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Springing Into Learning (Fun Ideas & Freebie)

Hello everyone! I'm so excited today to be joining up with my friend and fellow blogger-- Kim Solis from Elementary Antics

Today I wanted to share a fun, new project you can use this spring to help prepare your students for state testing (although it can easily be used for any test in general!) 

I created some little birdies (don't judge my artistry too much) and iphone templates for students to "tweet" their favorite testing tip! Here are some pics:

You can grab this little freebie right here

Next, I wanted to make sure everyone knew about the free spring items in my TPT store! Here's a few: 

Lastly, before you hop on, I thought it'd be fun to have a giveaway for my Spring NO PREP math (3rd grade)! 

Use the rafflecopter below to try and win a copy! 

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thanks for stopping by-- I hope you have a blessed week! Click below to keep hopping! 


  1. I like this idea of how you used the birds to tweet ideas for testing tips. We use wise owls to give advise or tips for writing.
    The Education Highway

  2. I love the test taking tips. I think the kids would be more likely to learn from and attend to their peers' suggestions rather than mine! Thanks!
    Laughter and Consistency

  3. rainbow color poems michelle miller

  4. Great idea with the tweeting testing tips! And you make clip art too- amazing!

  5. The birds are adorable! We love to create flowers in the class!

  6. We love to write poems about Spring -acrostics, cinquains, etc. Thanks for the generous giveaway opportunity!

  7. The test taking idea is so cute!! I also love your graphics!


  8. We are going to celebrate Poem in Your Pocket Day on April 21st! I'm so excited about it this year. :)

  9. What cute little birdies! I am loving this blog hop!!! I am your newest follower and can't wait to read future posts!

    Mind Sparks

  10. I love doing poetry about spring.

  11. I like teaching poetry in the spring.


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