A little giveaway with a little freebie:)

Happy Thursday Friends! 

I hope you are all having a great week! I am sooooo eager to get into my classroom! This is SO late for me and I am dying to get in there. I know I have a ton of cleaning ahead of me! I have been warned:(

 My hubby and I finally get our car next week!!! It's been a long two weeks of us driving my mother in laws car around! 

I have been working on a few things that I would like to share with you! First, I am DONE with my "I can write the PURRRfect response"

What is included???

You can find them at mt TpT and TN shops! I would LOVE to give a set away! Leave a comment and I will pick a winner on Friday!

I have been buying a ton of things off of TpT lately! I really enjoy making my own things and buy from time to time, but since I have moved cross country and I am starting school sooner than I thought, I have had ZERO time to work on anything I wanted to! I am so thrilled with ALL of the purchases I have made!

One thing I want to do differently is how I do homework! 
Enter Christina Bainbridge!

I saw her Homework Club on Pinterest and also in my blog feed and read all about it. I bought it RIGHT AWAY! This was JUST what I was looking for and had zero time to make! 
And let's be honest...why even try and make it when she has done an AMAZING job!

Want a new way for your students to be super excited about turning in homework??? If you do, this unit is your answer! And no Christina did not tell me to write any of this!

So a part of this unit, she talks about how we all forget things from time to time. Students will forget a homework assignment. Since I don't want students to be out of the Homework Club for one missing assignment, I made these cute little cards!
I will give each student one at the beginning of the month. It's kinda like a free homework pass I guess. If a student forgets their homework they can turn in their card and still stay in the club. But that is it...a once a month deal!

At the end of the month, if they still have their card that means they turned in ALL their homework for the whole month and get to participate in the Homework Club Lunch. Christina explains all of this:)

I am thinking about doing something extra special for not using their Oops card. Any ideas? 

If you want these oops cards, you can get them for FREE here:) They also come in black and white!

Here is to a GREAT day!!!


  1. Super cute cards, Tonya! On my way to check out Christina's pack!
    Teaching With Style

  2. You always come up with cute packs! :)


  3. Thanks so much for the things you put up on your blog! I really enjoy looking through it for new ideas.

  4. Hope you have a good start to your school year!

    Christina :)
    Apples, Books, and Crayons

  5. Thanks for the shout out! :) I'm so glad you like the pack!

    *Bunting, Books, and Bainbridge*

  6. I would love to win the Purr-fect Response task cards...writing responses usually makes me want to tear my hair out! Fingers crossed...

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

  7. Your pack is adorable. I love it! I would love to win!


  8. It's crazy how I do something very similar to this and never read it anywhere else. Great minds, I guess. If they don't use their oops pass, I give them a PBIS buck to use in the school store.

    Fifth in the Middle

  9. Such a cute packet! Would love to win!

  10. I bought these back in October (before I saw this post) and suggested this to my whole 5th grade team because she did such an amazing job on these! The students looove homework club! We do extra recess, movie/popcorn time, board game time, electronic time, etc. They have really gotten much better at turning in homework!