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Friday, January 13, 2012

Cut-and-Glue Sentences for Spring and a FREEBIE!

     I just finished my latest product, "Cut-and-Glue Sight Word Sentences for Spring!"  It's a new version (new clip art, novel sentences) of my popular Cut-and-Glue Sight Word Sentences series.   Here are a couple of pictures from the Halloween version:

     Students not only work on sight words with this product, but they also learn punctuation, capitalization, and sentence structure--all while improving their fine motor skills by cutting and gluing!  
My students learn so much and enjoy doing these, so I think everybody's class should get some free pages!  So, while I was debating whether or not to offer a freebie, my 4-year-old daughter said, "Make a freebie, Mom!"  Even though I'm not sure she really knows what that means, it sounded good to me!  
     In my store on Teachers Pay Teachers, you get a page of each type of cut-and-glue sentence by clicking on the "Download Preview" button on the product page.  But this time, you can have 2 free pages THAT ARE DIFFERENT FROM THE PURCHASED PRODUCT (so if you buy it, you'll have 12 unique pages, not just a repeat page from the product).  The sentences on one page have 5 words each, while the sentences on the other page have 6 words each to allow for differentiation. 
Click on the caption below the picture to visit GoogleDocs and GET YOUR FREEBIE!  


Click here to see the new product
(It's on sale thru midnight on Monday for only $1!)
Thanks for reading!
Hope you enjoy the freebie!

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  1. Love these! Will have to add this to my wish list! Thank you for the wonderful freebie! :)
    Crayons and Curls

  2. I LOVE all of the cut and glue sight words packs! I started doing a sentence book with my kinder kiddos last week with the original cut and glue packet and we will soon move on to the winter pack. They love them and are doing so well with them! Thanks for the great products and the freebie!


    Growing Up Teaching

  3. This is great! Thank you for the *freebie*! I am a new follower and would love for you to come visit me when you get the chance! I have TONS of *freebies*!

    Heather's Heart

  4. I love your sentences; however, for a time saver for me and others wanting to put these into a center, is there a way you could put one sentence a piece on a sheet. This way students could be more independent and I wouldn't have more to do by separating them all?

    1. Sorry, but somehow I missed your post. I usually cut the sentences apart beforehand, reminding them to do one at a time. You can always cut one set apart and make copies with one per page. Thank you for your interest in my products!