It is hard to believe that Monday starts us in to the great month of October. I may be a little prejudice towards October as it is my birth month. But, fall brings us some amazing opportunites to teach our students about science, traditions, and festivities.
It is my pleasure to once again bring to you some amazing resources (Free and Paid) for your classroom to help make this wonderful fall season an engaging and exciting time for your students.
I want to wish you an amazing FALL season. Thanks for all YOU do help your students and children be the best that they can possibly be.
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Thanks for hosting! :) I tweeted and added a link from my FB page to your linky!ReplyDelete
Have a great weekend!
Thanks for being a part of this amazing thing known as Share the Wealth! :) Have a great weekend as well.
Thank you! I just added my Halloween Writing Prompts.ReplyDelete
I love looking at all of the autumn products! It's my favorite season! Thanks so much for doing this and allowing us all to participate. :)ReplyDelete
Thanks, John! I'm adding today's "Share the Wealth" to a blog post on fall linky parties.ReplyDelete
Thanks for all of your work in putting it together.
Thanks for joining us here on Share the Wealth!
Right Down the Middle- Glad to have you on board
Peanut- Me too! Thanks for stopping by
Linda- Thanks for helping to Share the Wealth. :)
I'm confused. Are these activities all free today or is it a drawing? All of the links are taking me to TPT with units that are not free. Thanks!ReplyDelete
Sorry for the confusion. :)
Today is a themed Linky with BOTH free and paid items. Apparently I wasn't as clear as I had hoped- ha ha. 1 and 3 Saturdays are Freebies, 2 and 4 are Teacher-Author Spotlights, and 5th Saturdays are Themed Linkys with both paid and free. Today's Linky has several free items :)
The raffle copter at the top is for my celebrating 200 followers on TpT with the winner getting 5 items from my store.
Thanks for stopping by- I hope thishelpedclear up your confusion. :)
Thanks again everyone!ReplyDelete
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