What’s in Your Cart? Linky Party

It’s time to unload those Teacher’s Pay Teachers carts and start prepping for Back to School 2014!


Each time TpT has a site-wide sale, I host a ‘What’s in You Cart? Linky Party. The idea is to write a blog post sharing what you will be buying in the new sale. I always like to see what others are purchasing because I might need it too!

The linky rules are as follows:

1. Write a new and original post that includes the graphic for the linky. Link back to the linky party so others can find it!

2. Share one of your recommended items from your store. Share any other items you are looking forward to purchasing.

3. Link up and share!

Any entries to the linky that do not have their own post will be removed. In past parties, sellers have linked up their own TpT materials directly. Those entries will be removed.

The Back to School TpT Sale will be Monday and Tuesday.

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Site wide sales are pretty cool because you can save up to 28% off. The promo code above will get you 10% off anything. Most sellers put their stores on sale for an additional %.

Let me get started with what’s in MY cart! As you might have heard me mention, I’m moving down to preschool for this year! I’m really excited to be back with my little ones. They make me so happy.

I just made several new Laura Numeroff book companions to start off the school. I think they would be the perfect way to start your school year!


I’ve got a bundle to save you some money! Take a Mouse to School, Give a Mouse a Cookie, and two different mouse articulation companions. You can find my Mouse Bundle in my TpT shop! During the sale it’s a huge bargain!


The Kissing Hand is another book I always use at the beginning of the year. This packet is huge and also include AAC activities!

Since I’m making the move to Preschool I filled my cart up with skills for those little ones.



Match it Quick: CVC from Courtney Gragg I have a lot of her Match It sets, but this will be great for the little ones.


Verb Color A Deck from Courtney Gragg. Also from Courtney are these super cute color cards for grammar.


Bubble Letter Artic for KGFV by Jenn Alcorn. My girl Jenn has made these really cute bubble letter activities. Perfect to print and keep in my rolling cart to grab and go.


Let’s Pick a Pet by Chatterbox Speech I’ve had my eye on this packet from my friend Lora for a while. It’s really cute!



Super Hero Syntax by Denise Polley. This packet looks great for targeting receptive language.



Pronoun Farm Fun  by Queen’s Speech Farming is always one of the first themes of the year so I think this pronouns farm fun will be perfect.

That’s what is in my cart! Please link up below!



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Lovely comments

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    I love this link-up and plan on joining soon!

    Did you recently get a new blog design? Sorry if it’s been like this for a while, but I only just noticed and I LOVE it! I love cartoon you with the curly blond hair! Adorable :)

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    I love seeing what other people are buying at the sale! I’m headed over to start following your store right now. Thanks for some great ideas :)

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    Natalie Snyders says

    Thank you for hosting! I always love seeing what is in other SLP’s carts – and find out what I’ve missed! :)

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    Thank you for hosting this. I’m new to blogging and linky parties. Still learning the ropes. : )
    Your blog is very nice looking. Great job.


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    My first time joining the linky party! I could waste all day checking out what everyone else has in their carts!

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    Thank you so much for hosting this party! I’m enjoying so much seeing what others plan on purchasing for this school year! Of course, all these wonderful posts from others is making my TPT cart full!

    I linked you up at my blog in hopes to bring more people over! So much fun!


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