Monday, July 29, 2013

Would You Like Some Amazing Freebies? Here's the Key!

Hello, Teaching Friends!

I just love "outside the box" thinking! I marvel at the many clever ways that bloggers have come up with to celebrate their milestones, so when I had the opportunity to participate in this one, well,,, count me IN!


 
 
At Mrs.McClain's first grade blog, Buzz! Buzz! Buzz!,  readers are working as a team to unlock a set of freebies each day. If 350 entries ("keys") are reached on Rafflecopter by 5p.m CST,  everyone who registered gets all of the freebies for that day! Wow!! There's a party you don't want to be late to!Plus, it's a great way to sample the wares of some shops you may never have come across before.
Remember, the only way you get these freebies is to be in the first 350 on Rafflecopter.
 
This is the second of four days of "unlocked" giveaways! You'll see my Names for Numbers resource in today's set.  I hope you'll be able to snatch it up for free! :) Have fun!
 




New at my TPT store:

Have you enjoyed using some of my riddle freebies! As you know, kids love riddles! But have you ever thought about their academic value? Solving riddles successfully requires careful listening, attention to details, sorting pertinent facts, mentally organizing information, inferring, ... and using riddles will help you as you address CCSS 2.RL.1, questioning for key details.

Your feedback on the individual sets has been quite favorable, so I decided to put all of my sets together into a bundle.  All of the sets shown here are included in Riddle Round-up, as well as a mini-set of farm riddles which will only be available in this bundle. There are 212 riddle cards in all, plus a related game with each set to reinforce the same vocabulary. Buying it as a bundle will save you nearly 20%.

Want to try before you buy? Get Autumn Inference, which has been downloaded almost 42,000 times! Click to see it as a freebie, or it's also available in its entirety in the preview of Riddle
Round-up!



Happy Teaching!


2 comments:

  1. so great! I love anything inference related. It's such an important skill to teach - and what better (and fun) way than through riddles! :)

    I am your newest follower!

    Rae
    Mindful Rambles

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  2. I actually have a lot of fun making these riddles, too, Rae! Thanks so much for sharing your comment, and for following!

    Linda

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