Sunday, September 9, 2012

GIVEAWAY!

We are so excited to announce a 
 GIVEAWAY in honor of all the wonderful teachers who have been going above and beyond during these first days of school! 

Our Grand Prize Pack includes... 
$25 Starbucks Giftcard
12+ Prizes!!!!
(WOW!!!)
#1
Compliments of, 
#2   
This is a bundled package of 4 products designed for computer lab teachers, or general education teachers who are teaching technology skills.  This includes: Technology Vocabulary Word Wall Cards, a Technology Assessment, Internet Research Lesson and Internet Safety Lesson & Quiz.  All 4 were created while I was teaching computer lab, and were tested with real students in my classroom.
Compliments of, 
Raki's Rad Resources
#3

This 28 page unit includes all you need to teach a thorough study of solid figures in grades K-1-2. Includes resources for 6 basic solid figures (sphere, cube, cylinder, cone, pyramid, & rectangular prism.)
Compliments of, 
#4
This graphic organization packet contains twenty-one different templates that can be used across grade levels and across content areas.
Compliments of,
Kleinspiration
#5
 iStudent is an All About Me book where students can design their own apps for 12 categories: family, friends, animals, hobbies, foods, music, games, travel, future, self-portrait, teacher, and school. Then, students will write and draw about each app on the included app pages. The Phone Clip Art Bundle contains 16 high resolution images that can be used for personal and commercial use.
Compliments of, 
#6
This is a comprehensive planning pack that will surely help you plan out your next year! Items can be easily printed and stored in a binder or I have included a file with step by step directions on how to get the year-long binder sent to FedEx Office to be spiral-bound. Each bullet below is a separate document included for easy access and printing.
Compliments of, 
Wild about Teaching!
#7

Start your school year off right by hitting many crucial Common Core standards with a summer Olympics theme! 
Compliments of, 
iTeach1:1
#8 
Compliments of, 
Enchanted with Technology
#9
 
and a 
The winner will choose what they would like on their cube...examples: vocabulary words/definitions, word problems, writing prompts, etc. I will make it for them in which it will be done in flash. They can use it with any interactive whiteboard software or without it.
Compliments of, 
#10 
Perfect for loading new apps on your iPad, iPod or iPhone! 
Compliments of, 
Uncommon to the Core
#11
 This packet contains 30 signs for the front of book baskets/boxes and corresponding labels to place on each book. Each category is labeled with a picture and a word, so even your non-readers can learn to organize!
This unit contains several activities for teaching Living and Non-Living things using your SMARTBoard. This unit contains lessons on identifying the characteristics of living things, slides to support discussions of living and non-living things, a living and non-living sort, and a scavenger hunt for living and non-living things. 
Compliments of, 
#12 
Set of Non-Fiction Text Features Signs Set from Teacher's Clubhouse
Compliments of, 

And a Runner-Up Prize Package!!!!
Our Runner-Up Prize Package includes the following...
#1


Compliments of, 
#2
iStudent is an All About Me book where students can design their own apps for 12 categories: family, friends, animals, hobbies, foods, music, games, travel, future, self-portrait, teacher, and school. Then, students will write and draw about each app on the included app pages. The Phone Clip Art Bundle contains 16 high resolution images that can be used for personal and commercial use.
Compliments of,
#3
 This packet contains 30 signs for the front of book baskets/boxes and corresponding labels to place on each book. Each category is labeled with a picture and a word, so even your non-readers can learn to organize!
This unit contains several activities for teaching Living and Non-Living things using your SMARTBoard. This unit contains lessons on identifying the characteristics of living things, slides to support discussions of living and non-living things, a living and non-living sort, and a scavenger hunt for living and non-living things.
Compliments of,
#4

This is a comprehensive planning pack that will surely help you plan out your next year! Items can be easily printed and stored in a binder or I have included a file with step by step directions on how to get the year-long binder sent to FedEx Office to be spiral-bound. Each bullet below is a separate document included for easy access and printing.
Compliments of,
Wild about Teaching! 
We are looking forward to a great school year!

Sincerely,
Good Luck!  
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67 comments:

  1. Great giveaway! Thanks for doing this.

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  2. I'm not in the classroom but my goal for technology this year is learning about more ways to use it & incorporate it into my classroom in the future! Thanks for the great giveaway :)

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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  3. My goal for technology this year in my classroom is for my Kindergarteners to create things to show their families at the end of the year party!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com
    GFC: Kelly Brown

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  4. My goal with technology this year is to find a way intergrate it into as many of my lessons as possible. Using it to have students interact throughout my lessons and using it to interpret their learning will be truly enrich their expriences in the classroom!
    lmorgart@lcisd.org
    Curls and a Smile

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    1. Hey there! If you get a chance and like what you see I would love you to follow me at www.teacherplayground.com

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  5. My goal is toincorporate technology in all areas of curriculum.

    Denise
    Yearn to Learn Blog
    taskcard123@yahoo.com


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    1. I would love for you to follow me at www.teacherplayground.com

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  6. I'm starting as our school's elementary webmaster this year. :) I'm also in charge of finding awesome technology resources to send to the staff. I think all my blog stalking will help with this. :)
    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Katie
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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    1. I think you will really enjoy my sites.
      www.teacherplayground.com
      www.teacherpage.com/mrshernandez

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  7. Nice giveaway! melindacasas@gmail.com

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  8. I have jumped on the technology bandwagon last year and have loved the results. This year I have an I-Pad I have just started to explore and am trying to figure out how I can use it with my students. This blog inspires and informs me daily! What an awesome giveaway! b822b@yahoo.com

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  9. What fabulous prizes! Thanks for the opportunity to enter!

    One of my technology goals for this year is to get my 4th graders blogging. They've never used blogs in school before, so it might be a big task, but I think the results will be worth it!

    ~Mrs. K. from The Teacher Garden Blog

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    1. I used blogging with my students. If you need any ideas or having any questions, just let me know.

      www.teacherplayground.com

      Kristen Hernandez = )

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  10. My goal is to get everyone's passwords and usernames laminated on a single sheet for their bee binders. I want all of my students to know how to log on to each website when they aren't at school.

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  11. Here is my email
    missnelsonattpt@yahoo.com

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  12. My technology goal is to get the students more actively engaged with the technology resources we have.

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    1. If you need some resources, check out:
      www.teacherplayground.com
      www.teacherpage.com/mrshernandez

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  13. My technology goal is to get more technology into my classroom for my students to use.

    Amber
    ambs98@nc.rr.com

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  14. My goal is to become braver about using technology!
    Deirdre.Bachar@fairfieldsfuture.org

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  15. This blog is great! I love getting on and finding ways to put technology into the classroom.

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  16. My goal is to have my students use technology more.
    Jenny
    jennyglahnreck@aol.com

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  17. I love using technology in my kindergarten class! The kids catch on so quickly and it makes my life so much easier! This giveaway is fabulous!


    Nicole
    Lanier's Kindergarten Lions

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  18. My goal is to use Edomodo (sp?) and other goodies that have arrived to our campus...without feeling so overwelmed.
    Tania
    My Second Sense

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  19. my goal is to use the elmo more!

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  20. What a wonderful giveaway!! My goal this year is to have a recording center in my classroom so my kindergartners can hear themselves reading.

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  21. WOW! What an awesome giveaway. There are so many great prizes!!! i think anyone would be thrilled to win ONE thing. My goal for technology this year is to help teachers integrate it in their daily lessons as MUCH AS POSSIBLE. I am a new instructional technology resource teacher and I am really looking forward to collaborating with teachers.

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  22. Awesome giveaway!!!!

    As far as my goal for technology in my classroom- I am using Class Dojo, a classroom management system which I display on my smart board and I can wirelessly give students "points" or take away points using the app on my iphone and ipad. It's awesome. You can read more about it on my blog here- http://fourthgradelemonade.blogspot.com/2012/08/ok-so-school-starts-for-us-on-monday-i.html

    But my goal this year is to use Edmodo with my fourth graders.

    -Caitlyn
    caitpre@gmail.com
    Fourth Grade Lemonade

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  23. I got a document camera at the very end of the year last year and I am so excited to use it for everything this year!

    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  24. I got a Smartboard this year and my goal is to integrate and make full use of it! Also I am doing a classroom blog to make communicating with parents easier!

    Cathy I.
    mrsirwinsclass@gmail.com
    Mrs. I's Class

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  25. I would love to get two iPods for my classroom this year to use as a station.

    Elizabeth L.
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  26. My technology goals this year is to get some Ipods and maybe even an iPad for my classroom!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  27. I just got an ELMO from our Media Center, so that is my addition for this year. I can't wait to figure it out!

    faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

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  28. My goal is to use technology in the content area of writing. I know there are lots of new and exciting ways for students to "publish" their pieces !

    Lindsey
    phillipsecondgradestories.blogspot.com

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  29. Wonderful giveaway, such great materials. I would love to have my special needs students use the tablet to do classwork!

    Iteachkidsabc@gmail.com

    :o) V.
    Special Teacher for Special Kids

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  30. My goal with technology this year is to integrate the use of iPads to help students learn!

    Jen
    tjarhoulette@q.com

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  31. My goal is to use technology to get them excited about learning.
    lguilboATgmailDOTcom

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  32. Technology is so essential to making our lessons relevant. A great giveaway!

    EmilyK

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  33. Great give away! This year I have 4 computers in my classroom (as opposed to one last year), which means that if working in pairs, a quarter of my class can be on at a time. I want to regularly include computers rather than just my roughly once per month I got our laptop set last year. I need ideas for what to use the computers for, though!

    I'm your newest follower!

    -Dani
    A Place to Thrive

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  34. I just got a Promethean Board so my goal is to implement using the board for all subjects and I would like to learn how to make some flip charts too.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  35. Great Give-a-way! As a computer lab teacher, many of these items would be great in helping me achieve a higher level of literacy with my students. I'm a teaming tech teacher -- so I really try to infuse the general ed curriculum into everything I do. I will be passing this give-a-way information on to my teachers!

    I enjoy the blog! Thanks!!

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  36. I really appreciate the ideas you have. Some have been great for me with the older kids and others I have passed on to my friends that teach the younger kids.

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  37. Our team incorporated a lot of PowerPoint presentations last year. Hoping to expose students to more.

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  38. My goal is for my students to be more independent using technology. I am teaching them Google docs so they can write up their own presentations. We are also going to incorporate the class set of Ipads we share with our whole school.

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  39. Wow, what an amazing giveaway! I am receiving a set of 5 iPads for classroom use TOMORROW!!! :) Can you tell I'm excited?!?! My technology goals pretty much revolve around those. I'm piloting use of iPads in elementary classrooms for our school. I want to find amazing apps for student engagement and assessment opportunities. I really want to prove that they are worthwhile tools for these kiddos! Hopefully, then our school will be able to get more next year.

    Thanks,
    Cathy VerSteeg
    cathy@missversteeg.com
    www.missversteeg.com

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  40. I am on my way with my goals for technology. Students will visit our classroom website daily to retrieve information on vocabulary, spelling, and math. They will also contribute to our classroom blog by adding information from their research about concepts taught in the classroom. In addition, they will practice several concepts on our math program purchased through the school. Of course we use Spelling and Vocabulary City. Each day students will have access to the computers to take reading tests on books that they have read to earn points. There are so many things that I will be doing this year, can't name them all, but so excited to incorporate them!

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  41. I love this blog! I have gotten so many great ideas to use with my 5th graders! I am one of the techiest teachers in the building and I have used many ideas from this blog and can't wait to use more! Thanks for all the wonderful ideas and keep them coming!!

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  42. Wow! One gift card is awesome- so many is amazing!

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  43. I'm in Mexico so technology is a little lean just at the moment! We do have a data projector though, so I am trying to incorporate it at least once a week, and I am looking for engaging games that can be played (like Jeopardy) using the projector.

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  44. With getting ipads in my classroom this year, I need to find great ways to use them!

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  45. My goal this year is to borrow laptops from the grades that aren't using them so that I can have more then 2 students use them at a time!
    Lisen
    www.wearesecondgradesmartypants.blogspot.com

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  46. I'd love to try to do learning activities via technology and use digital camera and other media to document learning. I have such a long way to go though!

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  47. Awesome! I'd put every bit of this to good use!

    Cathy
    www.mrswhitehead.com

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  48. Great giveaway. I'd love any of the prizes.

    Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  49. Thanks so much for this giveaway!!! My goal this year is to use iPads with my RTI students. I want to find some good apps for them to use... Any ideas anyone?
    seward509@sbcglobal.net

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  50. Love, love, love using technology in my classroom!! Such an awesome giveaway!!

    korth@uwalumni.com

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  51. I the quick and easy ideas you share with us!! Thanks

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  52. I'm getting a bright link this year and I'm very excited to incorporate it into our language arts learning!

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  53. This is an amazing giveaway! Thank you for being so generous. Amazing!

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  54. Sorry! I got so excited I forgot to mention my technology stuff. This year I am trying to make technology a natural part of my day. I am adding in a technology station as part of my Daily 5 routine. I also have gotten many games through Donorschoose.org to use on my interactive board. It makes it so the students are teaching each other. It is going to be amazing - I hope!

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  55. Awesome giveaway! Glad I stumbled onto it. I am a school librarian, and I am all about technology. I found your site because I am doing project with QR codes and happened to find the post about the QR Cube and just kept reading. AWESOME IDEA by the way!

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  56. I will be trying to figure out all the ways I can use my document camera! I'm so excited.

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  57. I am trying to use my iPad more effectively in my room. I have only 1 for 21 students. I'm trying to let the kids use it more often. I'd also love to do more with QR codes!

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  58. I would like to integrate more technology (of any kind) in my classroom. I have already acquired two (working!) computer setups!

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  59. I recently found you and started following you and am so glad I did! Reading your posts and ideas is helping me attain my goal of incorporating more technology into my information literacy lessons. Thank you for inspiring me!

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  60. I am hoping to learn how to get my students using more effective technology in the classroom to incoperate it into every day activities!

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