Sunday, April 19, 2015

Celebrate With Me and WIN BIG!




Hi there!  If you haven't noticed yet, I have a brand spanking new blog design and I couldn't be happier with it!  It is so bright and colorful and just makes me happy.  I hope you like it too!

Megan from A Bird in Hand Designs is the fabulous genius behind this new design.  
A Bird in Hand Designs
You absolutely must check out her site, especially if you are looking for a new design yourself, but even if you just want to look at some gorgeous, fun designs!  She was so wonderful to work with and made the whole process easy and fun.

So in honor of my new look, I organized a little giveaway with some of my favorite bloggers and friends.  Just take a look at all you could win by entering this giveaway...


These packs could make your end of the year the BEST it's ever been --- no joking around here!  

If you are wondering who these amazing products are from, check this out!




a Rafflecopter giveaway


Thanks so much for stopping by and entering this giveaway!  You will be so happy you are following these ladies (if you weren't already).



17 comments:

  1. I am always trying to enhance my calendar time ( shorten it without losing content ) ...I love teaching guided reading! My table is the BEST! LOVE THE BLOG makeover! YIPPEE!! Wendy 1stgradefireworks 1stgradefireworks

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  2. Wow, what a great giveaway! All of the resources look fantastic! And kudos to the new blog layout! I am always looking for new ways to improve my guided reading instruction. But I love teaching and excel at phonics instruction as well as math. Lots of hands on activities:-)

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  3. I am always trying to find new ways to make my small group time more meaningful and engaging. I love teaching math! So many great and fun hands on activities that you can incorporate :) Love the makeover!!!!
    Julie

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  4. I love your design. Megan is a friend of mine and I love her work! the blog colors are so cheerful. Congrats on the refresh and keep up the great work :)

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  5. Bah! I left a comment before reading the fine print- I am trying to improve my guided reading instruction. Being new(ish) to first this is a challenge as I've mostly worked in the 4th-5th grade ELA classroom. I want to work hard this summer getting GR organized because I love that time-I just want it to be more organized.

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  6. I'm always looking for ways to make my reading block better! I can never have enough ideas for making reading fun! I love teaching math! My students are always engaged and finding new ways to build on their math skill they are learning!

    Love all the goodies on this giveaway!!

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  7. Great Giveaway! I am always looking for ways to improve fluency and comprehension for my special ed students. I think that the subject I teach best is reading.

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  8. I am always looking for ways to improve my reading instruction...there is so much to do! I think my best subject I teach is reading.

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  9. I'm always looking for ways to improve my reading instruction and guided reading center(s)!

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  10. I am always looking for better, more fun ways to improve my writing instruction!! :)

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  11. Awesome Giveaway! I am always looking for ways to improve reading. I enjoy teaching math and love all the hands on learning.

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  12. I feel that I need help with writing and teach phonics best.

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  13. I definitely need help in writing. Math is my absolute favorite thing to teach! :-)

    imgoingfirst!@gmail.com

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  14. Yay! Thanks for this opportunity!
    I am changing specialties now so I feel I'll need to focus on improving my English teaching strategies. I've always taught Music so... We'll see how I do! Music is what I enjoy the most, but I reckon I can channel English teaching with Music so... That's that!
    Good luck to everybodyyy!

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  15. I am always trying to enhance my math strategies. The new common core curriculum at my school is difficult to teach. I feel like I do teach Reading comprehension well :)

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  16. I am always looking for ways to help students learn and remember their sight words. I'm not sure that I excel at anything but I'd like to think that I teach reading well.

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  17. I would like to be better at work stations. I excel at planning, organizing and following through, so our grade level team is always looked on favorably by admin!

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