Friday, October 12, 2012

It's a Spooktacular October Giveaway

Happy Friday!
It's a Giveaway Weekend, and I'm so thrilled!!
Nikki of Melonheadz Illustrating made this adorable button for me.  Isn't it FABULOUS?!
One winner will win ALL of these fabulous prizes below. 

Thirty One All In One Organizer in Parisian Pop

Filled with over $45.00  items from my favorite skin care line:  Philosophy
AND 
A $25.00 EBAY gift card

AND....
I have enlisted the help of these fabulous ladies.  They have generously donated an item(s) 
from their TPT store.  Please check out their blogs and TPT stores.  I have linked all the pictures or blog buttons back to their blog and TPT store.
1.  2 items of choice from Miss Nelson's TPT store.

2. Math Word Wall Pennant banners from Elizabeth at Fun in Room 4B.



3.  Hundreds Board  Color by Number Mystery Puzzles from Casey at Second Grade Math Maniac


4. $10.00 in items from Amber's TPT store Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher
5.  An item of your choice from April of Idea Backpack TPT store.
6.  An item of your choice from Laura at Love to Teach 123 TPT store
7.  My newest unit... Government for Big Kids
Hurry!  This Giveaway ends Sunday at midnight.  One lucky winner will be announced Monday evening.  Please enter by using the Rafflecopter below.

Giveaway has ended.  The winner will be announced later today. ( Monday, October 15, 2012)

81 comments:

Stephanie Ann said...

I'm a newbie blogger (see blog below) but have been following your blog for a month or two. I love your TpT store...you are very talented! My favorite fall activity has to be a writing unit on what the students want to be when they grow up. I always make the end of the unit on Halloween where the kids dress as the career they want to be when they grow up. My school doesn't allow regular costumes but this is acceptable as it ties in with your curriculum.

http://sparklinginthirdgrade.blogspot.com/

Rachel said...

I love teaching Language Arts! My favorite fall activity is to trace one hand on brown construction paper and decorate with punched out leaves in fall colors!

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Miss Nelson said...

Awesome giveaway! Wish I could enter. HEHE
I am loving that bag.

mr4dude said...

I really enjoy teaching math now. I did not like it as a student- but I love teaching it now. I love showing the students how math can be fun and problems can be solved in many different ways.

mrspedtechtalk said...

When I was a 5th grade teacher my favorite subject to teach was Social Studies. Now, I am an Elementary Computer teacher and I love everything that I teach! I especially love having the students try out new web tools to complete assignments over various topics.

Sara said...

I love teaching math! It's always been my favorite subject as a student so I love teaching it. I've started to love Social Studies... that's new for me!

Sara
Miss V's Busy Bees

Sara said...

As for my favorite fall activity.. I haven't had my own classroom yet BUT I know I'll love doing leaf prints, reading Halloween books, and writing spooky stories!

Sara
Miss V's Busy Bees

Gina said...

My favorite fall activity is one we just did (from Nicole Shelby) and it was making and writing about Owl S'mores. My kids loved it! I don't really have a favorite subject to teach. It changes depending on the skills I am working on. It used to be math, but not really anymore.
Gina
Third Grade Tidbits

Teacher Kirra said...

I love teaching English and Spanish... which is why I have made them my specialty :-P I love teaching kids how to communicate and I love being able to inspire them to think 'world-wide' rather that just 'in my town'!

Teacher Kirra:Maestra Kirra

luckeyfrog said...

Science is my favorite, once the prepping is done. It feels like that part takes forever, and usually involves me needing to go shopping. But the teaching is awesome, because I'm a total science nerd.

Reading is becoming a favorite, though... I'm really loving feeling more in control of my reading instruction with Daily 5/ CRAFT this year.

Thanks for the chance to win!

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

luckeyfrog said...

Oh, and for the fall I love teaching why leaves change color! We do chromatography with leaves to find out what colors are really inside, and I think it's super cool!

Jenny
Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

Jenna Z said...

Can I cheat a bit? I LOVE teaching dog obedience! I teach classes so I'm teaching the humans how to train their own dogs and I really enjoy it!

Lori said...

I love to teach reading.
lraines78@gmail.com

Lori said...

We always go to a pumpkin patch for a fall field trip.
lraines78@gmail.com

Justwright said...

I would have to say language arts. Reading and writing never get old and are so very important.

Bren said...

My favorite subject to teach is Language Arts. I don't have my own classroom yet but I love Fall and anything with pumpkins!

The.Teacher.Diaries.K4@gmail.com

meghan said...

I l-o-v-e teaching math. So many interactive & engaging ideas to choose from!

Meg
Third Grade in the First State

Chanda said...

I love teaching reading. Great giveaway, thank you for the chance to enter!

Traci said...

AWESOME giveaway.
I love teaching anything ELA. :D
❤Dragonflies in First ❤

Briawna said...

I LOVE teaching reading! I like to pass on my love for reading to me kiddos!
briawnacallahan@gmail.com

thepolkadotowl said...

I am your newest follower! Super cute blog :) I love teaching Math and my fave activity is experiments with pumpkins...all kinds!! :)

Rikki said...

I love to teach math. My favorite fall activity is having the kids vote on different faces for a pumpkin and then carving the pumpkin in front of them they love it.
I'm having a giveaway too. Check out my blog!
ஐRikki
The Hive

Teaching Joys said...

My favorite subject to teach is Math! I recently posted about hands on ways I teach addition strategies!

I am also having a giveaway! Stop by it ends soon!

teaching.joys@cox.net

Teaching Joys

Suzy Q said...

I love to teach reading!

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

Suzy Q said...

If I am feeling up for it, we make crayon shaving trees to go with fall acrostic poems. Last year was a breeze...this year might be a tornado!

tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

Dee Bibb said...

I love to teach Reading and Writing most of all...I guess that comes from my being a total "bookworm" myself....and I've been writing stories since about age 8.

For fall we always enjoy reading spooky stories and then writing our own spooky stories. Then we illustrate them.

Dee
Mrs. B's Nook

Heather said...

My favorite fall activity is our Vocabulary Parade we have on Halloween. A fun way to celebrate with older students that is "school" related! I plan to write a post about it soon!

Heather
Kickin' It With Class

Mrs. Brown said...

I love teaching Math!! I like coming up with fun ways for students to remember different ways to do things. I think you see so much progress in what the could do in the beginning of the year until the end! :)

Katie
smileykate52@hotmail.com

Across the Hall said...

We're your newest followers!!

What great prizes! We're also having a giveaway, we hope you'll check us out!

My favorite fall activity to do with my students is making monsters after we read a bunch of really good monster books!

Halle
We're Having an Awesome Giveaway!

Mary P. said...

I love to teach any part of literacy!

Pitner's Potpourri

Janine said...

I love teaching reading.

faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

Janine said...

We make a Halloween pocket book and a Thanksgiving pocket book.

faithfulinfirst.blogspot.com

Anonymous said...

My favorite fall activity is making scarecrows and writing stories about them.

debinderry@gmail.com

Teacher Mom said...

I love to teach reading with math as a very close second place. Even after 25 years I still get excited when kids are turned on to reading!

Erin Ropelato said...

I love teaching Math!

Mrs. Brown said...

My favorite subject to teach is reading...love teaching kids how to read!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

Mrs. Brown said...

My favorite fall activity is making fall themed glyphs/art activities. Still looking for one to do this year!

kellybrown28021@gmail.com

mrsyoung said...

I love to teach Social Studies! And I'm your 400th follower : )

Young Daze in 5th Grade

Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies said...

I love teaching Reading!
~Lorraine
Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies

Heather said...

Love teaching Science and Social Studies!

Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

Fancy Nancy said...

I love to teach reading. I love to read and it is so satisfying to see students' reading growth throughout the year.

Lisa R. said...

My favorite subject to teach is reading. Great giveaway!! :)
Lisa
Learning Is Something to Treasure

forkin4th said...

My favorite subject to teach is math! Also, my favorite fall activity is to read aloud Vunce Upon a Time and create bat "vertebrates" by using a clothespin and construction paper. The clothespin serves as the backbone / skeleton structure between the bat body and its bat wings!

Thanks for this awesome giveaway! :)

your new follower, Antonia @ forkin4th

Literacy Teacher said...

My favorite subject to teach is reading and writing!

Literacy Teacher said...

I love teaching about pumpkins and bats during the fall season!

Sara Soucy said...

I love Social Studies! It's fun opening up the world to my little ones.

Sara :)
Smiling In Second Grade

Stacy said...

Love your blog! My favorite subject to teach is reading!

aclark said...

My favorite subject to teach is math! My favorite fall activity to do with my students taking a trip to the pumpkin patch!

Ashley
arclark2012@gmail.com

Katie Smith said...

It's so hard to choose between math and writing!
Thanks for the amazing giveaway!
Katie
I Want to be a Super Teacher

Erin said...

I love teaching 4th grade reading!

Cindy said...

I love to teach my firsties reading - when that lightbulb goes off and they're picking books off the shelf to read all by themselves it's so worth it!! :o)

Cindy
ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

Cindy said...

I love carving our pumpkin! Kids squeal when they reach in for the seeds!! :o)

Cindy
ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

Katie Smith said...

Anything with a Halloween feel is my fave! I love playing my Halloween playlist.
Katie
I Want to be a Super Teacher

Karyn said...

Wow! What an amazing giveaway! I'm your newest follower...and I am SO GLAD I found you...I love your blog (I've been having so much fun perusing your old blog posts.

My favorite fall activity is going apple picking with my students and graphing our favorite apples...and lots of other apple activities! My favorite subject to teach is reading!

œKaryn
A is for Apple B is for Blog
Kideducator@comcast.net

Christi at Ms. Fultz's Corner said...

This might get lost in all of your giveaway comments, but I just had to "boo" you. It's okay if you don't want to participate, but I wanted to let you know!

Christi =)
http://msfultz.blogspot.com/2012/10/boo-linky-and-freebie.html

Nichole Falkowski said...

My favorite subject to teach is definitely math! I love having mathematical discussions and watching them think and grow.

Nichole
Craft of Teaching

Nichole Falkowski said...

My favorite fall activity is making applesauce and writing apple poems!

Nichole
Craft of Teaching

Kelly said...

What an AMAZING giveaway!! My favorite subject to teach has always been language arts, but lately I've really been getting more into math, so I guess I love it all :)
Thanks for the great giveaway - I'm your newest follower!

Kelly
First Grade Fairytales

Jessica said...

WOW, what a great giveaway! I like to teach computer skills! I run the computer lab at my school. Love your blog! I am your newest follower:)

Jessica
Learn, Play & Have Fun

Cynthia said...

I hopped over to your blog because Christi "boo'd" you! I would love for you to join in the fun linky party by highlighting 3 blogs that other's should check out.

Cynthia
2nd Grade Pad

Casey Canion said...

When I taught 4th grade, my favorite subject to teach was writing. Now, as a 2nd grade teacher, my favorite subject to teach is math.

Melissa said...

I love to teach reading strategies! In the fall I use a lot of apples and bats, especially Stellaluna.

my_is_favored said...

My fave subject to teach is Math. It was such a tough subject for me as a kid, so I understand what it feels like to 'not get it'. So this inspires me to find different ways to reach ALL kids. Love it!l

Sue said...

I love teaching French and History

Confessions of a Teaching Junkie said...

My favorite thing to teach is READING!

Anonymous said...

I love teaching science in the fall. We get to explore pumpkins, spiders, bats, and blood. It's a guaranteed engagement time of year. H White
hawhite@henrico.k12.va.us

Steph Brachtenbach said...

I love reading!

Teaching With Hope said...

First, thank you for throwing such an amazing giveaway!!!!! I really wanna win this thing lol. Not that I don't always. :) Glad I found ya through Miss Nelson.

I love teaching science and s.s. I just with that there was more time. I am working hard to integrate but with learning all of the new common core it hasn't been as easy this year.

Hope
teachingwhope.blogspot.com

Diane R said...

I love teaching social studies! What a great give-away!

Diane
Fifth in the Middle

my classroom is my runway said...

I love teaching writing! I really enjoy seeing kids go through the writing process and produce great work!

The Science Penguin said...

I love teaching science, but lately reading has been really fun!

Tech4Teachers said...

I love teaching social studies. You can always figure out a way to get the kids really pumped about the subject!!
Great giveaway!!

The Science Penguin said...

I love book character parade...I'm looking forward to using some new ideas from bloggerland!

KWintuska said...

MATH! I love how applicable it is to student's lives.

Welcome to Blog Lane and thanks for an awesome giveaway!

KWintuska
katewintuska@insightbb.com

alawson said...

I love teaching science!!

alawson said...

I love helping the kids make caramel apples!!

Bev said...

I LOVE teaching Social Studies!! However, I am getting to where I really enjoy teaching Math! Thanks to interactive journals!

Bev said...

I LOVE teaching Social Studies!! However, I am getting to where I really enjoy teaching Math! Thanks to interactive journals!

buffy888 said...

I love teaching Science and Social Studies...

buffy888 said...

It's not a fall activity, but our Native American unit always takes place in the fall and the kids truly love it.
A couple of years ago a colleague and I (both similarly crafting-impaired) tried to do the whole waxed paper cut into leaf shapes/crayon shavings/iron thing, but it didn't work out so well. I loved that when I was in school!