Clear out your Wishlist! A TpT Teacher Appreciation Linky

Have you heard the news?  Teachers Pay Teachers has just announced a teacher appreciation sale and it starts tomorrow!  The sale runs on May 3rd - 4th and you get 28% off of everything!  Remember to enter the code: CELEBRATE. (don't be like me and forget...I have done this for real and kicked myself, hard)

I am going back through my wishlist and moving things over to my cart to be ready for the sale.

I am linking up with Jen from Teaching in the Tongass and sharing with you the top 3 most wishlisted items in my store.

My Most Wishlisted item: 

comprehension questions to ask when teaching reading comprehension

This is one of my very favorite products and a best seller in my store.  It includes questions for 8 different comprehension areas and has a guide for teachers on each page of what to look for within your student answers. That is what sets this product apart from other similar comprehension question sets.

comprehension questions to ask students when teaching reading comprehension

sample reading comprehension questions with teacher look fors

I have blogged about this and other tools that are perfect for guided reading.  Click on the image below to check out the post.  

a blog post with suggestions for must have tools to teach Guided Reading

Next Up:

A take home reading log resource package to support students and parents at home when reading

My Take Home Reading Log pack contains everything your students need, as well as, helpful information for parents that is written in an easy-to-understand manner.  It references strategies kids use at school and provides parents with samples of comprehension questions to ask their child so that they can also monitor comprehension when reading at home.  Pick it up now, prep it and have it ready for your students in the Fall.  

A take home reading log resource package to support students and parents at home when reading


Design a cereal box media literacy project

This product recently got an update thanks to some helpful feedback from a buyer.  It has always included everything you need to design and plan a cereal box that will help you meet your Media Literacy expectations.  It also addresses Healthy Eating curricular expectations too.  Now you can also use it in conjunction with your Probability unit in Math.  There is a whole new section on creating a game board for the back of the cereal box.  Don't you love it when you can get multiple assessment pieces from one project - it certainly makes our lives a lot easier.  

Design a cereal box media literacy project

create a game board as part of a Design a Cereal Box Media literacy project.

I have blogged about this resource {HERE} if you would like to find out more about it.  

Thank you so much for stopping by.  I hope you take advantage of this sale to stock up on some resources that will help you end the year on a high note and start next year on the right foot.  

Until next time, 

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