12 Days of Christmas Freebies— What’s coming soon!

Welcome all to the beginning of another silly season, where we all start to go a little crazy with the end of year festivities and celebrations.

This year has been a good one for me, and I want to share the joy with all of my followers, both old and new!


So starting on December 12 I will be releasing a NEW FREE resource for you to use in your classroom, my little gift to you. All of the gifts will be available until January 2, and I will then remove them from my store. So be quick, spread the news and if you know someone who deserves something FREE let them know and encourage them to become a follower so they will get the reminders each day when they are released.

Link to my store here

So what is coming—well that’s a secret! BUT I can tell you that they are all brand new, never ever ever been available in my store before, and won’t be again! They will include lots of classroom resources that can be printed and used in your classroom straight away.

So be sure to go to my store and become a follower by clicking the little “green follow me star” at the top of the page.

You can also become a follower of this blog by entering your email details in the box, that way you will get another reminder of the new FREE gift that is coming each day.


Link to my store here

Until next time

Happy Teaching

Julia from Jooya


I am a wife, mother, daughter, friend and High School Music Teacher. I have an understanding husband, two grown up children and one cat. I love the country life, especially as I can look out my back door and enjoy a beautiful view of cows ansd pasture. What is even better is that I enjoy the view without the cost! It's my neighbours' property. I am a classically trained Opera singer, but very rarely sing in that style. I love singing and will gladly sing at the drop of a hat. I play the guitar, although strictly rhythm these days, no solos, and enjoy my Tuesday night African drumming class down the road - it is great therapy! I love working with my students to help them see the best in themselves. I love my job and actually enjoy creating resources for my students.

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