Read the Room Detective Jar....FREE for a short time!!

It has been a wonderful week back at school!  I'm not sure if it's the weather, the fact that I started running again, or the fact that I found out that I got my DREAM job for next school year!!  I applied a few weeks ago for a new position at our gifted and talented school for next fall.  I found out over spring break that I got one of the three positions!!  I will be teaching a 3rd/4th grade split of high ability students.  I do have to get certification in high ability added to my license which is 4 classes but I couldn't be happier.  Both of my daughters go to the lab school right now and it's a wonderful program.

On another note, as promised I am making my latest product free for the next 30 minutes!  It is a Read the Room Detective Jar for Word Work.  It's a lot like my Book Detective Jar.  Students choose a card from the jar and read the clue.  They then must search the room for words that fit the clue.  There is a worksheet provided for students to write their response.  I've included blank cards in case you would like to add your own clues.
It is listed in my TpT and TN stores.  You can get it free for a short time in my TpT store.  I would be thrilled if you would leave some feedback and ecstatic if you would pin it!  Thanks so much!!


  1. Great freebie! Congrats on your new position for next year!

    :) Tamra and Sarah
    First Grade Buddies

  2. Congratulations on getting your dream job! Change is always good especially if it is something you want! Thank you for the freebie,
    Ms. Jones’ Junction

  3. Congratulations on your new position!
    I am having a classroom photos linky party this week, I hope you can join me! (you may get some ideas on what to do with your NEW classroom ;) )
    Kindergarten Schmindergarten

  4. CONGRATULATIONS on your new position! That is wonderful to hear... This unit looks great. I couldn't grab it when you first put up the post, I was waiting in the doctor with my sick husband.

    I did add it to my wishlist. Looks super fun and I love the theme.
    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids