Who wouldn’t save time and money? These days everyone is in a hurry and duties are piling up. Sometimes I think being a teacher is worse. Just when you think you might have some headway and are catching up, there’s more around the corner. It took me a long time to realize as a teacher, there is always something to do and you are never truly caught up.
I don’t know about you, but one thing I definitely do is spend a lot of my own personal money. The $250 discount that the government gives us here in the U.S. is not even close to what I spend of my own money in the classroom. I’m not complaining, because I choose to spend it – I want my kids to have the best year.
Educational Resource #3
Lastly, I want to point out my absolute, 100% favorite activity and product. This product is unique in that NO one has created anything like it. It’s unique in that it causes students to beg you for more. It helps students increase their fluency and review important concepts. It’s my causation cards.
If you are not familiar with causation cards, these are cards that you pass out to students much like the “I have, who has” cards. Student listen for the reader ahead of them (great practice for listening and following directions!) and when it is their turn, reads the card. Even more exciting- the student additionally does an action with the card! (kinesthetic learners are on cloud 9). I really believe 100% with certainty that you and your kids will value this product! Want to check one out for free? Click here to see. It is economics and even if you don’t teach it, it’s the perfect opportunity for you to see the format. The other cards can be found here.
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