August 17, 2013

1000 Likes and a GIVEAWAY!


Hey teach-peeps, I have a little 'ole announcement to make:

Remember when I told you a few months ago how I was super-nervous to start a Facebook page and Twitter account? ...'Cuz I wasn't sure if anyone would 'like' me or if it would be like reliving my middle school gym class all over again? 

Well guess what? Some of you super-duper readers out in blog-land do like me (or at least, you like Your Teacher's Aide) and I couldn't be more excited! It was just a happy little coincidence that I happened to check YTA's Facebook page at the moment that there were exactly 1,000 likes. And of course the first thing I did was squeal and yell for my husband (who thought something was terribly wrong and was just *slightly* annoyed when he realized it was just Facebook-induced hysteria) and convinced him take a screen shot for me.

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I'd like to just say a big 'ole THANK YOU to YTA's readers. You guys are awesome and I appreciate each and every 'like' you threw my way. :)

To celebrate this little moment in the history of my blog and to show my appreciation for your help, I'm giving away a bundle of my best back-to-school products from my Teacher's Pay Teacher's Store.




Here are the products included in this giveaway bundle (a $38 dollar value!):


      

      

      


Enter This Giveaway:

Enter using the Rafflecopter box below. It will ask you for your email address, but it will only be used for contacting you if you win and for delivering the bundle to you. You can earn multiple entries by completing the different, easy tasks below. 

Rules:
  • These items are copyrighted for use by one teacher only.
  • Entries are only valid if you enter with the Rafflecopter. 
  • Winners will be sent the items via the email address you provided in the Rafflecopter. 

7 comments:

  1. I always used to use scotch tape or packing tape to place the children's desk plates on their tables but not anymore. I hot glue gun them down.
    It's so much easier to remove. I hated picking at the tape or even worse the children picking at the tape.

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  2. I used to frequently use my spinner for choosing team numbers to respond or who does what at each table. I have now solved the problem by placing a magnetic strip on the back of 2 spinners. One is attached to the whiteboard and another is on a file cabinet. They are in opposite sides of the room to make them easier to access.

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  3. Submitted by Charlene Allsbury: "Use a numbered pocket chart for exit slips. Easy way to see which students have or have not responded."

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  4. Submitted By Stephanie Rosch: Use Planbook.com to stay organized.

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  5. Submitted by Paige Thornburg: "Always let the students know you care."

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  6. Submitted by Lesa Scammell: "I use Remind 101 (www.remind101.com) to remind my students about upcoming projects, homework, permissions slips due, etc. It's great, and parents love it too!"

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  7. Submitted by Megan Patrick: "Definitely smile before Christmas. Be firm, but ignore that old wives' tale and LOVE your job and your kids."

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