Teachers Thanking Teachers

It's almost time for my absolute-favorite holiday of all! And it's not just because I am totally craving mashed potatoes with gravy already (and that's the truth!).

It's because the sheer beauty of a holiday where we take time to share what we are thankful for.

And you know how thankful I am for all you, right? 

I've said it before and I'll say it again and again...I am so grateful for the blogging community and everything it has done for my teaching practice. I have learned an incredible amount from all of you and I am deeply appreciative.

So, as a way to show thanks, I'm joining several of my favorite upper-elementary bloggers to bring you a little Thanksgiving treat:
For the next two days (today and tomorrow!) we will each be sharing a brand-new product...for free!!
* * This offer is now over, thank you so much for joining in with us! * *

My product is the first in a new series of resources I am working on for my classroom. 

I am extremely fortunate to work with an international class of mainstream students and English Language Learners...all fifth grade. It is a wonderfully unique and exciting classroom environment!

This year, I have a large number of ELL newcomers who are just beginning to speak English. So I have been working on resources to help teach them grade level standards (most recently, the Order of Operations) in a scaffolded way, to help them gain confidence and an understanding of the academic language they will need to succeed:

(click on the image above to download this resource for FREE!)
And it just gets better! You can grab more free resources from these amazing teachers...

Thank you...for your readership, your friendship, and everything you have taught me over the years!!


  1. Thank you for sharing - we are all in this together!

  2. This was such a caring idea! Thanks for sharing:-)

  3. Love, love, love all that you do!! Thanks for the freebie! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  5. If only when I was a kid my teachers had similar blogger community, think I would be much smarter now. However, why complain if people like you exist. Because it is really easy to fall for this consumer life nowadays. I mean it is easy just live your life and don’t think about nothing new, what for if you can just watch Netflix every day and do what they will told you to do. On the other hand, many bloggers like you are need to read google adwords beginners guide to make your blog more popular and better.


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