Tuesday, January 14, 2014


I want to highlight each and every sweet person that donated to this giveaway!  There are some really amazing products!!

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Kelly from My Fabulous Class donated a wonderful Valentine's themed "Sweet Treat Clip Cards".  Kelly also created an adorable snowman out of a formula container!  She also made sweet little wands to go along with it.  What kid wouldn't want to play with it??? 
Class of Kinders is offering "winner's choice".  What a treat!  I spent a while perusing all of her amazing products and finally came up with her 100th day of school necklaces.  It is timely and oh, so cute!
What I Have Learned donated an super variety of Valentine math centers.  These centers are geared to 2nd-3rd grades.  They include graphing, multiplying, fractions, three digit addition, two digit subtraction, and word problems. 
These center and work station activities are designed to help students develop key mathematical concepts while promoting holiday fun. Each center comes with a worksheet to extend thinking beyond the sorting activity.
Janet Rainey is offering "winner's choice".  It is such fun for me to go to each store and make a wish list of all the fun products that I see.  If I was the winner, my choice would be this ingenious craftivity foldable, and assessment.  Great stuff!

True Life I'm A Teacher is offering a bundle of writing prompts.  These can be printed and used in a writing center. They can also be displayed via a projector as morning work, journal work, or specific writing prompt practice. They could even be used as conversation starters during morning meeting. There are 100 creative writing prompts.
The Reading Bungalow donated a fun game!  "Space Racers" allows students to practice blends, digraphs, and double consonants.  Such a fun addition to any classroom!
 Learning Lab donated a fun "Valentine's Day Scoot" game.   A scoot game involves students answering questions from a task card on an answer sheet at different numbered stations. After a few minutes at a station, the teacher yells, "Scoot!" and the kids rotate to the next station and answer the next question. Scoot games are a great way to assess student skills in a fun way. They are perfect for those classes that need a little bit of movement in their day!
A New Day of Learning donated a "Spelling Slap" game.  This is a spelling game based on the classic card game Slap Jack! The words in this game are all high frequency words.
Cara from Kindergarten Boom Boom is offering "winner's choice. Not only do I LOVE the name of her store, her products are just as great!  I looked around for a long time and decided that my wish would go to "Valentine Word Hunt".  Such fun! 
QR Queens donated "Fun with Dental Health and QR Codes".  Just scan the QR Codes on the task card or individual cards using any device with camera capabilities (such as a Smart Phone, iPad, tablets, etc.) and watch your students immediately become actively engaged while exploring and learning interesting facts about Dental Health via songs and videos!
Tomorrow, I will finish up the highlights of these amazing authors and products.  Thanks for exploring with me!

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