Sunday, August 2, 2015

Huge Money Unit Flash Freebie and Currently!

A day late...but I've missed linking up with Farley for awhile, so now it's time to get myself back on track for the monthly link up. Don't forget to scroll down for the link to grab the money unit while it's still free.

Well back to school is quickly arriving, and I finally finished the final touches on my money unit. I've been using most of these activities in my classroom for quite awhile and actually had this unit done awhile back, but it needed some final tweaking before being posted in my store. Because I'm pumped about all the wonderful things I've found on TPT over the years and all the great things I know I'll get in the 2-day sale, I'm posting this unit as a freebie for a short time. It's 60 pages of fun activities and some assessments to help with all those money skills. Click on the picture to grab it while you can!

If you leave me feedback, be sure to leave a comment on this post or on my facebook page on the money unit post. I'll pick one person who comments to receive any item of their choice from my store.

Speaking of feedback...don't forget to get caught up on leaving feedback on items you've previously purchased so you can use those TPT feedback credits towards your sale purchases the next two days. I know I had to spend a few minutes getting caught up on that this weekend in order to be ready. Now off to finish looking over my wish list before the sale starts. Happy shopping!
And don't forget to go and link up with Farley if you haven't done so already.



In Transition 678 said...

I love Fixer Upper, also. I can't think of a better act of kindness than receiving a free cup of coffee in the morning. I don't teach math, but thank you for making your money unit available for teachers that do. That's very kind, as well. Thank you for stopping by my blog. :) Have a great school year. Damarise.

Paige said...

I love me some HGTV! If only my house could look like one of those places. I'm right there with you on wanting to be working in my classroom. I'm excited for the year to start but I could also use a couple more weeks of summer.

Paiges of Learning