In addition to the TeachersPayTeachers Cyber Monday Sale, we have some other special announcements:
Que Hace Un Pez T-Shirts are back!!
But only for a limited time. From now through December 5, you can catch (get it?) two different styles of tees or a coffee mug. Personally, I think the coffee mug would make a great gift for a colleague.
You can orders yours now and get in time time for the holidays.
Enter to win our MovieTalk Bundle ($21 value) by printing out our FREE celebrity masks and taking a picture of one and tagging us on instagram or twitter (@spanishplans).
Stay tuned this week as we unveil another giveaway.
Also, there are big savings to be had on our Spanish Speaking Country Stamp Set. This set of 22 rubber stamps features beautiful imagery for each Hispanic country and you can get them all with a 25% special savings.
See this deal now and purchase at SpanishTeacherShop.com
Or purchase individual passport stamps.
And lastly, don’t forget to take advantage of CYBER MONDAY and Tuesday (11/28-11/29) on TeachersPayTeachers. Our products are priced 20% off and then get an extra 10% off at checkout using code CYBER2016.
Here’s some products we’d recommend taking advantage of the sale:
1) Our Bundles are already priced at savings, so when you take an extra 28% you are getting maximum savings. We typically don’t put on bundles on sale, so be sure to take advantage of this mega savings.
2)If you haven’t tried a MovieTalk yet, now is your chance. Buy the bundle with 8 ready to use lessons with embedded readings, such as:
3) Our Passport Template. Give each student a passport to track certain achievements throughout the year. We just posted a new bundle featuring our passports, airline ticket, passport stamp clipart, and country labels.
4) Authentic Webquests such as: Latin American Real Estate for House Vocabulary, Shopping at El Corte Ingles for Clothing vocabulary, Cooking with Youtube videos, Spanish Futbol, and how to use Wordreference as a dictionary tool.
5) Authentic Readings: Asking for advice from teen magazine, and talking about embarrassing moments, with great input for preterite/imperfect.