Saturday, September 29, 2012

My First Giveaway


Hello, friends!

First, I found a new blog that I just love.  It is called Southern Sweetie in 2nd.  You can check it out here. I bought her Chevron frames and they are adorable!   

Second, I decided that it was time to do my first giveaway to celebrate my new blog.  I'm so excited.  Who doesn't love a giveaway!?!? This weekend, I finished working on 2 items that I will be giving away to two lucky people.  The first item will be my set of phonics cards.  Check out my TPT store to see all of the phonics digraphs that are included.  The second item will be my Place Value to 1,000 Go Fish math center game.  Use the rafflecopter to enter to get these two items for FREE!  Also, the first person to comment and tell me how they will use these in their rooms will also win a copy.  How exciting!  So, enter now.  I will announce the winner on October 6th. Good luck!

        



21 comments:

  1. Jeannie! Your blog is awesome! I would love to use these resources in my classroom!!! You are awesome girl! :)

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  2. I'm follower #10. I would use any of these great things in my centers. Thanks for the great giveaway. When you get the chance...check out my blog.
    Tracey
    Third Grade All Stars

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  3. I would use them as centers or as a whole class math activity! :) Thank you for the chance. I'm a new follower to your blog, also! Feel free to come by mine :)

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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  4. Thank you ladies!
    Tracey and Sara- I will be heading to your blogs right now! :-)

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  5. I would use these as both small group and whole group or independent centers. The kids would love it!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  6. I would use these to review concepts that kids might be struggling on!

    Christina
    prec0ci0us~at~bellsouth.net

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  7. I would to use these as small group or independent stations during UAT.

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  8. I'd use them either as a small group or take home fun activities.
    Tania
    Come and visit!
    My Second Sense

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  9. I'd use them for centers or for small groups!
    Liz
    Teaching in the Valley

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  10. This is just one of those skills you can't ever get too much practice with! Some will need it all year...

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  11. Darling new site! Welcome to the blogging world. I am pretty new to it myself.

    I'm your newest follower and sure hope you have a chance to stop by my blog real soon!

    Cindy
    Granny Goes to School

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  12. I would use them with my reading recovery kiddos! cute!

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  14. Great new blog! Thank you for the giveaway! I would love to use these with my small guided reading and math groups!

    Katie

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  15. Thank you to all who have commented. Such great ideas.

    Cindy-I am heading your way now to check out your blog. :-)

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  16. I would use these in small groups and centers.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  17. Would love love love to use the place value game next week as we are working on that in small group math time :)
    And the phonics cards...let me just say PLEEEASE! I have a very low level group this year and we are working on sounds in small group right now. :)

    lizacteach@gmail.com

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  18. Would love to have these to add to my centres!

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  19. I need these so much for my classroom! We are working very hard on place value and we need all of the practice we can get. New and colorful things make it more fun. I have several hard to accelerate readers that are struggling with decoding skills. I need help with phonics activities to help them have more success.

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  20. I would use them for RTI and tutoring!

    eickejn@gmail.com

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  21. Congrats on your new blog. It's super cute. I would love using these in small groups and intervention groups with my second graders!

    Juli

    www.simpleinsecond.blogspot.com

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