Friday, March 20, 2015

Round Up The Riddles, It's a Giveaway!

Hi, Teaching Friends!

Happy Almost-Officially-Spring, even though another snowfall is predicted for our part of NJ today! Oh, well, even a little snow can't keep the optimistic crocuses from popping their heads up.

Image from Pixabay ... but my own sweet crocuses should be blooming by next week!


I'm very pleased to announce that I've finally completed the update on my Riddle Round-Up Bundle!




This growing bundle is now up to 248 themed and seasonal riddles, like this one for April Fools Day, in the spring set.



Here's an example of the weather riddles.




You can see other samples from my riddle sets by clicking here.

If you already own Riddle Round-Up, be sure to get your free upload!

If you'd like a closer look at the set, click here or on the picture below.






Would you like to win a copy? I'd love to give one away! I'm always looking for new ideas for riddle sets, and I'd love to hear your suggestions! You can enter this giveaway by suggesting an idea for a set that you don't see in the collage of covers above, and also by  subscribing to the Primary Inspiration Newsletter (it's right under the TpT widget in the column to the right).

a Rafflecopter giveaway


Happy Teaching!



16 comments:

  1. What about valentine's, leprechauns, life cycles?

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  2. Ah, Lori, I knew I could count on you for some inspiration! :) I'll add them to my list!
    Linda

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  3. I would like to see 100th day of school?
    Emily

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    1. Hmmm... that's an interesting one, Emily. I do have something similar, math elimination puzzles for the number 100, at my TpT store: https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Riddles-for-Two-Digit-Numbers-100th-Day-of-School-Buzzin-Around-100-1662809
      Of course, now my mind is buzzing around this new idea ... :)

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  4. What about some fairy tale riddles?

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    1. Awesome idea, Kim! Love it! You guys are going to keep me so busy... :)

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  5. Do you have a zoo themed riddle pack?

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  6. Interesting idea, Mary! I'm thinking that set would have to have a lot of overlap with the Animal Riddles set, but it's got possibilities! Thanks!

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  7. Famous Americans in History, for primary grades. Like Washington, Lincoln, Rosa Parks, MLK, etc. Kiddos tend to get facts about them mixed up, especially when they're not a current teaching topic.

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    1. Oh, my goodness, they certainly do get them confused, especially with so much centered on January and February. Thanks for this great idea, Terri!
      Linda

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  8. What about nursery rhymes? Or space? Dinosaurs? USA symbols?

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  9. Thanks for the great ideas, Shawn! I actually have a set on space and planets in my ""works in Progress" file! :)

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  10. I know you said you have animals already but maybe you could make one specifically for sea animals/ocean theme? You might already have one. I'm pretty sure I've seen an ocean unit in your store.

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