Sunday, November 25, 2012

Sharing, Caring and a Freebie!

Happy Sunday! How was your break?  I spent a lot of time organizing, sleeping, cleaning and there may have been catching up on grading some papers and other school to-do's, not that I had gotten behind or anything :).  Alas, I think I'm ready to get back to the kiddos and a fun week ahead!  I'm so excited about the holiday season.  I love every bit of the magic and the way it brings out the best in people and such great memories. 


To kick off the season of sharing and caring I will be gifting a $10 TpT Gift Certificate to one lucky winner.  It will be raffled off Monday night, in time to use before the awesome sale is over!  





I will also be gifting any item of your choice from my TpT store to the first 10 people to comment below with the item you would like and your email address.





And of course a little freebie for everyone!  This is a Christmas Noun Sort.  This will used be in my literacy centers this week.  




Don't forget to link up your best Holiday Crafts!  
I'm so excited to see them! 


Have a great week! 


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26 comments:

  1. I would love to have the book bim labels. It is on my list to do over the Holiday break

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  2. Thank you! I've just started following your blog and store. :) I would love your MLK- Dr. Martin Luther King Book and Activities.
    lorepuckett at verizon dot net

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  3. Wow! How generous. I would like to have your "Dream of Change" activities about Dr. Martin Luther King.

    john.underwood3@frontier.com

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  4. Organize the Magic of you books! That is a much needed helper for me, my library, my classroom, and my kids! Thanks
    bahubabes1@mac.com

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  5. Geez, "your" not "you" - ughhhh, not ready to return to school tomorrow....still grading, lesson planning, etc,

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  6. Wow, what a gracious gift! I really like your Book Bin labels and would love to have it! Thanks so much!
    Tammy pryrwrks@yahoo.com

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  7. I would love your Dream of Change "MLK- Dr. Martin Luther King Book and Activities". Thank you for being so generous!!!

    kspra123@hotmail.com

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  8. I'm a new follower - just found your blog through the Classroom Freebies blog. I would love your MLK activities pack. Thank you so much for the opportunity to see some of your great work!
    Storie
    atozscrapbook@gmail.com
    Stories by Storie

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  9. I just started following your blog, but "liked" you on Facebook awhile back. Love all of your stuff! One of these days I may find time to do a TpT store ... in the meantime, I'll take advantage of wonderful people like you who are so generous! If I'm not too late, I'd love to get your MLK activities. If I'm too late, it's okay ... Thanks again for sharing your creativity!

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  10. AHHHH .... my email is kschoeler@comcast.net
    :)

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  11. Love the Christmas noun sort, so cute! Love your blog! I am nominating your blog for the Leibster Award. Check out http://www.clubkindergarten.com for all of the details! :)

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  12. Love the freebie! That is exactly what I needed this week! Thanks!
    New follower both here and TPT.
    ✪Crystal✪
    Strive to Sparkle

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  13. Thanks for the noun sort. My students will love it!
    R. Smith
    smithrc563@aol.com

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  14. Perfect activity for what I am currently doing; thank you so much for your kindness!

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  15. I'm your newest follower! I found you through TBTS!

    TheJugglingTeacher

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  16. How generous! I am nominating you for the Liebster award! Stop by my blog to view the qalifications! Glad to meet you! Great Blogging!
    wendy
    1stgradefireworks@gmail.com
    https://1stgradefireworks.blogspot.com/

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  17. Well, I see that Wendy beat me to it! I also have nominated you for a Liebster Award. Check it out: Teaching is Elementary Don't feel like you have to respond to mine, but wanted to know I appreciate all you share!

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