Sunday, May 1, 2016

Let's CELEBRATE Teacher Appreciation Day with a Sale and Giveaway!

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Teacher Appreciation Day is Tuesday May 3, 2016 and TPT is celebrating with a site wide sale. My entire store (including bundles) will be 20% off, and TPT will take an additional 10% off if you use the code CELEBRATE at checkout. This would be a great opportunity to stock up on your end of school year resources and your back to school essentials. Check out my new Substitute Teacher Binder. This binder includes a 2016-2017 teacher planner, classroom management tools, and a variety of stand alone lessons and activities that can be added to any new teacher's or substitute teacher's tool kit. 

In celebration of Teacher Appreciation Day I will be giving away a copy of my Substitute Teacher Binder along with a $10 Teachers Pay Teachers Gift Card. You can enter the giveaway by following The Third Grade Zoo on TPT, Facebook, and by making a comment on this blog post with a survival tip that would make the life of a new teacher easier. This tip might be a classroom management tip, an organizational tip, or a lesson idea. I can't wait to read all of the tips! 

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10 comments :

  1. Get as much organized at the end of the year as possible. Enlist the help of your current students!
    Emily

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  2. Stay organized with lists for everything: work that's been turned in, field trip slips, what to do during prep time!

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  3. Create emergency sub plans! You will be so glad that you did :) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  4. Always use your students to help with classroom chores. Most of them love it and it will save you some time. chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  5. Make small lists of students' names to use as checklists for anything. I have 3 to a 8 1/2 by 11 page. I keep plenty of copies throughout the year. Great for me to check in homework, permission slips, etc. Also great for volunteers who come in to work with kids. It's easy for them to check off who they work with.

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  6. Ask for help---parent volunteers, send things home with those that work, and from your colleagues!

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  7. Focus on building community with your students.

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  8. Use the free best practices websites www.gonoodle.com for brain breaks & www.classdojo.com for easy behavior management & parent commmunication!

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  9. Use the free best practices websites www.gonoodle.com for brain breaks & www.classdojo.com for easy behavior management & parent commmunication!

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  10. Make contact with parents early and in a positive manner. A good relationship with all parents is not always possible, but it can't hurt to try!

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