Try it Free Tuesday {think, talk, teach} - Miss Kindergarten

Try it Free Tuesday {think, talk, teach}

Thanks for stopping by the last week of Try it Free Tuesday 2015!
I have been enjoying featuring new products for you to try out for FREE!

{button by the fabulous Lyndsey Kuster}

I'm so very excited to share the last TiFT post with you today!

Today's freebie is brought to you by the amazing Miss DeCarbo
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Christina is a first grade teacher in Northeast Ohio. She is passionate about literacy instruction and loves designing curriculum that promotes creativity and critical thinking skills! Christina also presents teaching workshops and professional development sessions for SDE, educational service centers, and local school districts. Her favorite part about being a teacher is watching children's curiosity and confidence develop and grow throughout the school year!
Oral language is the foundation to which students learn! Speaking and listening skills and standards are often not given enough priority within the classroom, and yet your students’ communication abilities are a vitally important component of their success in this world. Think, Talk, Teach Daily Discussion and Oral Language for Little Learners helps you intentionally focus on speaking and listening skills within your classroom. It will engage your students in collaborate discussions and increase their overall communication abilities as they practice speaking in *extended, complete sentences!* GREAT for ESL students!

Today, Miss DeCarbo is offering a sample of her Think, Talk, Teach! for you to try for FREE!


Download this amazing freebie today, September 1st ONLY! Be sure to tell your friends before time runs out!


  1. Thanks for the freebie! I actually already have these and LOVE them! Last school year, I worked with students with autism who made huge growths in receptive/expressive language, as well as general social skills. We kicked off every session using these prompts :) Christina is a genius! Thanks again, Jen

  2. Wow! I feel like I won the jackpot. This is going to be so helpful to my students this year. Thank you for your generosity.


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