Friday, August 2, 2013

G is for... {Giveaway Day 7}

Background and frames by Lovin-Lit
Alphabet Blocks by Sonya Dehart

It's hard to believe it's already day 7! Boy is time flying! Slow down!

Here are the links to the first 6 days! Be sure to enter starting with A if you have missed any! The first winner will be announced tomorrow!

Today's giveaway features three of my favorites!

Looking at Ginger's blog gives me quite the sweet tooth! See for yourself!

Sarah Beth is one of my new favorite clip artists! Be sure to check her out!

Lisa's blog just got the most fabulous makeover! Have you seen it?

Be sure to follow these three lovely ladies' blogs and stores! They product top notch quality work!

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Have a wonderful Friday! If you started back to school this week, you survived! You made it to Friday! That's quite the accomplishment!

Come back tomorrow and see if you were the lucky winner of giveaway day 1! 

27 comments:

  1. I received a hand painted (by the student!) coffee mug in my favorite baseball team colors! I still love it!
    -Andrea
    alwayskindergarten@gmail.com

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  2. I have received a handpainted sign with my name on it. Love it! kindercards@gmail.com

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  3. My favorite gift from this past school year was movie gift certificates. :-)

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  4. I love my Brighton bracelet with apple charm what I got this past year!

    Christina :)
    Apples, Books, and Crayons
    applesbooksandcrayons@gmail.com

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  5. One of my favourite gifts ever was from a class I had 5 years ago. I had to have surgery and was off of work for 2 weeks. The class bought a HUGE red apple cookie jar...and filled it with....wishes. Each child drew me a beautiful little "wish" and put it inside the jar. I still have the jar, and the wishes. I think of that class often. They were special kids and I hope their lives are as fantastic as they are.
    Sidney
    Teachingisagift

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  6. When a former second student of mine graduated (6th grade) she gave me a photo puzzle of her to remember her by. When she was in my class I did puzzles with her all the time at free time. It truly was a special gift. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  7. When a former 2nd grade student of mine graduated from 6th grade, she gave me a photo puzzle of herself. When she was in my class, we spent many recess periods doing jigsaw puzzles. This will always be a special gift for me. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  8. When a former 2nd grade student of mine graduated from 6th grade, she gave me a photo puzzle of herself. When she was in my class, we spent many recess periods doing jigsaw puzzles. This will always be a special gift for me. dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  9. When a former 2nd grade student graduated from 6th grade, she gave me a photo puzzle of herself to remember her by. When she was in my class, she & I spent many recess periods doing jigsaw puzzles together. I will always cherish that present! dbednarsk@yahoo.com

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  10. I teach in a Title I school so my presents are few and far between. And they are never necessarily nice... but they mean so mean. Last year I got a stuffed moose from one of my students. That thing probably had lice and bed bugs in it but it was obvious it was all this child had. Best present ever...even if it had to secretly be thrown away because it smelled.

    jkroske@gmail.com

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  11. When I was about to have my first child the parents got together and purchased a gift card to my favorite restaurant so the hubby and I could go out one last time, and one to babies r us to pick up some essentials. Loved that group of parents. :) It was the only time something like this has happened.

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  12. My favorite gift I have received was a "goody bag" my student made for me. 1 gumball, plastic soldier, tattoo and a bouncy ball. It's the thought that counts!
    mckbrewer@comcast.net

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  13. I got something as a student teacher, it was a card when I was leaving, and the students attached a pencil to it, and on the back they wrote U and drew a picture of a rock, it was funny.

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  14. I love rocks. A student gave me some for Christmas years ago. It was gravel. lol

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  15. I love to get Christmas ornaments. I always can remember the kids who gave them to me each year that I put up my tree!

    renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  16. I loved the handwritten notes from students!

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  17. The best gift I have received is a $50 gift card to Amazon.

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  18. My favorite gift was way back when I first taught and I would bring one diet Coke every day to enjoy with my lunch. And nearly every day someone would drink it...and I must have grumbled every day after lunch because when I was opening my gifts one boy had wrapped a 12 pack of diet Coke! It was truly the sweetest, most heart-felt gift ever! (And I never did find who took my soda daily...I even put a funny/direct note on the fridge and my principal made me remove it...maybe he was the culprit?)

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  19. I teach in a low SES school, so gifts of any sort are rare, and are usually in the dollar store variety. One year, a youngster whose mom sold Avon, gave me.....deodorant. Now I do USE deodorant, but not Avon! I honestly think she found the closest thing that she could in her stock. LOL No, I wasn't offended. The fact that the little guy gave me anything showed that she appreciated what we had done together. :)
    Debra (debrastin@gmail.com)

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  20. My favorite gift is a Longaberger Christmas coffee mug. I use it every day and I have had it for 8 years! This year I was honored to have that girl's little brother in my room too.

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  21. I love all of the cards and notes that the kids make. So sweet and genuine! :) Bforbes89@gmail.com

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  22. I keep all the cards and gifts my students give me... I love looking over them after the students have my left my class and remembering all the students...

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  23. I love when I get things for my classroom!

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  24. Subway art using my name and adjectives, made by a former 1st grade student when she was in 7th grade. She also visits me frequently and leaves me sweet notes.

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  25. My favorite gifts are the little "love" notes that my students take their own time to write me! They are so precious!!!

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  26. I love the Christmas ornaments my students give me.

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