18 June 2015

TPT Seller Challenge: Product Makeover

I am super excited to join the #TPT Seller Challenge hosted by Third in Hollywood, Sparkling in Second, Peppy Zesty Teacherista, and Teach Create Motivate.   The first challenge is to make over a product.  For this challenge, I decided to give some love to one of my personal favorites.  This product contains my mighty message or theme posters.
 
The posters pretty much stayed the same, but I did add one more mighty message to the set.  It was time to add RESPONSIBILITY.  My students requested that I add it to our posters, since it's a theme we started to see frequently in many of the books we read.
 

If you purchased this product in the past, you are in for a surprise.  There are a couple of additions to this resource that I think you'll LOVE!.  Now included, you will find the Mighty Messages on a ring.  I absolutely love these!!! My eyesight is not so great, so sometimes I have trouble reading my posters from afar.  It will be nice to have these cards right at my fingertips.
 The cards can be printed 2-sided.  The back contains lines where you can record book titles that correspond with each of the mighty messages. 

 

I also added these tabbed journal pages that can be used to introduce each of the messages.  Students will also use these pages to keep their own list of book titles for each of the mighty messages.

This is one of my favorite resources and it's one that gets used daily by my little ones.  I love that my students often explain the mighty message of a story without any prompting from me.  This truly makes my teacher heart burst with joy!

Check it out in my TPT Store!!!
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Mighty-Messages-744034
I'd love to give away a free copy of this resource.  Simply leave your e-mail in the comments and I'll give a free copy away to one lucky winner tomorrow evening.

And the winner is...

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14 comments:

  1. What a great product! My students have a hard time with theme and often it's because they just can't come up with one word to describe the main message! It would definitely help to have some ideas posted for them to choose from. And responsibility is definitely and important theme to include! I wishlisted this so {if I don't win it} I can go back and purchase it for next year. :)
    My email is crystallevig@gmail.com.
    Crystal
    www.funandlearningatbba.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks bunches for the sweet comment!!!
      :) Colleen

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  2. These would be a great addition to my class in the fall. My little ones had some issues with getting the messages last year and this would help them so much.
    My email is cristina.padilla@mavs.uta.edu

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  3. Oh my gosh, I love these!!! I teach at a Christian school and we have a monthly theme in our "chapel" sessions. I could easily use these and the students could write Bible verses for each trait. I want to do a Bible notebook for next year too. If I'm putting these on my wish list in case I don't win. ;) My email address is lizdeal5@gmail.com

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    1. I had a teacher purchase it last year that also worked in a Christian school. I made her an additional poster that said. Faith: I can trust in the Lord. I really wish I could use it in my own classroom. Thanks so much for your sweet comments! You made my night.
      :) Colleen

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  4. Next week is the last week of school where I work, and my students still needs to hear these messages - love the make-over! skrevat@juno.com

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  5. P.S. I just looked through your store and I want everything. So if you notice your wish list numbers increasing, it's because I wish listed everything. :) :)

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  6. Looks like a great product to teach theme! I've always wanted to post book covers on posters around my classroom corresponding to the different themes but have never got around to it. Those rings would be helpful, at least for my memory.

    Jessica
    Literacy Spark

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  8. Great idea! anhudacek@gmail.com

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  9. We have five core values at our school, but this would be a great way to expand on those. I love the combination of real world and text connections! tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

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  10. Thanks so much to everyone who participated! And the winner is....Crystal.
    Hope your students love it!
    :) Colleen

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  11. lenorafay@msn.com

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