Thursday, February 16, 2012

My first unit! GIVEAWAY

Well I did it. I completed an intervention pack to go with one of our Reading stories! I love the intervention packs on TpT, but they are usually by the month and I wanted something for each story. So I sat down and made one for our next story. I  want to see how it works and if I like it or not before I do more.
Also I have been feeling guilty for not keeping up with my blog lately. Boy I tell you I forgot how hard it is to work and have an infant (which is amazing I forgot since my oldest isn't even 2) I guess I blocked it! SO, I decided to have my first giveaway. I am giving away 2 copies of my unit!!

Here is how to enter.
1. Leave me a comment telling me you follow my blog!
2. Blog about my giveaway and leave me a comment!
3. Follow me on TpT and leave me a a comment!

Three ways to enter, three ways to win!!! If you don't win, but would love my unit anyway just click on the picture and grab it from my store.

Don't forget to leave me your email address in each comment.

Giveaway ends Saturday at Midnight, and I will announce the winners Sunday!!

Good Luck!!!

4 comments:

Constance said...

I follow your blog!

crhdouglas@gmail.com

Constance said...

I follow your TpT store.

crhdouglas@gmail.com

Laura Starnes said...

Sorry I'm just not seeing this. For some reason you and a few other blogs that I've been following were bumped from my Google Reader...then I clicked over here today and saw that I'm not following you! AAAHHH! (I am now)

Laura
Kinder Kraziness

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to read all of your ideas~ I am looking for organizations tips. I am an ESOL teacher for two middle schools. I travel to each school every other day... sometimes that schedule changes due to IEP meetings, etc.
I also teach in a old AP office in one school. The chalkboard is 3'X 3'/
Right now, I lost my room at the other school, so i am downsizing.
I am also looking for Itinerant Teaching tips, preferably itinerant ESOL teaching tips. I may teach at middle schools, but elementary teachers are the most organized teachers around. I am currently teaching ESOL summer school. I have also taught elementary ESOL and high school ESOL.

ESOL4ALL