November 30, 2014

Sunday Scoop: Wishlists

It's already Sunday and my Scoop this week is all about wishlists and sales.

Besides my scoop, be sure to also check out lots of other Sunday Scoops over at The Teaching Trio.

Speaking of wishlists and the TpT Cyber Sale... you have heard of this huge sale, right?

Jivey from Ideas by Jivey has a fun little linky going on where we can share two of our most wishlisted TpT items and an item that we have on our own personal wishlist.

The number one most wish listed and most popular item in my TpT store is my set of Poetry Task Cards.

This is a set of twenty poetry task cards. I print these task cards on brightly colored paper, put them in a small photo album and place them on a table with a collection of poetry books forming a poetry center. Students work with the task cards at specified times during Language Arts class or during free time throughout the day. In addition to the poetry task cards, I’ve included three bonus files: poetry pencil toppers, a poetry word search, and a poetry foldable.

If you use the special promo code TPTCYBER you can save nearly a dollar on this most popular item in my store!

The second most wish listed item in my TpT store is Year 'Round Mystery Pictures.

This product contains 24 Mystery Pictures, each offered separately in my TpT Store. Following a key, students match a word with its representative color, then color squares to reveal a mystery picture. The skills practiced with these mystery pictures are identifying parts of speech, verb tenses, synonyms, and how to form plural nouns. The individual pictures sell for one dollar each. By purchasing this bundle you automatically save 50% over the original price; then couple that savings with the special promo code you can save another three dollars. 

One item (of MANY) in my shopping cart is this set of Transparent Task Card Frames by Amy Alvis. 

I make LOTS of task cards and am always looking for fun and unique frames for them. This set of frames features something new: they are transparent. Place them over any digital paper and you can create custom frames! I can't wait to try them out!

Something else to try out is Jivey's blog.  Hop on over to read more wishlists... you'll probably find a product or two or three... to add to your own wishlists.


  1. I love your blog. I am also getting ready for Monday and also working on blogging stuff and homework before tomorrow too. Have a great day!!!

    Jasmine H.
    The Dots of Teaching

  2. I love your Poetry Task Cards! They would be a great addition to my task card station in my classroom. Thanks to your post I found my way to the TpTCYBER linkup so I can linkup my blog too! Happy Sunday :-)

  3. Good luck getting everything done today! I would be doing the same teachery things, but I was able to get most of it done before leaving for Thanksgiving break. Your wishlisted items look great.

    Techie Turtle Teacher

  4. My "have to" list is very similar to yours. This weekend flew, and now it's time to get ready for the week. Enjoy your book and have a great week!

    Fit to be Fourth

  5. Hmmm... those transparent task card frames are so intriguing! I hadn't seen them yet, but I'm already imagining the possibilities! Also, I absolutely love your mystery pictures, and I know students love them, too!

  6. Transparent task cards!? Say what! I need to check those out. This is the type of situation where you ask yourself why didn't I think of that? #facepalm. I hope that you got all of your teachery things done and thanks for linking up with us!

    Funky in Fourth
    Teaching Trio


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