Wednesday, April 16, 2014

More Spring Smartboard Games & a Quick Giveaway!

In my classroom, I teach the core part of phonics in the morning, then review our new topic (and previous topics) at the end of the day after snack.  It's nice to have Smartboard games that the students can manage independently... and of course, it helps if they're cute!

I've been hard at work making phonics and phonemic awareness games for my students and I have SIX new games to share with you!


Spring Beginning Blends: "bl" and "br" Game for Smartboard or Promethean Board!

Spring Closed Syllables Game for Smartboard or Promethean Board!

Spring Ending Blends: Spelling CVCC Words for Smartboard or Promethean Board

Editing Spring Themed Sentences for Smartboard or Promethean Board

Spring Themed Ending Blends Game for Smartboard or Promethean Board

Spring Themed Middle Vowel Sounds Game for Smartboard or Promethean Board


I also added these games to my Spring Smartboard/Promethean bundle if you want to save 40% on all 12 Spring themed games I currently have up for sale.

Bundle of Spring Themed Smartboard and Promethean Board Games - 14 Games - Save 40%


Now of course, for a quick giveaway.  I'm making my grandma's famous spinach ravioli again this Easter.  Yesterday, I made the stuffing and dough, and today I'll start making a million tiny ravioli (okay, not a million, but last year we made 723 ravioli... yikes!)

Anyway... how long did it take me to make the spinach stuffing?  I rounded the time to the nearest 15 minutes.  Whoever guesses correctly first will win all FOURTEEN games!

14 comments:

  1. I guess 30 minutes!
    Jennifer
    loularkin@comcast.net

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  2. I guess 15 minutes. :)
    Nicole
    nikkistaa@yahoo.com

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  3. I will guess 45 minutes...sounds delicious! I would so love to win this! This is great!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  4. Keep guessing everyone! I should have specified earlier... I had to de-vein the spinach!

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  5. 3 hours- thanks so much for the opportunity.
    yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

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  6. 5 hours! britpmiller@gmail.com

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  7. Four hours! I hope it turns out great.
    Jennifer
    loularkin@comcast.net

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  8. Two and a half hours.
    jarchibald@graniteschools.org

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  9. Am thinking you are experienced so 55 mins!

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  10. 723 ravioli, deveining! I want to come to dinner (sigh). I'm guessing 1 hour, 25 minutes, to possibly allow for blanching. elyonsomg@gmail.com

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  11. Joan was right! It took me two and a half hours to make the stuffing! I had to de-vein 48 oz. of Spinach... then I talked to my mom afterwards and she told me I didn't have to de-vein it, only to take the stem off. Argh! Now I know better for next year!

    Joan - I'm sending you the set now!

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