Saturday, January 14, 2012

Love to Joplin Linky Party

Although I am not a kindergarten teacher (and in my wildest dreams, I could never be!), I was so touched by a recent post on Mrs. Wills' Kindergarten blog.

She has organized a link-up to help support the teachers in Joplin who lost so much when their town was devastated by a tornado last May.

Many blogging teachers have joined together to donate items from their TpT or Teachers Notebook stores to be shared with the Joplin teachers. If you have a store, I know that Mrs. Wills would be thrilled to have more teachers link-up.

I don't have a store, but I did find another option that is just right.  And if you're like me and you don't have a TpT store, you can still participate in this sweet give-to-another by sending a TpT gift certificate to a Joplin teacher  Maybe this will be just right for you too.

Click on that heart to head on over to Mrs. Wills' blog for the rest of the directions.  We all know that our Bloggy Network is a wonderfully caring and supportive place.  Why not click along with us and send some love too?


  1. YAY Kim - a gift certificate is a perfect idea!! Tammy over at Klinger Cafe did the same . . . they're going to be ShOwErEd with LOVE!!!

    You're funny . . . maybe our blogs do communicate . . . happy weekend.


  2. Help! I want to buy a gift card but I can't seem to find it to do it!
    Thank you. Sorry for yelling! :)
    A Teeny Tiny Teacher

  3. Hi Kristin!
    I went to Mrs Wills' blog and clicked on her TpT link and it took me to the spot.
    Try this:

    Happy Day, Friend!


  4. This is a great cause. Thank you for posting. Would it help out if I just bought some items from others who are contributing?

  5. Such a great way to come together as teachers!!

    ❤ Mor Zrihen from...
    A Teacher's Treasure
    Teaching Treasures Shop

  6. Thank you so much for your generous gift!!! By the way, I'm pretty sure I could never teach 6th graders...

    Thank you again!


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