Don’t hit that snooze button. It’s time to get up and start shopping. You work hard and deserve to find a good bargain. Head on over to the Cyber Monday (& Tuesday) sale at Teachers Pay Teachers. Check your wishlist and see which items you can finally add to your cart and purchase.
I have two NEW items for sale in my store:
Students identify numbers written in word form (two hundred fifty-three) or as place value puzzles (3 tens, 5 hundreds, 8 ones). Once the numbers are identified, students must place them in order from smallest to largest. All of the numbers included are less than 1,000.
This pack contains math and literacy activities. Students can practice synonyms, antonyms, ABC order, adding combinations to 10 or 20, ordering numbers, telling time, counting coins, and more!
Don’t forget to provide feedback on your purchases to earn TpT credits. You can use those credits towards future purchases. I’m excited to finally get some items off my wishlist and into my shopping cart, but I want to know what everyone else is buying during the big sale, too!
Just finished up a book companion for Amazing Animal Journeys, a Level 3 National Geographic Kids text. This book follows the migration of zebras, red crabs, and walruses. If you already own the bundle, be sure to grab this latest addition.
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