MAKEOVER MADNESS!!

Hey, y’all!

I know I mentioned posting a tutorial for interactive PowerPoint books last week, but I have linked up with the lovely and talented ladies hosting the four-week long TPT Seller Challenge. Therefore, I am veering off my intended path to participate in the first challenge: Makeover Madness!


Makeover Madness requires participants to make over something from their Teachers Pay Teachers stores and share the changes with others. Luckily, I have been working on updating many of my older products already. I realized that I have added much better clip art and fonts to my inventory and have (hopefully) improved my PowerPoint/PDF skills since I began my store. When I look back at some of my previous attempts, I am frankly a little embarrassed. Here are some examples of FREEBIES I have already changed:




I have added a few others as well-you can see the them here. If you happen to already own them, you can re-download the new and improved versions for free.

For this week's challenge, I have been "remodeling" my Dog Days Language and Speech PackIt took forever, but it now has a new name, new look, and the addition of quantitative and qualitative concepts!

All of my updated products can be found here and are HALF off until Wednesday, so grab them for some easy and fun therapy ideas for summer or the very beginning of school. Comment below with your email address before midnight Wednesday, and I’ll choose one random person to receive an updated product of your choice FREE!

I am off to update all of my social media now. Enjoy!


6 comments

  1. I would love a copy!

    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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  2. Thank you both for commenting! I think I should have two winners, so I am sending it to both of you! Any suggestions for product improvement are also appreciated!

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  3. Thank you so much. Very generous of you. Happy Summer! =)

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  4. You seem like a dedicated teacher. Your plan for the Christmas activity sounds great. I hope the boys enjoyed making ornaments in class as well as home.

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