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Wednesday, June 26, 2013

1st Time Guest Blogging

Shhhh! 
You don't see me here! 

Really, I'm not here right now. . . 

I'm guest blogging over at  Best Practices 4 Teaching

It's my first time guest blogging. . . I hope I did it right! You can be the judge! 

Go on over there and see what I wrote. . . and if you read it all, you'll want to come back here and leave me a message!

7 comments:

  1. Hi Patty! I love both of your bright star double-digit packs because they practice such important second grade skills. If I had to choose one, I would choose the subtraction pack because that seems just a bit harder to master. My kiddos really enjoyed Scoot! this year. It is a nice way to practice the same skills in a fun way. :)

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  2. I would pick the addition pack. I teach 2nd grade after being in 3rd/4th for 27 years!
    susanlulu@yahoo.com

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  3. Good job guesting, Patty! Your practice packs are cute and colorful, I'd be happy with either one. Of course, if I don't win one, I'll sure be buying them from your TPT store.

    Jill
    a-little-red-wagon

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  4. Hi Patty,
    I loved reading about you. I am teaching a 2/3 combo next year and would love to win the addition pack. Do you know how I can get in touch with any other 2/3 teachers? My e-mail address is ameacham56@hotmail.com Thanks a bunch.

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  5. This will be my first year as a teacher and seeing all the resources out there makes me feel...less anxious. Thank you for sharing your talent!

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  6. I would pick the subtraction pack. Subtraction just seems to be so much harder than addition for some reason :) Hope I win!!

    Amanda
    anhudacek@gmail.com

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  7. Cute! Small school! We have K-5 and four classes per grade! I am in second also. I would love to have your addition pack! (And truth be told, your subtraction pack too.)!

    Have a great summer!
    Becky
    beckymky@gmail.com

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