Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Turkey Craftivity + a FREEBIE!

Hey y'all! I've got early duty in the morning, so this will be quick. I just wanted to stop in and share a couple of the things I've been working on this week.

First, I'll share this craftivity that I just uploaded a few minutes ago..it will allow your students to show their understanding of multiplication and division fact families, while creating an ADORABLE display! Just click on the picture below to go straight to the product in my TpT store :)

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Turkey-Time-A-Multiplication-and-Division-Fact-Family-Craftivity-974443

Next, I wanted to share this new FREEBIE with you! I have done the "Disguise a Turkey" project with my students for the last several years. It never gets old seeing what creative ideas they come up with! This is a family project, and I usually give the students about a week to complete their disguised turkey. Then, the students bring them back to school, and complete a writing assignment about their turkey. All of the materials you need to complete this project are included in the freebie below! Just click on the picture to snatch it up! :)

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Disguise-a-Turkey-Project-FREEBIE-972674

Yes, I used the same turkey for both products...but how stinkin' adorable is he?! Scrappin Doodles has the BEST clipart!

Also - don't forget to check out the awesome deal going on over at Educents right now - 34 instant downloads with over 1,100 pages!!! Click HERE to check out my blog post - you also have a chance to win any set of task cards from my TpT store for FREE! :)

Well, I told you it would be short. I hope you can use one or both of these products in the next couple of weeks! :)

BE ON THE LOOKOUT for my 200 follower giveaway coming up very soon!!

XOXO,

3 comments:

  1. That turkey is very adorable! I have seen a few people post similar Disguise a Turkey projects but it is brand new to me so I had no clue how teachers went about doing it. Your freebie is PERFECT! I love that it's a family activity. Thanks for sharing!
    Kayla
    Rooting for Third Grade

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    1. I'm so glad that you find it useful!! I can't wait to see what my students come up with..I'll be blogging about them next week, so make sure you check back to see pictures! :) Thanks for stopping by!
      Lacey

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  2. Thanks so much for linking up! This is a great resource that I know tons of people will be happy with!

    Tessa
    Tales from Outside the Classroom

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