PowerPoint Giveaway & Sale Announcement/Link-up!

I don't know about you, but summer is my favorite season!!  It might be interesting to take a poll of teachers sometime... I would venture to guess that the majority of us would give summer the vote as our favorite season!  Anyway, to celebrate the official first day of summer, I am having a SALE at my TpT store!  Stock up!  (My holiday items are already 30% off, so you'll get an additional 20% off the already-reduced price on these items!!)

I'm not the only one having a sale!  I've noticed that Kelli Olsen and Educlips are hosting summer sales this weekend at their TPT stores, too!
If you are having a sale this weekend, please link up at the bottom of this post!

Also, after yesterday's blog post about flattening Powerpoints, I decided that I want to raffle off one of my flattened PowerPoint resources!




Enter for your chance to win!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

If you are having a sale at your TpT store this weekend as well, feel free to link up!  (Or, if you
are suddenly inspired to join the fun and host a sale, feel free to use the following image... just add your store name at the bottom!)


24 comments:

  1. My students LOVE your power points. I purchased quite a few this past year. They are very visual and definitely catch and keep the students attention. I would choose plot since it is one that I don't own...thanks for sharing your hard work!

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    1. Thank you!!! I am so glad to hear that your students love them!

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  2. I would choose the Nonfiction Text Structures power point. My students love to be involved in power points and these look very engaging! Thanks for sharing.

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  3. 1) I didn't know you could do that with Powerpoints (I read your post earlier)... that is so cool! 2) I didn't realize you made all of these!! I'll definitely be picking some up in your sale tomorrow!! I don't know which to pick, they all look so useful.... Maybe the context clue one, main idea, apostrophe patrol, so many options!
    Kelli
    Tales of a Teacher

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  4. I would definitely want the apostrophe powerpoint. I just taught possessive and plural possessives, and it's totally confusing. A powerpoint would be perfect!

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  6. Your powerpoints look AMAZING! I can't wait to shop the sale tomorrow. My favorite choice (hard to decide) is probably Nonfiction Text Structures!

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  7. I like the Inferences PPT. However, there are so many wonderful choices!!!! You make it difficult to pick!

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  8. It's a toss up between Main Idea and Figurative Language! :)
    Thanks Deb!

    Lindsey
    Thriving in 3rd

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  9. How do I even begin to choose?! They are all so fantastic! I think I'd go with the colorful words!!
    Rachel
    A Tall Drink of Water

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  10. I Love all of your products! I would love the inferences ppt :) Thanks for the chance!

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  11. I would pick the Types of Sentences Power Point! (There aren't many I don't already own!) Thanks for the giveaway :)
    Amy

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  12. I would love the Figurative Language powerpoint.

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  13. Ooooweeee! I took everything from my wishlist and put it in my cart... I'm ready for tomorrow's sale!!!

    Angela

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  14. I would love the Figurative Language powerpoint.

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  15. Hard to choose...maybe Making Inferences? They all look great!

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  16. I would love ANY ELA PowerPoint! And hooray for a sale! I always love a sale - thanks for hosting the linky and sharing your graphic! :)

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    1. You're welcome! Thank you for linking up! I always love a sale, too! :)

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  17. Great linky! I'd love the Non Fiction Text Features one! :) Thanks!

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  18. I would choose Plural Nouns Power Point: Spelling Rules and Irregular Nouns.

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  19. Any of the Powerpoints would be a welcomed addition to my collection of tools. Especially since I am a new teacher. I'm more of a science / math person so language arts is not my strong suite.

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  20. The plural possessives bee one. ;)

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  21. I would love the Nonfiction Text Structures powerpoint! This is an awesome giveaway!

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