Sunday, January 5, 2014

A Snowy Flash Giveaway!

I'm teaming up with my sweet friend Ashley from Just Reed for a fun giveaway! If you are looking for some reading and writing activities for the month of January, this giveaway is for you!


(The Rafflecopter is at the end of this long post.)



Ashley is giving away this wonderful resource:





I've been using her Daily Read & Writes since October and I LOVE them. This is filled with great reading passages and writing pages for January. I don't know about you, but I can never get enough of this! I love to have a solid collection of reading passages so my kiddos can practice, practice, practice! Same goes for writing.  I love to have several options that fit for my curriculum and my current group of students. You will LOVE Ashley's Read & Writes, along with everything else in her store

I'll be giving away my Snowy Reading Activities pack. It's a collection of "ready to go", common core-aligned literacy activities. This is packed with all sorts of reading, writing and phonics printables. I put a lot of love into these!

You might recognize this from last year, but just in case you are a new follower, you can get a much better peek at this huge unit by clicking here or on the picture.






All you have to do for a chance to win is follow our blogs! There are a couple of options to earn more points too. :)

You can enter this giveaway here:


a Rafflecopter giveaway

4 comments:

  1. Thanks for the chance to win! They look awesome! :)

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  2. What a great giveaway! Glad I checked my Facebook feed before bedtime! Many thanks!
    ~Jennifer
    storiesandsongs2@gmail.com
    www.storiesandsongsinsecond.blogspot.com

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  3. Sarah! I just saw the news and we are cancelled for tomorrow already! Level 3 Snow Emergency in Toledo right now! Your giveaway makes all this snow a bit more exciting!
    HUGS!

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  4. Wow, this looks like "snow" much fun with great learning activities! School was cancelled here as the air temperture is -21 degrees and with winds may get to -50 degrees. BRRRR!

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