Tuesday, September 24, 2013

Blogversary - Freebie for Day 1

My blog will be 1 year old on the 29th September.  Whoo- whoo
I started this blog as a way of keeping a record for me about my teaching life.
It has taken on a life of its own and has become very addictive. I cannot imagine not having a blog. The people I have 'met', 'talked' to, given advice and received advice from cannot be measured.
I could not have predicted how it would change my professional life.

So - to say thanks - keep reading

You know that film - 'Julia and Julia', where she decided to cook everyday, my quest was not quite like that but in 365 days I have blogged 326 days! I did say it has become addictive.

I am so lucky to have the family I have, the friends I have, the workplace I have. These people have enabled me to do what I do and do what I love.
I have thought long and hard about this - what to do to celebrate?
A rafflecopter chooses one or two blog followers, not enough for me to say thanks.
I could have asked for donations/help to celebrate - but that isn't about my work or my blog. I wanted to do something that meant it was about what I have worked on and will/can give to you.
So for the next 6 days I will place a freebie in google docs that you can download - all I ask is that you like my facebook page and/or become a follower on my blog if you are not already.
Each freebie will be available for one day only and will then be removed and replaced by another. If you miss it - you miss it. (Google docs wont open on mobile devices i.e. iPads)

Today's freebie is Lady Bug Maths

click here for google docs - remember it is only available for one day. Please don't share beyond your own classroom - copyright still stands about you giving it away.



Happy stalking me over the week and a huge thankyou for visiting my little blog.

4 comments:

  1. Paula, I started a blog also about a year ago. How do I get people to visit it besides through Pinterest?
    And how do I attach documents.
    Thanks for any help you can give me! Check out my blog and let me know what you think

    Sharon

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  2. Goofy me!! My blog is The Feisty Classroom slfeist.blogspot.com

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  3. Hi Paula,

    Congrats on your anniversary! And thanks for the freebie. I always look forward to reading your posts. :)

    Lauren
    Love, Laughter and Learning in Prep!

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  4. one year and so many blog posts! Well done!
    Love the ladybug maths but when I went to print it came up with an error message on google docs. I have done a similar lesson but used red paper plates and black sticker dots. (I love paper plates, so versatile!) Your way it much cuter and neater!

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