Saturday, March 30, 2013

Easter Friday Freebie, Flash Giveaway and a Spring Sale!


Happy Friday Saturday!  I just can't seem to post on Friday lately.  Anyways, are you ready for some fun stuff?

Here is your Friday freebie!  If you like this I Spy activity, make sure you check out the complete Dolch Sight Word set and the Letters/Letter Sound set!

And now for the Spring Sale!  20% off everything in my store this weekend... including these new digital paper sets I just finished and am in LOVE with.  I bundled them together so you can get all 96 backgrounds for a grand total of 50% off!

Lastly, let's talk about my flash giveaway!  :)  I may be MIA for the next few weeks (schools are starting to post positions, so it will be a job-hunting for me!), and I wanted to leave you with some goodies before I go!  All you have to do is leave a blog post comment with your email address and a teacher job tip.  Or just wish me good luck.  But tips would be much appreciated!  :)

Update: Congratulations Terri!  I will be emailing you shortly!

Tomorrow morning ONE lucky winner will receive my new digital paper pack bundle and their choice of Easter Letters/Letter Sounds or Sight Word I Spy pack!  Good luck everyone and have a wonderful blessed Easter weekend!  And don't forget to check out the great Friday freebies at TBA!

Freebie Fridays


  1. Good luck on the job hunt! I'll cross my fingers you find what you are looking for! Your papers look adorable and my kinders are going to flip for another of your I Spy's.
    Polka Dot Kinders

  2. I hope you find the perfect job. If you move to MN, Kimberly and I can EASILY get you on our K team for next year (keep it in mind)! My best tip is to ALWAYS expect the best from your kids and tell them everyday that they are the best, so they should never act any different. Holding those high expectations and never letting up, always gives me great results. Oh, and LOVE them. Really love each one for something different. They can always tell.

    Learning With Mrs. Leeby

  3. Good luck on your job search!! Hope you find the perfect position! Thank you for the giveaway and the freebie! They look fantastic!


  4. Good luck! Just be yourself!!!

    Crystal Shepherd
    The lamppost in 1st grade math

  5. Good Luck! Take your time when responding. Drop your resume off in person.

  6. Wishing you the best of luck on your job hunt! Just be yourself and know that you are in this profession for a reason.

    Mrs. Thigpen's Kindergarten

  7. Good luck!!! As everyone has said, be yourself, share your teaching experiences thus far and how each unforgettable experience has helped to shape you into the teacher you are today. You will be great!!

    Teaching Munchkins

  8. Good Luck on your job hunt! I would bring some samples of the wonderful things you have made. Smile and Be Yourself!

  9. Good luck with your job search. Something I always did was make several folders (I used colorful ones so they stand out) with a copy of my resume, references any samples, pictures of projects with me to my interviews so I had something to leave with the interviewer(s). Usually when you are called for an interview they let you know how many might be involved in the process so I would make sure I had that many. Don't know if it helped but if I was the interviewer I'd like something like that just to help me refresh my memories. Plus you might have something in that folder that you did not get a chance to discuss during the interview.

  10. Good Luck with your job search. I always would take samples of things that I did--sort of like a portfolio of things that I did with the kids. Try not to be nervous and whatever you do sound confident. You can do it!!


  11. Good luck on your job search! Be confident! :)

  12. Good luck on the job search! I always took with me a copy of my resume, cover letter, and samples of lessons I had done for each person in the interview (I always went in with extras, I never knew how many people to expect!)


  13. Good luck. I just found out that I will be teaching TK next, super excited - my dream job.

    The First Grade Princess

  14. Wear a navy blue or black interview suit with your hair pulled back. Do not wear a strong perfume. Good luck!