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Winner's Bundle!



I have not been doing a great job keeping up with my blog lately! Too many things going on!

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/March-Mayhem-Freebie-Bundle-1764469
Click here to go to the free bundle!
But, I did need to jump on here and type up a quick post about the Winner's Bundle that went along with March Madness tournament! If you read my "March Mayhem" post last month, you read that my collaborators and I (Tools for Teaching Teens group) put some of our paid products into bundles that went along with the teams in the tournament. Since Duke won, our Duke bundle is now free in our stores!  The bundle includes:

History Gal's Printable Greek Gods
Technology Integration Depot's Ancient Rome Bingo
Colorado Classroom's Parent and Student Communication
Middle School Math Moments' Decimal Division Color by Number
Math Giraffe's Triangle Classification
Leah Cleary's Fall of Rome


That's 6 paid products for FREE! The download will only be available Wednesday and Thursday. On Friday (April 10), the original March Mayhem freebie bundle will be back up for downloading.

To make things even more fun, we are all putting our stores on sale today (April 8) and tomorrow (April 9)! My entire store will be 20% off - including bundles!




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