Monday, September 16, 2013

TPT *Reading Activity* Best Seller Linky and Giveaway!

Caitlin and Carrie from Table Talk with C&C are hosting a very exciting *TpT Best Seller Linky Party and Giveaway* this week.   I am very excited to be donating my best selling reading activity for this linky and giveaway!  They wanted to have a linky and giveaway that showcases all of your hard work and dedication to making your products meaningful and engaging for your students.  We all know how passionate we are about blogging and TpT product making, that we wanted to also celebrate all your hard work and accomplishments as a TpT seller.  The countless hours of creativity you put into these beautifully and thoughtfully made products deserve a little bit more love!  Why not celebrate them right here, right now?!?! Who's with us?  

The best part is that we connected with 14 TpT Sellers who have donated their best *reading activity* seller item and we want you enter to win them!!!  Enter the rafflecopter for a chance to win ALL of our donator’s Top Selling *reading activity* TpT Product! Yes, you heard me correctly all 14 items FREE!!  
Starting today, 9/15/13, you will have a chance to share your best reading activity seller through the linky AND enter the rafflecopter to win all of these amazing products!

Here's how it's going to work.  
1. Take a look through your TpT Store and sort your products by "Best Sellers."  
2. Find the product that is your best selling "reading " related product.
4. Enter the giveaway for a chance to win a *FREE* best selling reading activity!
5. Spread the word about the linky and giveaway through all your social media!!

The *best selling reading activity* linky will be up for one week and then we will share the winner from the rafflecopter!

My best selling reading activity is my Independent Reading Goal Setting product.  Students set monthly independent reading goals for books *finished*.  They also have an opportunity to reflect on their goals each month.  Students collect bookmarks for each book that they finish.   On these bookmarks, students write a quick summary of the book and whether they recommend that book for others to read.  I have used this in my classroom for 3 years now and my students really enjoy it.  
Our classroom chart to graph our reading goals

Students keep track of their own goals

Bookmarks that students collect to show off the books that they have read.  They LOVE counting these!

Enter this fantastic giveaway and don't forget to check out the links others have left for their best reading seller!
Have a great night!


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