Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Worksheet Wednesday Linky--FREEBIE and GIVEAWAY!!

WOAH!  It's hard to believe that it's already Wednesday, and there is ONE MORE workday that stands between ME and SUMMER!!!!!!!!  YAHOO!!!!!

It's Wednesday, and you know what that means!!  WORKSHEET WEDNESDAY!  Better yet---FREE worksheet Wednesday!

I'm linking up again with The Teaching Tribune again today:
This week I have not only a FREE ELA worksheet, but also a giveaway (my VERY first!) to go along with it!!!
I finally put the finishing touches on my The Best Christmas Pageant Ever unit this week!!  Hooray!!! and today only I am offering the FINAL test for free!  Just click on the picture above to get the freebie!

This unit as whole contains multiple text based comprehension questions for all 7 chapters.  It also contains discussion question cards featuring the same questions as the worksheets for all 7 chapters for students to use in literature circles, guided reading, or group work if you don't want the questions in worksheet form.  I have also included a biopoem project and of course the freebie today-the final comprehension test.

Sooo...since this is a Christmas themed printable, and it's June, I figured--Christmas is the season for giving, so I will be giving this unit away for FREE!!!

All you need to make sure that you do is either
1.  Follow me on Facebook
2.  AND/OR follow me on Bloglovin'
3. AND/OR follow me on my TPT store
If you're feeling the "holiday spirit" you can follow me on all 3. :)

At some point between NOW and next Worksheet Wednesday, I will be placing this unit in my TPT Store for FREE for a 4 hour window (don't worry it won't be during the nighttime hours ;)).  I will be putting out a Facebook notice, an e-mail to my TPT followers, and a temporary blog post that the unit is UP and ready to GO!

This is a great book for grades 3-5, and even if you have never read it before, a FREE UNIT is a GREAT reason to start!!!!

I can't wait to meet more bloggers and teacher friends out there!!!!
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  1. Sure hope I don't miss your alerts. I LOVE this book and would really enjoy getting the unit for free. THANKS!



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