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September 8, 2012

Giveaway Time - Almost 250!


I think I can... I think I can....

It's another giveaway to (cross my fingers) get this little blog up to 250!

I'm loving all the things I've been finding on Teachers Pay Teachers and Teacher's Notebook - so it's the same type of thing as last time.  

$10 to hopefully help you out!

Follow the blog, Be a Fan on Facebook, Talk to me in a comment, or Mention me on your own blog.  Just help me get to 250 please.  :)
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When you win let me know what type of gift card would be best for you!

Good luck - you have 1 week!
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14 comments:

  1. I like to make leaf collages on contact paper!

    Allie
    The Gypsy Teacher

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  2. I have a stained glass leaf art with crayon and oil that I do every year.
    Stop on by and enter my laminator Giveaway.

    Denise
    Yearn to Learn Blog

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  3. I give each student a pumpkin and have them do a descriptive writing about the pumpkin.

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  4. Sweet giveaway Emily...:)Good luCk getting to 250!

    Vicky
    Keep Calm & Imagine

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  5. Carve a pumpkin in class. Surprising how many have never done that!

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  6. With my students, we estimate the amount of seeds in a pumpkin, and then count them. We also discuss the life cycle of a pumpkin.

    teacherroom102.blogspot.com

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  7. I like using a big pumpkin for math studies. Good Luck with getting to 250!

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  8. My favorite fall activity is our Pumpkin Investigations that we do around Halloween. We do math and science investigations, like circumference of a pumpkin, seed estimating, sink and float, etc. It's so much fun for the kids!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  9. Looks like fall = pumpkin time! haha We do "Pumpkin Biographies" in October! They are so much fun!! Congrats on (almost!) 250!!

    Molly
    Lessons with Laughter

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  10. We made "Pumpkin Pie in a Cup" last year and wrote a how-to about it. The kids loved it! You're at 245-- almost there! I'm stuck at around the same number. =)

    Meg
    Third Grade in the First State

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  11. My favorite fall activity is taking my 4th graders on a hike in the woods on our school property. There is also a creek and pond on the property and the kids love finding crayfish (that is our first fall science kit) and other wildlife!!
    ~Holly
    Fourth Grade Flipper

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  12. Fall is my favorite time of year!!!! Our favorite activity is carving pumpkins and writing a how to story about it!!!
    Great giveaway!!!

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  13. My favorite autumn activity happens during Thanksgiving! We make "I am thankful for..." placemats and then I laminate them so that the students can use them as real placemats during our "Family Feast" (known as a holiday party...any excuse to have snacks with the kiddos)

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  14. I love canoe haikus! Our grade level visits a nearby lake for a "watershed day" and do things like test water quality, role play, so on. When we return, students write a haiku about nature and decorate a construction paper canoe with Native American symbols. So fun to read! And I love the beautiful fall colors we observe on our trip!

    Young Daze in 5th Grade

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