie #2 - Journal Prompts by Ruth S.

Freebie #3- Jungle Word Problems by The Lesson Plan Diva

Freebie #4 - Jack & Jill Nursery Rhyme Teaching by From the Pond

Staples Teacher Appreciation Day

Staples has a link to find out when they are holding Teacher Appreciation Day in each area.  I love going to things that celebrate teachers and the work we do.

Here is the link so you can find out when it is being held in your area:

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

Wish List Linky Party at Really Roper

The things I wish to have in my classroom in the new school year are:

1.  The things stolen when I was out on medical leave

2.  A document camera

3.  Desks and chairs instead of tables.

Click on the picture to go to Really Roper to participate!

Really Roper

What State Are You In?

Primary Connections is having a State Shout Out in which you list your blog, the state you are located in, and what grade you teach.  I found it interesting to see the originating locations of the blogs I have been reading.

Why not join the fun?  Here is a link to her site:  Primary Connections

New Item--Gingerbread Village (Getting Home on "Time")

The gingerbread man has been running around the Gingerbread Village and it is now time to go home.  The students need to help each gingerbread man get home on "time". 

Each gingerbread man card has an analog clock on it.  Each gingerbread house has a digital clock.  The student matches the gingerbread man with his matching house.

There are a total 48 cards (24 gingerbread men and 24 gingerbread houses).  There is also a worksheet in this packet.  Students are given the time on a digital clock and are asked to draw the hands on the analog clock to match.

This activity/center corresponds with the Common Core Standard:  Mathematics:  Grade 1:  Measurement and Data #3--Tell and write time in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks

Help the gingerbread man get home!

Tuesday, June 21, 2011

New Item: Telling Time with Barnyard Friends

This activity requires the player to match the time shown on an analog clock to the matching digital time.  The analog clocks are shown with farm animals and the digital time is with a barn.

Included in this activity:
1 - Cover page for folder or envelope
1 - Student direction page
24 - Game cards with a barn animal with analog clock
24 - Game cards with a barn with matching digital time to analog clocks
1 - Worksheet that shows analog clock and students write the digital time

The game cards can also be used to make a matching game.

Common core standards: 
Grade 1--Measurement and Data
     #3 - Tell and write in hours and half-hours using analog and digital clocks

Monday, June 20, 2011

Congratulations to the Winners of the T2T Mega Contest

Thank you to all who entered!

And the winners are...

K-2 Winner: Crystal Radke
3-6 Winner: Connie Suntken

Middle School / High School Winners -

English: Mark Welch
Math: Monica Krzak
Social Studies: Kelly Eiseman
Fine Arts: Laurie Fronhofer

Unfortunately, we did not have any entries for the science category. Maybe next time...
If you are a winner, you will be receiving an email from  Effective Teaching Solutions.

Sunday, June 19, 2011

Today Is The Last Day--Have You Entered the T2T Mega Contest?

Attention! Attention! The T2T Mega Contest drawing is TONIGHT!!!!!!!!

You don't want to miss out on this awesome opportunity. THIRTY-THREE teacher-sellers at Teachers Pay Teachers donated top notch classroom products for our T2T MEGA CONTEST! There are 3 major contest categories: K-2, 3-6 (1 winner each), and Middle School / High School (5 winners -1 per subject area: English, math, science, social studies / history, and fine arts).


Ends Sunday, 6/19/11 at 12:00 p.m. Midnight / Central time.

Click on the contest button to go to the entry page for details. 

Saturday, June 18, 2011

New Product -- Find My Pet Reading PowerPoint

This PowerPoint show gives students the opportunity to practice reading aloud. 

Each slide has 4 sentences with a child standing beside the sentences.

The  boxes with the pets will NOT appear unless the child is clicked on.  This gives the instructor the option of when to show the pictures.  If the child is not clicked on, the PowerPoint will progress as if the the option of the pictures are not there.  If the correct pet is chosen, a picture with the child and the pet being reunited will appear.

There is a coordinating worksheet that has students drawing their pet, telling how many legs it has, and what color box they have put it in.

Find My Pet PowerPoint Reading Activity can be found in the Vintage Teacher store at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Friday, June 17, 2011

New Product -- Hen House Sort (Odd and Even Numbers)

The Hen House Sort activity requires the player(s) to sort the numbered chickens to determine if they should go to the even hen house or the odd hen house.

Included are:
     1-Folder title page
     2-Hen houses (one labeled even and one labeled odd)
    40-Numbered chickens

The chickens are numbered one to forty to allow this activity to be modified to best fit the needs of the players.

The Hen House Sort (Odd and Even Numbers) is available in the Vintage Teacher store at Teachers Pay Teachers.

Sharing Favorite Blogs at Ms. M's Blog

Ms. M's Blog is running a Really Good Classroom Blog Contest.  I think many of you might enjoy taking part.

Click on the picture below to go to Ms. M's blog, but don't forget to come back to Vintage Teacher.   : 0)

Ms. M’s Blog

Our Facebook Page

Did  you know that Vintage Teacher has a Facebook page?

Click on the Vintage Teacher button and like our page at Facebook to follow some of the posts at Vintage Teacher.

Thursday, June 16, 2011

Five Friday Freebies - Week 3

Here are five freebies from five authors at Teachers Pay Teachers.  PLEASE leave feedback for these authors so they know that you appreciate them sharing their freebies.

If you are not a TPT member, membership is FREE.  Here is a link to register so you will be able to download.  TPT registration

One more thing, our new Five Friday Freebies design is compliments of Mrs. M at Mrs. M's blog. and A Teacher's Plan.  Please visit her blog(s).

Freebie # 1--Free Book Order Literacy Center by Sunny Days

Freebie #2--Preschool and Kindergarten Math Games Sample--Identifying Numbers by Teacher Tam

Freebie #3--Irregular Verbs Avoir, Etre, Faire - Present Tense Worksheet by Madame Aiello

Freebie #4--Expository Writing--Students Create a Themed Newspaper by Addie Williams

Freebie #5--Music Theory:  RHYTHM Worksheets by Aussie Music Teacher

Staples Business Cards for FREE

The Blog Surviving a Teacher's Salary has posted a coupon from Staples that will give you 100 free instant black and white business cards or you can use the $19.99 towards a higher price instant card.  Orders must be picked up at a Staples store by 6/18 (Saturday) to apply the coupon. 

I was trying to think of something I could have printed on them in place of using them for business cards that I could use in my classroom.  Please post any ideas that you are willing to share in the comment section.  There is a Staples abput a mile from my house so I need two ideas.  One for Friday and one for Saturday.       : 0)

Here is a link Surviving a Teacher's Salary to get your coupon.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Winners of the Secondary 6-12 Contest Announced

The seventeeen authors of the 6-12 Secondary Contest would like to thank all of you who chose to participate in the contest.  Out of the 338 entries, there were two names drawn.

Each of these ladies will receive $20 of their choice of resources from 5 of the participating sellers. That amounts to $100 each to spend.

And the winners are...............
     Jenna Jewell and Jessica Peck


Teacher 2 Teacher MEGA Contest

Attention!  Attention!  You don't want to miss out on this awesome opportunity.  THIRTY-THREE teacher-sellers at Teachers Pay Teachers donated top notch classroom products for our T2T MEGA CONTEST.

There are 3 major contest categories: 

K-2 (1 Winner)

3-6 (1 Winner)

Middle School/High School (5 Winners-1 per subject area:  English, math, science, social studies/history, and fine arts)

You decide which contest you want to enter.

Click on the button below to go to the entry page to learn more.

Limited Time Freebie to Thank My Visitors

This freebie will only be available until 10:00 PM on Friday, June 17, 2011.  That is Central Time!

To thank all of my visitors that visit my blog daily, I would like to offer my school house student chooser as a FREE download from my TPT store.  It will only be free for a limited time, so take advantage of this offer now.  Please leave feedback on the chooser if you like it.  :0) 

(This is a read-only file.  Please be sure you can open it.  There is a preview for you to try.)

Student choosers are a fun way to keep all your students on track and paying attention, because none of you know who will be chosen next.  My students love when we use a student chooser to do anything.  This is a generic chooser, so it should work in most classrooms.

(The TPT site is showing a weird price, but if you click on download now you can download it at no cost.)

If you don't have a log in for Teachers Pay Teachers, here is a link for you to get a FREE membership.
TPT Sign Up

Thanks for visiting my blog and I hope you and your students enjoy the chooser.

Thank You to My Visitors

I want to thank all of you that have taken your time to visit the Vintage Teacher blog since its beginning on March 29, 2011.

I have to admit that one of the first things I do is to look for all the places my visitors are coming from.  (The Feedjit Live posts and the blog statistics share visitor locations with me.)   I have looked a couple of times today and jotted down a few of the places my visitors today have came from. 

The countries shown have been Poland, Peru, New Zealand, Philippines, Australia, Spain, United Kingdom, Russia, United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Egypt, India, Canada, and the United States. I have had more visitors from the countries of Denmark, Saudi Arabia, France, Ireland, Colombia, Indonesia, Brazil, Singapore, Peru, Romania, Croatia, and Malaysia since the original posting of this thank you.

Some of the U.S. cites have been Owensboro, Kentucky; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Champaign, Illinois; El Paso, Texas; North Bergen, New Jersey; Tucson, Arizona; and Overland Park, Kansas (which is just a few miles from my home).

From Canada I noticed Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan; Brampton, Ontario; Sarnia, Ontario; Saint Catherines, Canada; and Sherwood Park, Canada to name a few.

This list does not represent all that visit, but just a few who happened to visit prior to my checking.

I want to take the time to thank everyone from all around the world for taking a little of their day to visit my blog. 

It is my hope that as we share around the world via blogs, linky parties, freebies, etc.  that the world becomes a smaller place with larger groups of friends. 


Monday, June 13, 2011

Free Admission to National Parks to Celebrate the First Day of Summer

 To celebrate the first day of summer, June 21st, select National Parks are giving free admission to welcome in the summer!

Follow this link to Teacher's Market to learn more details.

Free admission--what a budget saver.

The Book Whisperer --Online Book Study

Are you ready to participate in the an online book study? 

This will be my first online book study and I hope you will consider joining me in the study of  The Book Whisperer by Donalyn Miller.  I think it is going to be a very interesting read.  (I have read through the first chapter.)

Product Details

Go to Thinking of Teaching blog to get the schedule.

Sunday, June 12, 2011

A Huge Giveaway! Winners Will Be Chosen on Wednesday

Welcome to the 6-12 Secondary Teachers’ Contest where 17 outstanding teacher-authors have collaborated to bring you the biggest contest of the summer! You could win up to $100 by following our TeachersPayTeachers stores, becoming a fan of our Facebook pages, or by subscribing to our blogs.  (Some of the stores also contain items for primary grades.)

Every ‘follow’ counts as one entry, which means you can enter this contest 44 times! To enter, click the links below and follow/like/subscribe the sites. Then submit your entry by filling out this Contest Entry form. You can earn another entry if you post this contest on your own blog.

Two winners from be selected. That’s up to $200 of teaching resources being given away!!

Winner will be randomly selected Wednesday, June 15th, at 6:00 pm ET so be sure to enter before then! Winners will be allowed to choose up to $20 worth of products from each of their choice of 5 sellers participating in this contest.

English/Language Arts:
Tracee O.-
TpT Store:
Addie Williams:
TpT Store:
Michelle Luck’s Social Studies and English
Tpt Store:
Tools For Teachers by Laurah Jurca
Tpt: Store:
The Teaching Bank
Tpt Store:
Charlene Tess’ Grammar, Writing, and Creative Writing Store
Tpt Store:
Runde’s Room
Tpt Store:
Vintage Teacher
Tpt Store:
The Mr. G Show (Language Arts, Science)
TpT Store:
TpT Store:
Minds in Bloom
TpT Store:

Foreign Language

Tpt Store:
The Enlightened Elephant (Spanish and Math)
TpT Store:
MadameA (French)
TpT Store:


Science Stuff
Tpt Store:
Addie Education (Language Arts, Earth Science, Social Studies)
Tpt Store:


Aussie Music Teacher
Tpt Store:

Facebook and Borders Bookstore

While using Facebook, I saw an ad pop up about Borders.  The ad said if you liked Borders on Facebook you would receive a coupon for 40% off. 

I went to Borders Facebook page and liked it.  I received the opportunity to print a coupon for 40% off.  There are some exclusions, but the ad was definitely worth the time and the cost of printing it.  (There is an expiration date on the coupon.  I think mine was five days from the day I printed it.  You could use the coupon online or in store.)

I used it at Borders to get The Book Whisperer for the online book study that is about to begin.  (Look for more details soon.)

If you haven't "liked" Borders on Facebook and you like to read, then the 40% off coupon is fantastic.  Thanks Borders!

Saturday, June 11, 2011

Featured Item- Tic-Tac-Egypt

The new featured item is a game reviewing basic knowledge regarding the ancient Egyptians.

The use of this interactive game will bring a sense of fun to the study of ancient Egypt.

The tic-tac-learn game board adds fun and the skill of logic and reasoning to Social Studies/History class.  It is great as a whole class review using an interactive board but works just as well on a computer to be played by two students.  This is a read-only game.

Have a great day!

Friday, June 10, 2011

Three Sales - Two Clip Art Sites and Mardels

I don't know about you, but I love sales!  Here are three sale notifications I received this morning in my email.

I received one email from Mardels and it said that they are having a summer clearance Education Sale.  It is 50% off selected items,which is a great sale.  It is an in-store sale only.

Digi Scraps - Trina Clark's website is having a sale on her clip art.  It is on sale for 88 cents.  The sale ends TONIGHT at midnight eastern time.  She has great terms of use on the items at her web site.  Here is a link to her website.

Digi Scraps

Scrappin Doodes is also having a sale if you buy at least five dollars worth of clip art.  The discount code  JUNE2011 will get you 15% off your items.

Here is a link to Scrappin Doodles.

Thursday, June 9, 2011

Five Friday Freebies - Week 2

Here are five more freebies to celebrate the arrival of Friday.  Each of these freebies are compliments of the author and is available at their Teachers Pay Teachers store.  (If you don't have a TPT membership, a link is provided at the bottom of this post.  Remember membership is FREE.) 

Freebie #1 - Math Mania Weekly Math Review  by Sunny Days

Freebie #2 - How to Address a Prompt Using a 3-Part Strategy by Melissa Soeltz

Freebie #3 - Preterite of AR Verbs by Justin B.

Freebie #4 - Reading and Retelling Bookmarks by Kindergarten Works

Freebie #5 - Upper and Lowercase Letters - Goin' Fishin' Game  by Hilary Lewis

P. S.  Don't forget to enter the contest for $100.00 worth of free classroom materials sponsored by TPT authors.  Here is the link:  Classroom Material Contest.

Joining TPT Link:  Teachers Pay Teachers

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Give Away For $100 Worth of Classroom Materials

Welcome to the 6-12 Secondary Teachers’ Contest where 17 outstanding teacher-authors have collaborated to bring you the biggest contest of the summer! You could win up to $100 by following our TeachersPayTeachers store, becoming a fan of our Facebook pages, or by subscribing to our blogs.

There will be 2 winners of $100.  Yes, I said TWO WINNERS!

Winners will be allowed to choose up to $20 worth of products from each of their choice of 5 sellers participating in this contest. (Since you are choosing the products, please know that some of the authors in this promotion also have materials for the lower grade classrooms as well.)

To enter click on the picture below and follow the directions given.

Don't forget to return to Vintage Teacher. 

If you don't have a TPT membership, click here to sign up for free.  Teachers Pay Teachers

Disclosure-One of the teacher-authors who has chosen to participate in this give away is ME, the Vintage Teacher!
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