Monday, August 8, 2016

Back-to-School Season

Back-to-School season is in full effect. For the past few weeks, I have been transitioning into my new classroom; as well looking around for great deals and loading up my shopping cart with school supplies for the new school year. 

Even with all the great deals out there, it can add up quickly. I am personally giving away $35 worth of secondary science resources, to two lucky winners, from my Teachers Pay Teachers store, Bond with James.  The methods to win will be shown in the Rafflecopter below. 

A few of my resources include:
1. High School Chemistry Bundle for Interactive Notebooks - which contains 7 topics and includes the gradual release model (I do, We do, You do) in the note taking process.
2. Chemistry Task Cards Series 9-in-1 Bundle - currently includes 459 task cards with answer keys and student answer sheets. 
3. Cells and Viruses for the Biology Interactive Notebook -  contains various graphic organizers, readings, and other activities covering cells and viruses. 
4. Food Chain and Food Web: Biome Card Sort Bundle - contains 6 different interactive biome card sorts. 

Please note that the winners will be contacted and must tell me which items the would like to select as I will not be providing gift cards.
a Rafflecopter giveaway


We have put together a BIG Blog Hop Giveaway: Four $100 Teachers Pay Teachers gift cards. Each blog post has a secret code word and number. The number tells you where the word falls in the secret sentence. My code word is: tomorrow's (11).  Make sure to collect the words from each blog, write them down in numbered order, and copy the secret sentence into the joint rafflecopter giveaway. This form is the same on every blog, so you only need to enter it once from any of the participating blogs. 
a Rafflecopter giveaway
After you have entered my Rafflecopter and the secondary science Rafflecopter, make sure to check out each secondary blog at the bottom of this post to enter the other Rafflecopter giveaways.  


You can also check out a tour of my classroom!



16 comments:

  1. Love your products. Would love more info on Pre-AP biology and increasing rigor.

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  2. Love your products. Would love more info on Pre-AP biology and increasing rigor.

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  3. It was wonderful to meet your this summer at the conference. Best of luck to you!

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  4. Due to some errors, I couldn't complete your task list for the giveaway :-( I am sure I must be doing something wrong..

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  5. Any ideas on stoichiometry are always welcome!

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  6. Best of luck this year! Thanks for joining in this effort.

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  7. Thanks for joining in the giveaway! I hope you have a great year in school and enjoy your new classroom!

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  8. Hey James, I love your chemistry task cards - and my students do too! It's great differentiated review.

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  9. I would love to see some STEAM ideas.

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  10. I teach Biology, Physics and Algebra 1 to English Language Learners and I am looking for resources/ideas on integrating ELA skills into the science/math content area.

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  11. I teach middle school science and am always looking for project-based ideas and activities.

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  12. I have your chemistry bundle and I like it. I also like how connected you are and how quickly you responded to my questions. You made my first go of INB fun!

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  13. I would love some thoughts on STEM notebooks and how to integrate into an interactive notebook. I also try to use my interactive notebooks to correlate with labs, so it's called a lab journal more. I would love for your thoughts and ideas to effectively have the lab portion intersect well with the interactive notebook diagrams. So, tp add in the STEM portion to this notebook would be great.

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  14. I love your blog and reference other teacher's to it all the time

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