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Fabulous Feedback & TpT Sale


The fabulous Christina at Bunting, Books. & Bainbridge is having a feedback linky to honor the wonderful feedback we have gotten on our materials at TpT!  What a great idea!  Be sure to click the picture above to join in the linky.

I received this wonderful feedback from Smiling in Second Grade on my I Am An Expert:  How To Writing Unit.  And what I like about her feedback is she was specific in what she liked and what parts helped her.  And of course she was just so nice!



This lovely feedback comes from ekstromj.  Again, it is so nice and helpful to us to hear specifically why you like the materials and how they benefit your students.  


Check out my Spring Literacy Centers on TpT

My last fabulous feedback is courtesy of Teaching With A Mountain View.  If you are a regular visitor to my blog you know that RtI is near and dear to my heart.  I am so happy that this unit is helping her intervention group!


Check out this Short Vowel Activity Pack at TpT

If you are one of these three people who left me such fabulous TpT feedback, please email me.  I have a surprise for you for taking the time to let me know what was helpful to you!!

You have probably heard that TpT is celebrating all the wonderful teachers out there with a Teacher Appreciation sale!  Whooo Hooo!!  Be sure to remember to use the code to get all of your savings and leave some fabulous feedback too!


Many, many thanks to Zip-A-Dee-Doo-Dah for making the sign!!!  Click on her name to be taken to her wonderful store!!

During the sale you will want to check out these fabulous stores of my friends and mine.  You can click each picture to be taken to their stores to see their wonderful creations.  Thank you, thank you Bridget for taking the time to make these cute badges!!









2 comments:

  1. Specific feedback is most helpful no doubt. Just like the kind we can give our students. :)
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

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  2. That is a great analogy, Tammy! Specific feedback is helpful to our students and to us. :)

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