Wednesday, October 15, 2014

It's Here! The Introduction of Primary Powers!

Friends, I can't believe today is finally here.  There are several of us bloggers who have joined together to begin a new collaborative blog called Primary Powers!

This has been in the works for MONTHS and today is the day that we can finally share the news and show you what we've been working on!  Words cannot express how excited we are to start sharing with you!  There will be a new post almost every single day of the month, so you'll definitely want to follow closely!  AND during everyone's first post, we'll EACH be sharing a freebie!  This first month will be so exciting.  :)

To kick off our grand entrance, we are hosting an AMAZING giveaway that you seriously don't want to miss.  There are over $300 worth of prizes to be won!

Seriously, check out all these prizes up for grabs!!!!  (Can I just say I'm a little jealous I can't enter?  Ok, maybe a lot jealous...)

Head on over and enter right away!  I'm so excited to be working with these ladies on such a fabulous blog.  I can't wait to read it myself, let alone help contribute! :D

One last thing we have up our sleeve is an amazing Educents bundle!  We have each contributed one of our products from our TPT stores and combined them together for you

And the news gets even better because we are celebrating the launch of Primary Powers with an exclusive deal with Educents!

21 instant downloads, over 1,000 pages of materials that are ready to use, and variety of topics to pull your through months of teaching!  $100.75 retail value available for a limited time for $29.99 which is 70% off!  Extreme value alert!

Concepts covered are:  addition, subtraction, graphing, time, money, reading, fluency, spelling, writing, close reading, grammar, story element in fiction and nonfiction, and much, much more!  

Products are thematically correct for the upcoming seasons!  
- spiders and camping for October
- turkeys, Thanksgiving, scarecrows for November
- winter, penguins, the holidays, and New Years for December

Other great items include:
- a calendar that could be used as a parent gift
- a data folder to track student growth
- literacy and math centers
- printables
- units of study

Check out the previews below....

Eeek!  I can hardly contain my excitement about all of this!  I sure hope you'll check it all out.  Be sure to follow Primary Powers on Facebook and Instagram, too!  :)  Happy Hump Day!  We're almost through the week already!


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