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Easter Friday Freebie, Flash Giveaway and a Spring Sale!

*UPDATED WITH WINNER INFO!

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!

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