November 30, 2017

Warm Up with a Winter Giveaway!!

With the temperatures dropping and December right around the corner, we thought it would be a great time for a GIVEAWAY!!
 
 
We are so excited to have teamed up with some of our wonderful teacher friends to give away three exciting prizes!

 
First Prize....a $100 TeachersPayTeachers Gift Card!
Wow!! Think of all the great things you can buy!
 
Second Prize....a Kindergarten pack with a 
product from five different TpT authors!

All of these products will be a great addition to your classroom!
Here is a little look into all the awesomeness you could win:

1. My Happy Place ~ 
Winter Holidays Fine Motor Skills Task Boxes (Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa) 
This product is full of fun activities to promote the development of fine motor skills.

2. Crayons and Cuties in Kindergarten ~
 Gingerbread Emoji Math Centers
Fun emoji math centers to help your children learn numbers 1-10! 

3. Kelly and Kim's Kreations ~ 
Mitten Mischief! (reading, retelling, & writing for The Mitten by Jan Brett) 
Your children will have so much fun retelling this story with the included story props and lacing mitten to store them. 

4. Creation Castle ~ 
Hibernation
This unit will help your children learn about hibernation and why animals do this in the winter.

5. White Desk Design ~ 
Turkey Claus: Literacy & Math Activities
This product includes a variety of activities to go along with an adorable read aloud.

Third Prize....a 1st Grade pack with a
product from six different TpT authors!


Just look at all these amazing products!

1. First Grade Fun Times ~
Christmas Writing Prompts for December
These daily morning quick writes are a way fun way to write about seasonal activities.

2. Differentiation Station Creations ~
January Word Wall : Penguins, Hibernation, Winter Thematic Word Lists
Children can write about winter anywhere they go with these portable word wall lists!

3. Shafer's Shenanigans ~
Holiday Thank You Notes (Fully Editable)
These are perfect for writing thank you notes to parents, students, or staff members or creating gift tags!

4. Brenda Tejeda ~
Reading Comprehension Cut & Paste Passages WINTER
Read and answer questions to practice comprehension and fluency.

5. Resource Ranch ~
Winter Writing Activity Draw Three and Write with Me
Put a creative twist on traditional fairy tales by drawing surprising
characters, settings, and problem combinations.

6. Create, Educate, Inspire ~
Motivational Bubbles (for students)
These little notes are a great way to encourage students in your classroom!

Enter the rafflecopter below for your chance to win one of these three wonderful prizes! Share with all your teacher friends, too!
This giveaway will run from December 1st - December 3rd. Winners will be announced on Monday, December 4th!

Good luck!

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70 comments:

  1. My favorite read aloud is Polar Express!

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  2. I love to read The Mitten and The Sniwy Day!!

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  3. I love to read Snowmen at Christmas.

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  4. I love reading The Night Before Christmas. Classic.

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  5. I love reading "Christmas on top of the world"

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  6. My favorite read aloud are How to Catch an Elf and The Polar Express

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  7. Mine is 'The Mitten' or 'The Cap' both by Jan Brett.

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  8. snowmen all year or tacky penguin michelle miller

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  9. The Mitten is my favorite. Both versions! (Alvin Tresselt and Jan Brett)

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  10. The Mitten is a class favourite! We do comprehension activities, writing activities and cut and paste.

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  11. I love to read the 12 Days of Christmas to my class.

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  13. I like reading the snowmen series. Snowmen at night, snowmen at christmas, snowmen at play, snowmen at work, etc

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  14. I enjoy reading the Gingerbread Man stories. All of my kiddos love them - they personally love the Ninjabread Man!

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  15. I love Polar Express and Snowflake Bentley.

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  16. My favorite winter themed read aloud is there was a cold lady who swallowed some snow

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  17. I teach ESL- love reading The Jacket I Wear in the Snow, for choral reading and vocabulary of winter clothing.

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  18. I have so many favorites! This year, my favorite so far is Santa's Underwear because my kids just thought it was the funniest book ever and I loved their reactions to it!

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  19. We read Polar Express as a grade level. I like to read The Biggest Snowman ever for their how to build a snowman writing. For fun I read Gingerbread Loose at School, a book on Hanukkah (for comp/contr activity), Llama Llama Holiday Drama, and this year I will read There was an old lady who swallowed a bell along with There was a cold lady who swallowed some snow. I am pretty sure I have more but these are my favorites!

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  20. I love to read the gingerbread series.

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  21. I love reading The Gingerbread Man!!

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  22. Jan Brett the mitten, Ginger bread, and scholastic the ginger bread Bear,

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  23. I love reading the Ginger Bread Man, The Polar Express, The Night Before Christmas, and any other diverse winter reading!

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  24. I love reading all the winter/Christmas Jan Brett books, A Very Marley Christmas, & The Polar express!

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  25. I love Jan Brett books (The Mitten and The Hat). I also love The Snowy Day. I have many many favorites, it’s hard to narrow it down to just one

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  26. I love reading Polar Express & The Grinch!

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  27. The Gingerbread Man (and all the different versions!)

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  28. Gingerbread Pirates is hilarious!

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  29. The Polar Express and How the Grinch stole Christmas

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  30. I love Snowmen at Night, but usually after the holiday I love to read "The Snowy Day" when there actually is snow in the forecast!

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  31. I love reading all the different versions of the gingerbread stories.

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  32. The Polar Express! It is such a magical story.

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  33. The Polar Express!!! My kiddos really love it!!!

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  34. The Mitten! Love anything by Jan Brett!

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  35. The Mitten! We love acting it out!

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  36. Jan Brett author study in December!

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  37. I like to read the Robert Sabuda book of The 12 Days of Christmas.

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  38. I love The Mitten and Polar Express!

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  39. I love reading Santa’s Stuck! So many lessons to connect with the book and the kids love it too!!

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