Thursday, October 11, 2012

100 Followers Giveaway!!! {13 Prizes to Win}

We did it folks! This little old blog of mine reached 100 followers! If someone told me that I would have reached 100 followers in a little over a month I would have died laughing. That was such a long shot in my mind. I just wanted to be able to give back to the many people who have changed my life so much. I am confident that I will be a much better teacher as a result of the amazing teacher bloggers that I learn from.

When I was approaching this milestone, I reached out to some bloggers for help. This amazing community of bloggers never ceases to amaze me. So many responded offering up phenomenal products to share with you all. I can't believe how generous these teachers are. You won't meet nicer people no matter you look.

(Button created by the lovely Mel at FrogSpot)

Someone is going to be one very lucky winner! You are going to win a huge grand prize pack from 13 bloggers! Lucky 13! It's gonna be a good one! Here's what you can win:

1. Since I am not a teacher yet, I don't have a TPT store. However, that doesn't stop me from making great products to share with you all. I am offering up a custom I Have, Who Has or Write The Room game to the winner! You can pick whatever theme or concept you wish!

2. Katie and Lisen of Second Grade Smartypants have so generously offered up their Spooky Halloween Literacy Centers! I am obsessed with these centers! They are amazing!


3. Brandi from Success in Second Grade has offered up winner's choice from her TPT store! Let me tell you she has seriously fantastic products there! You are going to have a hard time picking just one!
 
4. Tammy over at 1...2...3...Teach With Me has opened a new clip art blog called Dots of Fun! I'm sure you've heard of it! She has offered up one of her favorite clip art sets Animals on the Farm! Oh you are going to want this! These animals are such cuties! The products you can create with this are endless!


 5. Andrea at Reading Toward the Stars has been so kind to donate any one item from her TPT store. She has nearly 50 products to choose from! Good luck finding just one!

6. Michelle over at the always fantastic Apples and ABC's has donated her Turkey Time Craftivity! This is perfect for your Thanksgiving units next month. Who doesn't love a good craftivity? I know I am in love with them! These turkeys are going to turn out so cute!
7. Kelley from the amazing Teacher Idea Factory has ever so generously donated both her Good Morning Work Reading and Math Skills for October. Both these packets are jam packed with work to keep your kiddos busy for a whole month! This is a teacher's dream!

8. Amanda from Teaching Maddeness has offered up a really useful prize. She is donating her Non-Fiction Text Features Sign Set from Teacher's Clubhouse. These are perfect with the big focus on Non-Fiction in the Common Core State Standards.

9. Jennifer from First Grade Blue Skies is giving away a product that is perfect for Thanksgiving! She is offering up her Let's Make a Pilgrim craftivity. It will make the most adorable bulletin board display!

10. Heather at The Busy Busy Hive has been so generous to offer 2 items from her TPT store, winner's choice! Lucky you! This is a good one!


11. Erin over at Eberhart's Explorers has offered any one item from her TPT store. She's got some really cute stuff there! You are going to have fun choosing!

12. Mel at Frog Spot From The Pond has been so kind to offer any one item from her teacher resource or graphics store valued up to $15. It's going to be so hard to choose! She has such amazing resources and graphics!

13. Cindy at Granny Goes to School  has so generously donated her Turkey Craftivity Math and Writing activities. These are perfect for Thanksgiving and so cute!

So there you have it folks! 13 amazing blogger's prizes! Want to win? It's simple! Enter on the rafflecopter below! The giveaway will be open for one week. May the odds be ever in your favor!
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26 comments:

  1. My favorite 100th day activity is making a necklace with 100 beads.

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  2. My kids love predicting where 100 steps will take them from our classroom door!
    bl3982@yahoo.com

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    1. This is a great one! I never thought of that before! So simple and so beneficial! Thanks for sharing!

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  3. I like to measure where 100 steps will get us! and making 100 fruit loop necklaces

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  4. I love making a snack mix and adding 100 of each ingredient we put in the mix.

    Suzzanne Horton

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  5. 1ooth day writing....What would you buy with 100 dollars? First graders have such great answers!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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    1. Yes they do! Kids are so creative and hilarious!

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  6. My favorite 100th day activity is when Zero the Hero comes to visit our kids! (We get one of our male teachers to dress in a costume and come talk to the kids)

    Jessica

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    1. Oh how perfect! Your class must go crazy for him!

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  7. I love doing the mystery picture of 100!

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  8. My favorite 100 day activity is having the students bring in a display of 100 somethings! Cheerios, stickers, markers, anything! They can become so creative. Thank you for the giveaway & congrats on 100+ followers!

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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    1. Thanks so much! I love doing a 100 collection display too. Good luck!

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  9. I like to have them see if they can write 100 words.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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    1. That's a really great idea! Thanks for sharing!

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  10. I have never celebrated 100 days in school! It is not something I have seen in Mexico or Australia, but I think I will have to introduce it :-P

    I blogged about your giveaway as a part of my latest post. I'd love you to check it out.

    Teacher Kirra:Maestra Kirra

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    1. The 100th day of school is a huge deal in America. There are so many great ideas out there. I'm sure your kiddos would love it! Thanks for blogging about the giveaway! I will have to go stop by and check it out!

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  11. My favorite 100 day activity is making 100 day gorp. We have the kids bring in 100 of some kind of food and then using egg cartons with 2 parts cut off so there is 10 and the kids have to go around and get 10 of 10 different kinds of food so they have a 100 piece snack. This usually lasts a couple of days or depending I've let them take their left overs home before. The kids like having a mixture of snacks.
    Thanks for the opportunity on a great giveaway. Congrats on your followers.
    Megan
    mhorman@north-cedar.k12.ia.us

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    1. That's a very cute idea! I love the egg carton idea. Great way to reuse them.

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  12. We do a math challenge...100 ways to make 100.

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  13. Great giveaway! Congrats on 100!
    I'm having a giveaway right now too if you would like to check it out!
    ஐRikki
    The Hive

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    1. I will definitely stop by and check it out!

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  14. My favorite 100th day activity is having the kids draw what they would look like at age 100 and what they would be doing.
    Debbie
    debjac9@aol.com

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  15. I am a new follower!!! I love having the kids tell about what they would do/buy with $100.00. I also like when my team mem,ber dresses as zero the hero and parades around school giving out zero's...ellen.yucht@imagineschools.com

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  16. I love it when they dress like how they think they will look when they are 100 years old.

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  17. I love making food that has to do with the 100th day. Like silver dollar pancakes and a sausage link or bagels and a carrot. Also having th ekids put together a 100 piece puzzle!!

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  18. Something fun with hundreds charts like 100 chart art.
    Thanks for the fun giveaway!
    Katie
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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