Fourth of July Blog Hop

Happy Fourth of July!

Several of my blogger friends and I have gotten together to bring you a Fourth of July blog hop like no other! At each stop of the hop, you can find out more about what the Fourth means to us and grab a freebie.

As a child I always equated fireworks with Independence Day.  My dad worked in a high rise overlooking the Mississippi River in Baton Rouge, and we would go watch them every year.  It was spectacular, and I got to stay up late.

After moving away from Baton Rouge and to Richmond, Virginia, I really realized what Independence Day means.  Virginia is FULL of history; something I had not experienced until I lived here.  Seeing the homes of some of our Founding Fathers showed me their hard work and what it takes to make a country like ours work.  And because of them, we have the democracy we have now, along with freedom.
My husband and I at Monticello, Thomas Jefferson's home

Because of our FREEdom and this blog hop, I am giving you my newest product ~ Sight Word Sentence Puzzles for Anytime.  This will only be available for free during the blog hop, July 4-6.  After that, it will go back to a paid item, so grab it while you can!  It is now $1.50 in my store.

And, just for fun, my entire store is on sale for 20% during the hop!  Head on over there and pick up some items at a discounted price!

Now, hop on over to SOL Train, another VA Blogger, to grab your next freebie!  Or you can use the linky at the bottom to head to all of the other blogs participating!

And as an added bonus, all of the participating bloggers have 'pooled their cash' to purchase 4 $25 TpT gift certificates and 1 $10 Target gift card!

The first four selected will receive the TpT gift certificates and the 5th winner will receive the Target gift card!
Enter here, or on any of the participating blogs:


  1. These puzzles are great. I look forward to using them. It seems like the missing piece I needed between single words and building sentences with just words. I wanted to leave feedback on the product page, but for some reason that wasn't coming up.
    Thank you for sharing a great and useful product.

  2. I'm so excited about this blog hop! I love learning new things and adding new blogs to my news feed! I share a birthday with our country, so we're always celebrating both on the 4th. Lots and lots of fireworks around our house!

  3. Thank you Andrea. Great addition to our blog hop.

  4. I am saving it for next year!

  5. Thank you for a wonderful opportunity to read, get to know all of you, and collect new ideas to help us teach!

  6. Thank you for such a nice freebie and the opportunity to learn more about your family!

  7. Thank you for the freebie!!!

  8. My kinders are sure to LOVE those puzzles! I like having an extra 'tool' in my toolbox for them to practice building and reading sentences! THANKS and hope you had a wonderful holiday!

  9. I love living in Virginia and getting to experience all of the amazing places that are here!

    Hanging Out in First!

  10. These are great puzzles! Thanks for sharing!

  11. Your pic of Monticello brings back wonderful memories of my trip there about 4 years ago. We drove through the Blue Ridge Parkway. Gorgeous! I never saw so many butterflies drifting around our car like that. Thanks for the wonderful freebie too! I hope you and your family had a wonderful weekend.

  12. Thank you for the blog hop fun! Fourth was fun and full of fireworks!

  13. Glad you had a wonderful holiday! I have a similar situation to you. I just recently moved to south Jersey, very close to Philadelphia. It has definitely changed the meaning of Independence Day now that I can be in the same area that the country was founded! Thanks for sharing the freebie!

    Eclectic Educating

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