July 3, 2015

Make your Masterpiece (Plus a GIVEAWAY!)

So this week the #TpTSellerChallenge was a great kick to my procrastinating side! I would love nothing more than to sit around and watch reruns of "The Amazing Race" allllll daaaaaay looooong. But this week's challenge required me to make something and then swap products with a fellow seller.

It was just the motivation I needed.

My product is for 3rd-5th grade-- and it focuses on the U.S. Constitution! I loved making it. I have a very similar product already in my store for the Declaration of Independence-- and I've been wanting to work on my government stuff and grow that area!

Here is the finished product:
Click the product cover below if you want to purchase it!
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/The-US-Constitution-Mini-Book-Printables-1937763
Here are some preview pages:




I teamed up with Kim Solis! She has some great items in her store-- check it out HERE! Her product was made for 3rd grade common core math-- and it focused on the skill of rounding to the nearest 10's and 100's. I loved her packet for many reasons:
  1. It was practical. If you're hoping to save on colored ink but still get quality-- this is it!
  2. It had a variety of practice options for the kiddos (task cards, number line rounding, etc).
  3. It included super cute little rhyme notes that you can cut out and give to your kids to help them remember the rules of rounding.
  4. It was very well put together! 
Here is her product cover-- click on it to see it in her store:
Rounding to Nearest Ten & Hundred- 3.NBT.A.1 **50% OFF**
 Perfect for advanced 2nd graders and on-level 3rd graders!

Now-- here is the best part-- we have decided to give our products away! So be sure to enter our giveaway and don't miss out on this awesome opportunity!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Hope you're having a blessed week! 

3 comments:

  1. I love that pack! It's so interactive and hands-on! If I taught social studies, I would definitely purchase it!

    Samantha
    Special Little Learners

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    1. Thank you, Samantha! I really try to include more than just worksheets so the kids aren't bored :)

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  2. What a great resource!!! I'm always on the lookout for great social studies resources for my little ones.
    :) Colleen
    Totally Terrific in Texas

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