2014 - The Learning Effect

TPT Cyber Sale - December 1 & 2


Be sure to shop the Teachers Pay Teachers Cyber Sale tomorrow and Tuesday! Use code TPTCYBER at checkout to save up to 28% in my store - and any other store that is participating in the sale.

Thanks to Amy Groesbeck for the sale graphic! Check out her TPT store - she has some awesome stuff!

Now on TPT: Scientific Method Posters + a Giveaway


Yesterday I spent the day working on some updates to files that I already have in my store. One of the files {Apple Mummification Science Experiment} was in need of a serious visual update. As part of that lesson, I included Scientific Method Posters. In the science experiment file, the posters are striped. I decided to take the posters and make a chevron version to sell in my store as it's own file. It also comes with a worksheet.

Monday Made It: Student Reward Punch Cards + a Giveaway


During my first year of teaching, I blogged about student reward punch cards on my other blog, The Nest Effect. I created punch cards through VistaPrint, using their loyalty card template. Who knew the post would be so popular on a blog that isn't related to education? Thanks to Pinterest it became one of my top 5 most popular posts on my blog. {See the post, here.}

Monday Made It: My 2014-2015 Chevron Lesson Planner


One of the most popular posts on my blog is my lesson planner from last year. I had no idea that it would be so popular and I'm sure glad that I decided to make my own and sell it in my TPT store.

When I created my planner last year, I had no idea if it would even be something I'd like using or not. I had tried the generic planners from Lakeshore Learning, and even Erin Condren's teacher planner for two years. I wasn't a fan of the price of EC's planner and the fact that for that price I couldn't really personalize it to fit my needs, so I decided to try to make my own.

Monday Made It: Clip Art & Font Binder


Two Fridays ago Sara at The Colorful Apple posted about her clip art and font organization. I've been looking for a good way to be able to visualize all of my clip art and fonts when creating files without having to go into each folder on my PC and look. Sara's binder organization method is perfect!

Monday Meet Me


I'm joining the Meet Me Monday link up at The Teaching Tribune today!

Monday Made It: READ Letters for Classroom Library


I completed this project two years ago, but never shared it. I wanted something bright in my library when I started teaching 4th grade, so I decided to get crafty!
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