I’m Sure that you have heard that Teachers Pay Teachers is having a 2-day sale Tuesday and Wednesday, February 7-8. All items in Chalkboard Creations’ Store (as well as most other stores) will be 28% off with the code LOVETPT. I wanted to share some amazing products that I have bought lately, and hopefully inspire you to fill that cart!
These are the greatest thing for teaching writing and grammar in context. I absolutely love the structure and how she sets up her lessons. I actually bought the No Prep Reading and Writing Units (Better Than Basal) to go with it. I would strongly recommend all the products. It works great in my multi-grade classroom as well. One thing I would say is that if you can I would find a webinar or a video that shows Jivey teaching with the products. It was extremely helpful!
I bought this product in August before school started and I have used it so much! I love how versatile the tools are. We are using Interactive Math Journals in our room, so these fit in great with those. I appreciate how many different options there are for each tool, and they are easy to differentiate to my many different learners!
This is one of my favorite products I have ever bought on TpT. Last school year I did interactive notebooks with my math class, but I used it as part of the teaching process. This year, I wanted one of my math workshop centers to be creating journal entries. This product is amazing! The instructions for the students are so clear, and they cover every topic you could imagine. There are also pictures of every completed journal entry. In fact, I own 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grades of this product for all the grades I teach. I am in love with these products and will use them for many years to come!
I couldn’t help but add one of my store’s newer products. I am excited about this one, and it is a lot of fun in the classroom! Basically, each paper has one question on it (relating to a fictional story). Each person writes their individual answer on a sticky note. The group shares their answers with one another, and they write one group answer to share with the class. There is also a nonfiction version as well. Still not sure? Check out my free Back to School Game (Get to Know Your Teacher) that is based on the same premise.