Sunday, July 28, 2013

B is for... {Giveaway Day 2}

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Did you all have as much fun during as I did yesterday? If you missed out on the big giveaway kickoff, you can click HERE to check it out!

Well, it's time for 6 more brilliant prizes for day 2! Aren't you all lucky!







Once again, you can enter below on the rafflecopter! The more blogs you follow, the more you can win!


Don't forget to come back tomorrow when there will be 2 prize packs up for grabs: 1 for teacher resources and 1 for clip art! Ooh la la!

42 comments:

  1. I have the students choose friends to be their 'candles.' We sing happy birthday and the students 'blow' out their candle friends and they melt to the ground. It's hilarious!
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  2. Definitely with a birthday cake and goodie bags for every one in the class!

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  3. This giveaway sounds fantastic!
    Fun And Easy First Grade

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  4. OK, we celebrate birthdays with the Froggy Birthday crown. Since I have a Froggy themed room the birthday child also gets a special Hoppy Birthday Pencil. We sing Happy Birthday and that child gets to be line leader for the day.

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  5. Our kids are still allowed to bring a bd treat to school to share.

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  6. We wrap the birthday student"s desk in wrapping paper for the day...crown, birthday certificate, prize and a song too!
    jbsothornton@comcast.net

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  7. We have the students make their own crowns and they get to bring in a special treat.

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  8. I don't do a HUGE amount for birthdays. The students can bring in a snack but I besides that I give every child a gift baggie with a book, pencil, bookmark, birthday card and a silly straw.

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  9. Since I don't have my own classroom, I haven't had a chance to celebrate birthdays yet BUT I think that I'll be the teacher that gives kiddos a little present like a book, bookmark, stickers, and so forth. AND I like the tradition of the birthday boy/girl bringing in their favorite book to read to the class on their birthday!

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees
    ventrellasara@gmail.com

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  10. We celebrate with a birthday hat, a song, and a 'choice.' The birthday student gets to pick a 'free time' activity for the whole class. We, also, have everyone in the class 'sign' and illustrate a birthday poster which is tied with a ribbon, like a diploma. The ribbon has a silly straw and a new box of crayons attached for use at home. There is always a wrapped book the birthday child unwraps which is labeled...'My birthday gift to my kindergarten class' and is signed by the child and I write the date on the book. We read the book together and then, the birthday child gets to take this book home to share with the family overnight and then it is returned to our class library.

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  11. I make crazy straw birthday balloons, give them a hat, birthday pencil & crown. They also have a birthday boy/girl ribbon that they wear for the day. I'm currently also making special birthday cups that I found on Pinterest!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something To Treasure

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  12. We sing happy birthday and have a treat in the afternoon - students get a birthday straw and get to pick a coupon (no homework, sit in my chair, change seats etc)

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  13. We have a special song that we sing and I give them a bookmark and a sticker. We don't do much but they know it's their special day!
    Karen Rowland
    Adventures With Firsties

    karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

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  14. This year we have been asked to celebrate during lunch time :( Not happy about this change
    tania
    My Second Sense

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  15. I give a crazy straw with a birthday balloon print out and we sing. Nothing fancy. If parents send snack we have that. I usually try to let the birthday student be the star of the week the week of their birthday so they can bring snack on Friday.

    renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  16. Parents can send in snacks/treats for the students. I make them a crown and then we make a birthday book for each child on their special day. I also have a Summer Birthday party for students who have a birthday during the summer! They love their birthdays!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  17. Each student gets a birthday crown and sticker! I do the crazy straw balloon as well (just found that idea on pinterest this summer)! We finish with a birthday snack the child brings in.

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  18. Parents are invited to come into the classroom to hear their child read a book to everyone. Everyone sits in a circle & tells the child why we are glad he/she was born & put in our classroom. A birthday message is on chartpaper & shared w/ the class (& b'day child). We then have treats. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  19. I give the students a crown, sticker, pencil and we sing birthday song, blessing and they bring treats. Some years I have the birthday student be the line leader.

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  20. I haven't really done birthdays like I want to... But this year the plan is to have a birthday display, maybe with gift bag months or cupcakes. And have birthday balloon prizes already made so all I would need to do is just grab one. But in the past, parents are invited to have a birthday celebration and we sing Happy Birthday as a class after calendar.
    Kinders on the Block

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  21. I usually have kids sign a large card I have made for them (in secret!), have the student "go for a walk" with a teacher while we get a cake I have ordered from our kitchen ready and prepare to sign happy birthday when they arrive back in the classroom. In order to get a piece of cake, I ask all the students to give the birthday student one "wish" or complement for their birthday.

    Rae
    Mindful Rambles

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  22. Last year I gave out birthday day buddies. I used all those old beanies babies and let the kids pick one to take home with them on their birthday.

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  23. I ordered a car magnet from vistaprint that announces a birthday to go on our chalkboard, and then I put a small b-day centerpiece on the student's desk. I make up little goodie bags with a pencil, laffy taffy, some stickers and other little treasures. I also have a cake hat that a mom gave us, but it really needs to be washed!

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  24. For birthdays we sing, give a badge, crown, certificate, and then a birthday balloon attached to a squiggly straw. A fun day!

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  25. The principal announces their names on the announcements and we all cheer and clap for them. Then they get a birthday goody from me. For Summer Birthdays we celebrate their 1/2 birthday or in May on the date of their birthday.

    Kristi
    disneymum.wordpress.com

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  26. They get to bring the treat for that day, get a sticker badge, and get to choose out of the prize bag. Also, they are the helper for the day!

    Lisa
    Always an Adventure in Kindergarten

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  27. The birthday kid gets to bring in a treat, and they get a special crown to wear for the day. They also stand in the front of the classroom and we all sing Happy Birthday to them.

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  28. I have a Happy Birthday banner that goes on my whiteboard with their name written with it. They get a birthday certificate, a bookmark, and a free book from my birthday books basket. If they want they can bring a treat that day as well. I also celebrate 1/2 birthdays since I always hated never getting to celebrate mine at school. :)

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  29. We sing and they get a bookmark. That's about it.
    Debra (debrastin@gmail.com)

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  30. First of all I'm loving these questions it's giving me great ideas of what to do, it's my first year, but I plan to sing and give them a pencil.

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  31. We sing, they get a silly straw and a sticker that says 'Happy Birthday'. If parents bring treats, we eat them at the end of the day.

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  32. We have a huge party to celebrate all the birthdays at the beginning of the year.

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  33. The kids bring in a treat, we sing and eat the treat. They love going around to the other teachers with extra treats to pick up a special pencil or some other little prize!

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  34. birthday Crowns and goodie bags.

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  35. Sing to the student, special birthday pencil, certificate and then the student gets to choose a book for story time!

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  36. We all sing Happy Birthday and I give them a pencil.

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  37. I give them a certificate and they get to wear a HUGE Its my Birthday pin so the whole school knows its their birthday :-)
    Karen
    tommysmom0206@yahoo.com

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  38. The class sings Happy Birthday and birthday student gets to have lunch in the classroom or outside at the picnic area with me and a friend of their choice.

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  39. The class sings happy birthday and we have extra recess time to eat the snack the child brought for the class outside. They also get a birthday treat! :) Bforbes89@gmail.com

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  40. I have a metal birthday cake slice that sits on their desk for the day. I put a pencil, sticker and a card with their name. They get to go to the treasure box for a birthday treat.

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