First of all, my son has started fourth grade and the homework and project load is like nothing that he's dealt with before.
Second, I'm teaching a course that I've never taught before (you know the work load of that).
Third, I have a particular class this semester in my wheelhouse subject of world history that is proving quite a challenge for several reasons that I won't go into but that any teacher can probably imagine.
So, I wasn't going to post on a Tuesday evening, but as I was working on a Kahoot review for my new subject at 7:30 on a Tuesday evening while my son was asking me questions about the parts of a sentence, I suddenly thought..."We all work so hard as teachers--little breaks are nice."
I love stumbling across a great idea or ready-to-use resource on a blog that saves me unexpected time. I posted one such extra credit printable on my blog on Saturday, and was elated when a teacher left a comment that she had been looking for a fresh extra credit activity to use in her classes, and that this was it. It's great to help, and it's great to be helped--I believe that as teachers, that is how our professional community generally rolls.
Tomorrow is the bonus back to school sale at teacherspayteachers.com. Most sellers are setting their stores at 20% off, and we get an additional 8% off if we enter the code MORE15.
All of my products, including my bundles, will be 28% off, but for tomorrow only, I'm offering this useful vocabulary board game for FREE. It's in both color and black and white.
I have a printed and laminated color version that I keep at my vocabulary anchor station, but I've also printed a set of nine for group reviews. I place the boards and directions in protective sleeves, and I print a set of cards off of quizlet.com for each group (I have each group cut them out before they play:)).
It's a part of a larger vocabulary bundle pack (all of which I use at my anchor stations).
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