The Farmer’s Market Handouts Available for purchase

I’ve had several (like 45+!) e-mails asking if I would be willing to sell my handouts from my workshop to those who did not win my comment contest a few weeks ago.

I’ve obtained a button through PayPal so that can happen.  The cost is $5.00 + $2.00 for shipping.  I tried to keep the cost low (because I know that as teachers we don’t make a lot! 🙂  ).

What will you receive for your $5.00 you ask?

Full color copies of my Literacy Work Station checklist handouts, planning sheets (that have not been posted on the blog), poems, songs, bibliographies for themes covered (Monarchs, Farm, Fall Changes, Fall Animals, Composting/Worms), my Full Day Kindergarten schedule (newly updated for 2009-2010), binder tabs to organize the handouts, and photos taken during my workshop (June 15th, 2009).

Click the button to order now! 🙂  I will also post this button on the left side of the page, where it will stay! 😉

I will be doing more of these workshops throughout the school year and will post a PayPal button after each of those handout sets are complete.

Kristen 🙂

About Kristen Poindexter

I am the 2014 National Shell Science Teacher, 2014 PAEMST Awardee for Science, and a Kindergarten teacher who blogs about my adventures in teaching!

Posted on June 13, 2009, in Presentations, The Farmers' Market. Bookmark the permalink. 3 Comments.

  1. I hope your presentation(s) are going well! I am so impressed with all of your resources and willingness to share ideas. I can’t wait to look through the latest handouts.


  2. This is just a thought but you could cut down on the cost and shipping if you could figure out how to send everything through e-mail. Might not work, but just a thought…


    • kristenskreations

      I wish I could do that! 🙂 The Farmer’s Market Handouts include 60+ pages and lots of graphics. I decided to offer the option to purchase on CD only to be “green”, and so my printer wouldn’t hate me in the future! The CD comes with lots of extras that I am unable to print and send because of the size of envelope.
      I also am working on trying to get everything saved as a PDF so I could e-mail them, but some of the graphics are being tricky, so it’s taking a little time! Thanks for the suggestion and please know I’m working on it–just may be a little further down the road! 🙂
      Kristen 🙂


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