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Monday, January 21, 2013

You Stole My Heart: Posted and Giveaway Winners

I hope you all can tell that when I put a product up, that it is an absolute labor of love! 


I rack my brain for days to think of different ways to approach the material that we as primary teachers have to hit over and over and over again to make it stick- also known as a spiral review :)  I write, rewrite, and bore my poor husband to death before I even sit at the computer!


Something that I  tried to do this packet was create one resource (for Math and ELA) that can be used 4 different ways.
 This center above has directions for 4 different activities. I have paid VERY close attention to the language standards in the Common Core this year to make sure that I am not leaving anything out.  Some things I added to this packet- possessive nouns and commas in a series.  I personally will be using my "centers" for small group teaching materials as well!


If you want to check them out, visit my TPT store!  
Like I always do, they will be on sale today and tomorrow for 20% off!


I ran a quick giveaway on Saturday!  The winners are below- check your emails ladies!!!


15 comments:

  1. Katie,
    These look awesome. I missed the chance to proof them for you on your FB page. I will be sure to check them out in your store. Any chance you can do a quick tutorial or lead me to a tutorial about how to do a pretty preview layout with the layered and shadowed look, an each center grouped togehter.

    Thanks for you efforts and great resources.

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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  2. Once again, these look AMAZING!
    Amber
    Www.laueslittles.blogspot.com

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  3. Ummmmm... this this looks incredible. I'm totally in love with it. :)

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  4. adorable Katie!! I do the SAME thing with a spiral, or whatever loose paper is nearby with my units. Lots of ideas and scratched out ideas and standards. lol! Love them!

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  5. Yay! I am so excited! Thank you! Thank you! I will check my email now -- then head over to TPT to check out your V-Day centers because "You Just Stole My Heart". :)
    Melanie

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  6. These look fabulous and fun! My favorite thing about Valentine's Day is putting a smile on the faces of people I love: my family and students.

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  7. These are awesome! I absolutely love Valentines Day and I would have to say my favorite thing is when my students are opening their envelopes, cards, and sometimes even homemade letters and they glance over at the person who sent it. Then they smile at each other....priceless! Thanks for making such a fun creative unit. My email is scheveje@yahoo.com

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  8. This definitely looks like a labor of love! Looks incredible, as always!
    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  9. Your centers look awesome! Check your e-mail I've sent you something good!
    Yolanda
    Oceans of First Grade Fun

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  10. These look SO amazing. I can't wait to get my hands, and more importantly my students' hands, on them! Plus, I just love anything pink and Valentine's Day related. Thank you!

    Wallis
    First Grade Wolves

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  11. So stinking cute! I love them!!
    XOXO
    Michelle
    Fabulous in First

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  12. As I was scoring some writing samples looking for language conventions, I was just thinking to myself that my students needed more practice with possessive nouns, commas in a series, adjectives...etc. These centers will be perfect! Thank you for your hard work!!!

    Meghan
    First Grade with a Cherry on Top

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