Tuesday, December 4, 2012

The Twelve Days of Gift-mas Secondary Blog Hop Day 5!

Thanks for stopping by 
The Twelve Days of Gift-mas Blog Hop! 

Each day from December 1st-December 12th, a different middle school or high school blogger will join in this EXCITING blog hop! You don't want to miss out on the great freebies, specials, contests for gift cards, or giveaway shopping sprees in our TEACHERS pay TEACHERS stores. I hope that you were able to check out Mrs. Orman's Class and Hunger Games Lessons for Day 4. I stopped by to grab some freebies!

When I saw that Making It As a Middle School Teacher blog would be hosting the 12 Days of Gift-mas Holiday Linky, I knew it would be a great way to thank my awesome followers, and a chance to give teachers a holiday gift that they deserve!

"Five golden Rings" is appropriate for the FIVE FREE GIFTS that I have for you! They all fit into the "ring", or holiday themeThe first three priced items will be FREE to you for 24 hours only! The FREEBIES will be available from 12AM on Wednesday 12/5 to 12AM on Thursday 12/6. The holiday writing prompts are FREE everyday! Click on the images in order to download the products.

 On the 5th day of Christmas 
 Liz's Lessons gave to me....


Have your students get in a "ring" for this fun, and 
student-centered formative assessment! 
(24 hour FREEBIE!)

# 2

 Your French students will need a "ring" for their future spouse when they play M.A.S.H.!  
(24 hour FREEBIE!)

Buyer Comment: "Very creative activity. My students really enjoyed this one!"


If they are going to be hanging out with the celebs in this Spanish speaking activity, then they are going to need some rings to add to their collection of serious BLING!  
(24 hour FREEBIE!)

Buyer comment: "My students RAVED about this activity. I saw more engagement from this activity than I have from a lot of other activities. Great job!"

# 4 & # 5

Have your students practice their writing skills in the target language with these holiday themed writing prompts for beginner, intermediate, and advanced students, centered around Christmas, Hanukkah, and the New Year! 

Click HERE for TWENTY more FREEBIES from my store!

If you are looking for some holiday vocabulary for your students to use in the prompts above, or for more winter holiday activities, you may be interested in the priced vocabulary and activities below. 

Tomorrow you will be hopping over to Lessons From The Middle for the 6th Day of Christmas. You can check out all of the pages in the link-up below.

And last, but not least, THE CONTEST! 

Enter the BIG GIVEAWAY below for the chance to win a $25 SHOPPING SPREE to my store. You can purchase the products for yourself, or get something for a great colleague! 

Don't worry if you don't teach French or Spanish. I also sell formative assessments, and technology templates that you can use in any subject area!

I will post the winner on my blog on December 13th! Be sure to check in. At this point I will need your email address in order to send your winnings!

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  1. What great lessons! I'll be sure to let our Spanish teacher know! Thanks, Liz! -Tracee

  2. Technology! I'm getting my Master's degree in Classroom Technology so I would LOVE to have as many technology integrated lessons as possible! Thanks for the giveaway!

    Miss V's Busy Bees

  3. I hope this is where I'm supposed to answer the question... I need Santa to leave me a nice, tidy list of music that I can incorporate into teaching a variety of different themes. This is something I've been meaning to put together for AGES. I'd like it to only include "clean" lyrics, and perhaps in a database form, or an Excel pivot table, so that I can sort by different criteria. It doesn't have to include the actual music - I'll buy that on iTunes separately, but links might be nice to facilitate that. AND I'd like it wrapped in shiny paper with a pretty blue bow!

    You KNOW I've bought some of your products already, but I'd LOVE a shopping spree in your store so I could try out even more stuff! :-)

    Madame Aiello @ Teaching FSL

  4. I would love a series of thematic French Smart board activities for my primary class.

  5. Santa needs to leave me an organized list of Ipad apps that I can use in the classroom

  6. irishchick31-I'm hoping Santa will leave me a collection of 10-minutes-or-less activities in French to do when my planned lesson doesn't quite last 48 minutes... (Sorry, this comment was deleted by accident, but I had a copy of it in my email).


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