Sunday, December 30, 2012

Day 3: Diary of a ... Winter Writing Project

I hope everyone enjoyed the first two freebies.  If you missed them be sure to check back on my blog daily so you don't miss another freebie!

Today's freebie comes from Jodi at Realistic Teacher!  She is currently teaching 2nd grade.  Head on over to her blog and say hi to her!


Realistic Teacher

Jodi has a fun winter writing diary for your students to make that will last for 7 days.  It is called Diary of a Winter Writing Unit.  It's super cute.  To get this great freebie click on the picture below.  Then come back to the blog and be sure to leave a kind comment so we know how many of you downloaded the freebie!


Please stop by Jodi's blog, FB page, and TPT store to say hi and thank her for the exclusive freebie!  She has many other great products and freebies in her TPT store!  Check them out.  Thank you so much Jodi for the freebie for my readers, you are awesome!

Tomorrow a pretty new blogger who blogs about Science in Middle and High School has an awesome freebie for you that you are sure to love.  Tara's blog is called Science in the City.  Head on over and say hi to her and become one of her first followers!

Thanks for hoppin' by Hopkins' Hoppin' Happenings!  Keep on smiling!



14 comments:

  1. Thank you for this awesome freebie! I will definitely be using it next year. Unfortunately I have my writing planned for the third quarter this year already, but this looks like too much fun. Thanks again!

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    1. You are welcome! Wow you are on the ball to already have it planned for next quarter. :-) Always great to have something different for the next year.

      Brian

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    2. I spent the first half of my break planning because I got frustrated spending 12-14 hours away from home each day. My goal is to leave work by 4 p.m. each evening this quarter so I can spend time with my family. I love my students, but I haven't gotten enough time with my own girls this school year.

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    3. I totally know what you mean there. Your girls will totally appreciate it! Then maybe you can do the same thing over spring vacation and knock out the last quarter!

      Brian

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    4. Glad to hear it! Happy New Year to you and your family. :-)

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  2. Brian this is wonderful! Thank you! I was wondering if you might be able to make an alternative to Christmas Tree, such as evergreen tree. I have a few students who do not celebrate christmas. Just a thought, but I love it. Happy 2013!!

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    1. Lori,
      Thanks so much I'm glad you like it. It's not my product. Read above it came from Jodi at Realistic Teacher. You will have to go to her blog and find her contact information and ask her if she can do that.

      Happy 2013 to you too!

      Brian

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  3. going to use it when we get back to school for one my centers.

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    1. Glad to hear it Peggy! I hope your students enjoy it. :-)

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  4. Thanks so much for the awesome freebies!! I can always use new ideas after the break!

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    1. Welcome so glad they have been useful for you!

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  5. I love this!! I'm going to use this for my writing block next week when we return! Thank you! :)

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    1. Welcome, so glad it is something you are able to use! :-)

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