A Monthly Newsletter, Yes Please!

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Hi there my favorite teacher friends!  I excited to share that I will now be starting a monthly newsletter!  I have had a ton of requests from those of you with my endless bundles and you LOVE your bundles, but you want to make sure you don’t miss out on an update.  I completely understand that.  You can of course follow along on Facebook or my teacher shop on TPT.  However, I understand that it is sometimes just easier for a complete “run down” list in one easy spot…drum roll…. a newsletter!

Along with bundles updates I will also be sharing a lot of fun ideas we are up to in the classroom.  Most of all for being a loyal newsletter follower you will get a freebie EVERY month! Oh yeah!  Below and above is a look at the freebie for this month!  A roll and crash sight word activity!  Fun and engaging…win, win!

You will receive this freebie in your email soon after signing up for the newsletter!  It will come through your email with a link to download!  You will first receive and “opt in” email making sure you are okay with my newsletters.  Then, immediately after opting in you will receive a second email with this freebie!  However, be sure to check your junk mail because that is where I found my test email!
You can sign up for the newsletter pain free below and start getting those ideas …oh yeah and freebies too!

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  1. I love these direction following blocks. I had a child in my class that always saved the directions on all this building toys. He wanted directions for everything with ideas. He was so good at putting them together following the directions that were written but also had pictures. I was ready to have him put a shelf together for me as I do not follow directions well. He would have loved these!

  2. I love all your resources used in my student teaching for Kindergarten. I will be using your digital slides and other resources for my own class.

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