Makeover Madness (TPT Seller Challenge Week 1)

This is week one of the TPT Seller Challenge, and I am so excited! It's good for me to have something specific to focus on so that I get something done. : )  This week we are supposed to make over one of our items from our TpT store, whether it is just the cover or the entire product. I decided to work on my Punctuation Nation board game. This is just a little game that helps students practice their end-of-sentence punctuation. Here it is:


I made other changes within the product itself, to make it a lot cuter and up-to-date. I think it is really cute now.

Here's the old cover. There's pretty much not anything I like about it.

And the new one. I really like this. It looks so much cleaner and up to date.
This is a fun game to help your kids practice how to read a sentence with punctuation accurately. A lot of the time kids are so monotone when they read, and missing the punctuation can change the meaning of a sentence. It also helps kids identify the correct punctuation to use in a sentence.

To see more details, check it out by clicking below. This will be on sale for the rest of the week!



Stay tuned for more TpT Seller Challenge Fun! Who knows what's in store for next week!

To learn more about #TPTSellerChallenge, click here.




9 comments:

  1. Wow you really spruced that up! Great job!

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  2. Nice cover! I like the color combo and cute clip art.

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  3. That looks so good!! :) I love the colors!

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  5. I really like your makeover cover! It feels great to have a new look, doesn't it? I had to smile when reading your questions -- BEFORE cover -- I found myself with similar questions -- like "what was I thinking?"
    The Red Brick Road Teacher

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  6. Love the make over!! I have to check out this game for my kiddos. I get a little obsessed with teaching this aspect of fluency! :)

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    1. Thank you! I know, if kids aren't reading the punctuation correctly, it can totally change the meaning of the sentence!!

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