Thursday, August 15, 2013

HUGE Back to School Sale!!!

If you are a teacher out there who has just gotten back in to their classroom or is preparing to do so for the upcoming year - you'll want to check this out!

The TeachersPayTeachers site is throwing a HUGE sale for the Back to School season. They are offering a coupon code that you can use to get 10% off.  And on top of that great savings, everything in my store will be an additional 20% off!  The coupon code is in the banner at the top of the page.  This coupon code can be used August 18th and 19th.  My store sale will run August 17th to the 20th!!

If you have used the site before, now is a great time to clean out those wishlists.  If you haven't used the site before, now is a great time to check it out. It is full of activities, lesson plans, organizers, clipart, and everything you could ever ask for for your classroom!

In my own store, I have a few new things for you to check out and pick up at an awesome discount. The first is a brand new PowerPoint and Notes pack on Reading the Periodic Table:

Click on any thumbnail to see that item in my store.

This presentation covers how to interpret the information given on each Element's square on the table.  Including Atomic Number, Atomic Mass, Chemical Name, and Chemical symbol. It also goes in to how to use this information to determine how many protons, neutrons, and electrons an atom of the element has. 

The other new items to my store are my Big Bundles! Now you can purchase many materials on the same topic at a big discount! Right now, you have two choices of bundles.  The first is the Periodic Table Bundle.  This includes 3 products: A Periodic Table Scavenger Hunt, A PowerPoint on Reading the Periodic Table, and a PowerPoint on the Families of the Periodic table.
And if THAT bundle isn't big enough for you, you can pick up the even BIGGER Chemistry Bundle!  This includes all three of the Periodic Table Materials PLUS a PowerPoint on Atomic Structure, a PowerPoint on Balancing Chemical Equations, a PowerPoint on Mixtures and Solutions, and a Chemical and Physical Changes project!          

 So head over to TpT folks, go nuts!  You wont regret it. =]

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