I joined the ladies over at Third in Hollywood, Sparking in Second, Peppy Zesty Teacherista, and Teach Create Motivate for a TPT Seller Challenge.
The challenge for week one? Makeover Madness. I instantly had big plans for giving several of my products a face lift, but I soon was thrown an extra challenge. The keyboard on my laptop stopped working. It already takes a decent chunk of time to create (and recreate) products for TPT, but not being able to type or use basic shortcuts has been quite the extra challenge.
I was determined to make this work though, so with the help of my computer's handy on-screen keyboard, I was able to update one of my freebies.
|Using my On-Screen Keyboard to Update my Reading Fluency Charts|
What is an on-screen keyboard, you might ask. Well, I don't recommend using it unless absolutely necessary because it is just that - a keyboard on your screen that you have to move your mouse to click on each letter you want to type. It is rather time consuming.
Even with this set-back, I persevered (after dragging my feet for several days). So I present to you an updated version of my Reading Fluency Charts:
The cover had a face-lift and the charts themselves now come in two versions: one with clipart that will appeal to younger students and one with a simpler designed (without clipart) that will appeal to older students.
If you're interested in grabbing this updates freebie, head over to my TPT Store by clicking here: Reading Fluency Charts.
Let me know what you think of the new look and enjoy!