Monday, 31 July 2017

Hi friends,

I hope you are doing well and looking forward to a new school year! Such an exciting time of new possibilities and sweet student smiles!

I wanted to share with you that I'm having a 20% off sale (YES, EVEN BUNDLES) in my TPT Store, Believe to Achieve by Anne Rozell, from July 31-Aug. 3! This is a great time to stock up with some new ideas for a new year!

Here are two resources that I wanted to share! Would you love to be ready for unexpected meetings, headaches, change in schedule, holidays? Would you like to have something ready to go? Are you looking for something new for morning work, homework? Well, check out this 3rd Grade Math Bundle! 30+ activities for each month! (They are sold separately by month, too! )
Click HERE to see this resource!

Here are just a few testimonials from teachers who have used this resource:

✎"Wonderful resource that allows students to practice multiple concepts. Thanks!" Brianne E.

✎"Thank you for this! This will be a life saver when checking that my grade threes really "get a concept". They are made to be cute too! Will be using these VERY often, thanks again!" Trenna B.

✎ "I can't wait to use this!" Anita S.

This second resource is "hot off the press" and it includes 180 days of Daily Math Morning Work! Each day is nine problems that spiral through third grade skills! This resource could also be used for homework!

Click HERE to see this resource!

Here are just a few testimonials from teachers who have used this resource:

✎"I'm so excited to integrate this into my math program. I love the layout and the variety of questions. I know this will help my students improve in their skills too!"

✎"This will get their brains turning in the morning. Thanks!!" Amber M.

✎"Spiraled math is fantastic! Thank you for your time and creativity. This will help my children master 3rd grade math!" Susan W.

Thank you!
Have a blessed day!

My TPT Store

Friday, 14 July 2017


Fancy winning some extra spending money to help you purchase everything you need for your 2017-18 classroom? A group of amazing teachers and I  have grouped together to gift THREE awesome teachers TPT gift cards. 

PRIZES INCLUDE 1 x $200 TPT Gift card. 1 x $200 Amazon Gift card, 1 x $25 Starbucks Gift card, and 1 x $15 Starbucks Gift card!

REMEMBER: each entry counts as ONE entry, the more links you complete, the higher your chances of winning!!

Raffle CLOSES: Saturday 21st July 2017 12am

Also, SECRET SECRET HASHTAG SALE for two days only! Search #hellosummer in the Teachers Pay Teachers search bar to find products 1/2 OFF! (23rd-25th)


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Tuesday, 11 July 2017

Could you use a  $50 or $10 Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card?

I'm  joining with TPT author, The Teacher With The Fro, to celebrate her 500 followers! Your chances are very good to win one of these gift cards! The contest runs from midnight July 10 to midnight July 14. The winner will be announced on July 15! Just enter the Rafflecopter below!

Enter the Rafflecopter here: 

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Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Are you looking for some FUN ideas for organizing your classroom? I'm happy to share some ideas that you might like!

1.    I bought these containers from Costco. They are called, "Creative Options Project Boxes". They sell in a pack of 5 for $19.99. I like to store extra supplies or task cards in them.

2. I bought this box that holds 16 small boxes. Each box holds 4x6 size photos or task cards. I bought this set at Hobby Lobby. It was $34.99, but on sale and with coupon it was cheaper. I've included a couple of pictures of how I use them to organize my task cards.

 Boxes at Hobby Lobby

3.     I like to use these file folders that are closed on three sides and open at the top. This type of folder is another easy way to organize task cards with the answer sheets and recording sheets.

4.  I have seen this set of boxes (16 colored 4x6 boxes) on Instagram from Michaels. I am still looking for them in my area. 

Hope you like these ideas! If you have ideas that you use to organize your classroom, I'd love to hear about them in the comments below!