Saturday, June 20, 2015

Fractions for Lower Elementary (1/2) and (1/4)

TPT Seller Challenge Week 1

Make Over MADNESS!!!!

We all like to send our students out the door with plans for how to avoid the "Summer Slide". We want them to keep up with the skills we've worked on all year. Thanks to the awesome teachers below, I'm on a path to not hit the summer slide with my creativity. They have set up a four week challenge. The challenge this week was to "makeover" a product that really needs a lift.

I originally created a fractions packet that provided simple activities for little ones to learn how to identify HALF FRACTIONS. It was wildly popular and others were asking if I had anything for other fractions. Since I teach kindergarten, I like to create things that I might use in my own class, so I also created a small packet to learn how to identify ONE-FOURTH FRACTIONS.

Here is what the face of those looked like in my store:

They both sell well. However, often times, I notice a seller will buy one and then come back and possibly buy the other one at another time. I have been meaning to combine them as one packet for some time, so the challenge came with a good motivation for me. Below is the new cover with both products combined and updated with thicker lines and newer fonts.

I have also been working at adding a preview to each product in the store so people can see what will be offered prior to a possible purchase.

This packet will be on sale until Monday, June 22nd, 2015 for just $2. If you would like to purchase the product, you can click on the preview picture above to be brought to the store.

In light of the makeover madness, I've finally added my blog to Bloglovin' too. Follow my blog with Bloglovin

If you would like to be part of the challenge this month, click on any of the buttons to be taken to the blogs of the teachers who are sparking an awesome challenge this summer! #tptsellerchallenge

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Sparkling in Second
Peppy Zesty Teacherista


  1. Replies
    1. Thank you! It was a lot of fun to update it and improve it.

  2. Your new look is so bright and fun! Great makeover. I look forward to seeing what you do next week in the challenge.
    Sandra's Savvy Teaching Tips

    1. Thanks so much!! The challenge has been enjoyable!


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