Sunday, November 18

Oh So Thankful Giveaway & Sale

Okay I must admit I am really... 
and I mean really, really 
belated in celebrating my blog's birthday because well it was all the way back in October. 
Seems like forever ago right? 

Even though I am late in celebrating the rewards of this little blog and teachers I have met and connect it has been phenomenal!! The support is amazing! The ideas and inspiration for teaching has helped me strive to be a better teacher in all aspects. Because of my thankfulness for all of you followers and even anyone who has read even a part of one of my posts I am throwing this:

So its time for my Oh So Thankful Giveaway for three fabulous prizes!

The first is an item of your choice from my TpT store. I just finished this math packet for inequalities. I am super excited about as it includes something for everything including items for whole groups, math centers, a craftivity, and literacy activities. 

Here is the preview for the packet!

Lack of celebrating might have something to do with the fact I have started to knit..again. The problem is I know what to knit but am going to run out of people to give it too. So I will knit one lucky follower an infinity scarf...

The color will be the winner's choice.  Yes I will make it longer than shown here. I plan on getting it to you before any real cold weather arrives. 

Last but not least...a $10.00 gift certificate to TpT in preparation of the major upcoming sale. 

All you have to do is follow the steps on the Rafflecopter below. 



Giveaway ends on Friday! Just because I can make everyone feel like a winner I am having a sale at my TpT store Monday through Thursday. Go check it out!

Happy Sunday and good luck!!

11 bucket fillers:

Kara said...

My favorite classroom holiday activity is our gift exchange. We have the kids draw a name of a classmate, we all go to the Dollar Tree and they pick out a gift, and then we do an exchange. So fun - many of them have never gotten to pick out a gift for someone else before.

Kara
Spedventures

YearntoLearn said...

On the last day before winter break, we have a breakfast bar and the students wear pajamas. Fun.

Denise

Special Teacher for Special Kids said...

Making a craft and bringing it to the senior center near our school.


:o) V.
Special Teacher for Special Kids

Kelly S. said...

My favorite activity to do right before the holdiays is read The Polar Express & incorporate a lot of activities and crafts. Then on the last day before break, the kids wear their pajamas to school and we watch the movie!

Simone Iantorno said...

I personally love any activity that has to do wi the polar express! Great Ida to knot and give it away!

Mrs. Lindsey said...

My favorite is incorporating everything holiday all the way up to the break and then bundling everything we have made for them to take home all at once.

Lindsey

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Cherie said...

Our favorite iactivity is the Kris Kringle (Secret Santa)!

Amber @ Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher said...

I LOVE infinity scarves! I love the holidays. :) I love doing Christmas around the World! We also go on a field trip to learn about Christmas in colonial days!

Jana said...

Happy bloggy birthday! The scarf looks great!

Jana
Thinking Out Loud

Mrs. Elton said...

My first grade team always incorporates our history unit, "Long Ago and Today" into Thanksgiving. I absolutely love the grade level activities we do including hosting an Old Time museum (students bring in family antiques to showcase), playing Old Time games and having a traditional feast in which students make their own food. I also love teaching about old schools, the rise of transportation, fashion in the past, etc. It's definitely one of my favorite units of the entire year!

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