Thursday, October 15, 2015

Trick or Treat!

Halloween is fast approaching! So here's a little trick or treat for you!

First, here are my tricks... here's a list of the blog posts I've done with tips and tricks for teachers:

5 Tips for 1st Year Teachers

Set Your Sub up for Success: Tips and Tricks for Classroom Teachers

Substitute Teaching Tips and Tricks Part 2

Tips and Tricks for Substitute Teachers

Click my "Tips and Tricks" tag on the right to find even more posts!

Second, here's a treat... a brand new freebie perfect for the spooky month of October! This will be a seasonal freebie so get it while it's active!


I'm linking up with a group of TPT secondary sellers: Secondary Smorgasbord so click the image below to get even more tricks and especially Treats!



Thanks for reading! 

14 comments:

  1. Love the "tricks" with the treat! Thank you for the generous freebie--Poe is fantastic for Halloween!

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    2. He is perfect for this isn't he?

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  2. Poe is one of my favorite authors! Thanks for sharing this awesome resource.

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  3. Thanks for sharing your freebie, it looks great!

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  4. I love your sub posts! Thanks for the tricks and the amazing treat!

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  5. What practical and usable "Tricks". Thank you!

    Connie

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  6. Let my heart be still a moment and this mystery explore! Thanks!

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  7. Thanks for sharing! This is a great freebie!

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  8. A puzzle of Poe- love it! Puzzles can be nice, quiet activities!

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  9. I just ordered a pair of Poe-lka dot socks, and this freebie will be perfect to use when I wear them! Thank you!
    Darlene
    ELABuffet

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  10. Who doesn't love to read Poe at this time of year? Thanks for a great freebie! :)

    -Lisa
    Mrs. Spangler in the Middle

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  11. My students and I love Poe! They always get excited about him because the name of their Baltimore Ravens is an allusion to his poem. Thanks for sharing!

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