Monday Made It - ThingLink

Technology hack: How to use ThingLink in the classroom. Tips and ideas for classroom teachers and elementary educators.

 My big project this week was to continue working on getting my blog up and running. I've been linking up to other sites, posting about products, and finding others to follow too. But I realized that I had not done anything to the other pages of my site (besides the home feed). 


Five for Friday Linky Party - July 24th

It's already been another week!!!
Time to link up with Kacey from Doodlebugs Teaching for a fun friday linky party.
 This is my first time joining, but I have LOVED reading others' posts so I felt it was time to "give back".

Monday Made It - July 20

Every week I watch all the blog posts for Monday Made It and I think to myself, "I make things. I could join this linky party. I'm going to do week..."

This morning (well actually this afternoon since I ACTUALLY slept in almost until NOON) I started reading the posts again and decided TODAY IS THE DAY. So, for the first time EVER I am going to link up with 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It. Yay me!

The Sunday Scoop (07.12.15)

I decided to link up with Teaching Trio tonight to get my week organized and publicly proclaim my goals. Maybe this will help me stick to them?!?

Here is my Sunday Scoop for July 12.


Week 4: Follow Frenzy

The past month has been amazing!
I have learned so much, felt motivated again, and made some new connections!
I am especially thankful to Third in Hollywood, Sparkling in Second, Peppy Zesty Teacherista, and Teach Create Motivate for organizing the #tptsellerchallenge. What a way to get myself going.
During this challenge, I have focused on making myself more present in social media platforms as well as updating and posting on my blog.

For this week's challenge, I chose 6 of the MANY connections that I made through this challenge.


A Giveaway!

In an effort to be better connected with other educators and TpTers, I have joined several Facebook groups, opened an Instagram and Twitter account, and started following other teacher blogs. One of the blogs that I started following is Angela Gatt's Fun in Fourth.

And right now she is celebrating her 200th blog post with this giveaway!

Just enter this RAFFLECOPTER.  
The more entries, the more chances to win!  
The Rafflecopter closes Friday, July 10 and a winner will be announced Saturday, July 11.


Make Your Masterpiece

I'm kind of a slow poke when it comes to creating new resources. Perhaps a better description is that I am a perfectionist. This leads to me taking forever to finalize a product before taking it live on my store. So this challenge was especially difficult for me.

It's My Birthday!

Today I celebrate another birthday.
I remember as a kid being jealous that my best friend was "nine days older" than me.
Now, I tease her that she is "nine days older" than me.
Isn't it funny how your perspective changes?

This is me when I was only ONE year old!
 This is me now. And, no, I'm not telling my age. :)

Well, in honor of my birthday, I'm posting a gift in my TpT store
It's going to be FREE for just 24 hours.

It's not free anymore, but it is still just as cute.
Click on the image to purchase your copy today!

And eat a piece of cake for me too!


Favorite Things to do in the Summer

This is my VERY FIRST time linking up with Teaching Trio's Favorite Things Linky Party. I've seen blog posts about Linky Parties and quite frankly I didn't have the slightest idea what they were. BUT thanks to the #tptsellerchallenge I have really been working on getting myself involved in the blogosphere. (Is that even a word?) So when Kristen Doyle invited me to participate I decided, what the heck? I'll try it.

I have to admit that I spent probably WAY too much time getting my three favorites organized, but I'm really excited to share my some of my favorite things to do in the summer.
Thanks for checking out my blog post.
If you have any ideas for good books leave them in the comments below. I'm almost done with this one so I need some suggestions.

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