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Well, hello there!
Please contact me via email at

I love to review educational products and am happy to review yours! There are three things that I like to do when I review a product:
1. take amazing pin-able photos of your product in action
2. pin it to as many pinterest boards as I can
3. give something away to the readers (the product I reviewed or a gift card to your company).
I run a Rafflecopter on the giveaway portion that requires them to follow your Facebook page and another form of media your choice. Winner(s) are picked by me at random and I provide you with their email to send the item.  I only have time to review a few products a month, but really love doing this, so sometimes I can make more room. Here are samples of recent giveaways:

Simply click any picture below,
 and you will see the full review.


Smart resource for smart teachers 

Win sharpener

The post above was quite special. I organized 30 bloggers and we all reviewed the GoNoodle site. We all wore the t-shirts, blogged about it, and linked our sites together to help launch this amazing brain break site!

To see all reviews as one long post 
click {here}

Teacher Free For All-Shout Out
You want to be a feature teacher? OK, lets do this! I need THREE things from you via email.
1. The product image
2. Product link to your blog or TpT Store
3. You blog button image with a clear background behind it (this is a PNG file).
I will do my very best to get you into the mix.

Common Core Crisis
Katie, help me I am in Common Core Crisis. I need ______________________.
I am right there with you and I feel your pain. We will figure it out together.

Typo in Product
Lord have mercy, I am sorry. Email me and I will fix the error send AND you another product for free.

Product Won't Print
There is an amazing blog post on product print malfunctions {here}! Click the pink word here or the image below from Erica's blog. You will love her blog. 


  1. LOVE your passages for fluency. I'm all ready to purchase my fall bundle, and notice some passages are long(ish)...14 lines. My longest pocket chart has space for 10. Any idea where I can find one like yours?

    1. I made my pocket chart, but in your case keep what you already have and use a few pieces of tape and tape the last few lines together. Then tape them to your pocket chart. I have to do this too sometimes.


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