Did you know that if you are a blogger, you can get a free shirt from teachershirts.com with your logo on it? I ordered mine this week using their design tool options. You can customize it with your logo and they even have a TpT logo that you can use. The turn around time is supposed to be pretty quick though there is a note that they are experiencing high volumes of traffic right now. I got a shirt from them a few months ago that I won in a contest and I was bummed that the woman's shirt was short and boxy. This time I went with the unisex version with the hope that it will be longer. I can't wait to see it in real life. In the meantime, here is a look at mine.
This week during tutoring, the 4th grade I tutor was getting ready for a test on measurement and converting metric and customary units. I made her some task cards with QR codes to help her review. First, I gave her the cards and some washi tape and we hung them up around the room.
I posted the task cards in my TpT store in case anyone else can use them. They come with a color set, a black and white set, two different recording sheets, an answer key (if you don't want to use the QR codes) and a reference sheet for all of the different units and their equivalencies.
HERE. I submitted it awhile ago and never heard anything so I was surprised to get an email saying it was live and I was part of it. If you haven't heard of HARO (help a reporter out), you should check it out. It can connect you with blogs, websites, newspapers, magazines and more and you can share you knowledge and what you love to do with others.
Have a great weekend, friends!!!