Wednesday, August 14, 2013

S is for... {Giveaway Day 19}

Background and frames by Lovin-Lit
Alphabet Blocks by Sonya Dehart
 
Here are the links to the previous days to catch up if you missed any! Trust me, you are going to want to go back and catch up if you missed any! There are HUGE prizes up for grabs!

Today's giveaway is so big that I had to break it up into three equally amazing giveaways! Enter one or enter them all (although, I know I would be entering them all)!

Giveaway #1: Teacher Resource Packs!








 
Giveaway #2: Winner's Choice Bundle!






 
Giveaway #3: Graphics Galore!



Told you they were fabulous! Seriously these bloggers really stepped up their game big time! I cannot help but love how generous this community is! Please stop by their blogs and show them some love! The smallest gestures really mean the world!

24 comments:

  1. Our fav science experiement was baking soda and dropping vinegar into it for tiny explosions. I also love all of their clip art. It's hard to choose just one.
    Kate

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  2. I would just like to browse around at all the clip art and see what I could make with it!
    Karen Rowland
    Adventures With Firsties

    karenrowland112677@yahoo.com

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  3. I give the kiddos choices about what they would like to do after their other work is done... They can choose to read, write or play an educational game.

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  4. Since I'm an ELAR teacher, my science is pretty limited. We do talk about real-world application of all skills though. Several of our reading passages are non-fiction, which includes some science.... does that count? :)

    We use Love & Logic in my classroom, which is all about choice. Our rules are all based around choice. The only real "rule" we have is to follow daily routines.

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  5. I love clip art! It takes any boring document and just makes it so much cuter! The Mister has a thing with adding pandas to his documents for work, so I would probably get at least one thing panda related. My classroom is all about sweets, so I'd love some candy or sweet shoppe clip art! :)

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  6. I like to hatch butterflies for science, love animal clip art or stick children, and for choice they get to choose centers and books almost every day.

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  7. I love to sort living and nonliving for Science, love children clipart and choice-sometimes I have kids choose how they want to turn their papers in; pass them around, get up and turn them in or they choose what free play activities they would like to play.

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  8. For science I love hatching butterflies in our classroom. I like giving my students (special ed) choices so that they feel empowered, but the choices I give them are MY choices. It would take me hours to choose the clip art I would want to purchase.

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  9. Favorite science activity: building race tracks from different materials
    Choice: We use CHAMPS school wide to set expectations for all students. I do give students choice in doing some activities over a concept.
    Clip Art: I really like the crayon frames!

    Stephanie
    stephb_2001@hotmail.com

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  10. Scrappin Doodles has a ton of great clipart...I honestly don't know what I would choose! Thanks for the chance to win such a great prize! ~Deb
    Crafting Connections

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  11. Scrappindoodles, geometric shapes

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  12. Science - my students love any and all hands-on experiments!

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  13. I try to give choices whenever possible to promote the students to take responsibility for their learning. Choices in what a product will look like for a project, what activities they will complete in workstations, etc.

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  14. My favorite science activity is when we use balloons, feathers and other materials to talk about air.
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  15. I'd like to buy a few clipart sets from scrapping doodles that have been on mys wishlist for a while. Stick family members, letters and holiday sets.
    tania
    My Second Sense

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  16. My favorite science activity actually happened outside. My students made wind rollers out of little paper plates then went outside and watched the wind push them. They were amazed at how strong the wind was.

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  17. My favorite science activity is planting seeds...the students are in awe! Hard to choose what clip art to get...I love it all!

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  18. My favorite science activity is sinking and floating.

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  19. My kiddos are given choices so that they will understand and know that in real-life choices have rewards or consequences.

    Choices provides you with opportunities.

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  20. I love making The Butterfly Lifecycle out of macaroni (ok my kids REALLY love it). If I won the clipart I have TONS of things I want so I'd have to seriously narrow it down!

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  21. Love teaching the water cycle! My students have the opportunity to choose their Fast Finisher activities:)

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  22. Our 1st Grade Science Standards kinda stink. I do like teaching plants though. It's a great science unit for little kids.

    jkroske@gmail.com

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  23. Love Scrappin Doodles to pieces. I'd probably buy $10 worth of their stick kids set!

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  24. I would love to buy clipart from Scrappin Doodles! So cute!

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