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Sunday, July 12, 2015

Back at it! (Stop by for a giveaway!)

I was one of the sad Teachers Pay Teachers sellers that was stuck at home last week. Even though I didn't get to attend, I have been truly inspired by the information and ideas people have been sharing from the conference.  Because of that, I have been inspired to start this ole blog back up. It is my goal to be more consistent on this little blog of mine! I have really enjoyed it in the past and I am pumped to get started again! I have also heard about how important social media is for us, so I created Pinterest and Twitter accounts that are connected to my blog and store.

I figured as a proper I'M BACK, and as a way to launch some of my new social media accounts, I should have a fun giveaway. 
In order to celebrate, I am going to giveaway a $10 gift certificate. 
The best part is that the winner gets to choose which store...
TPT or Target.

Enter using the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway ends next week.

I am SO looking forward to getting back into the swing of blogging and getting to know some of my fellow bloggers. I'd love to connect with some of you! If you want a new blogging friend, let me know. = ) 



8 comments:

  1. My favorite back to school tip comes from a pin I found a couple of years ago. As you're writing all of those things with student names on them (name tags, folders, helper cards, etc.), slip one of each extra into a ziploc baggie. When a new student comes, you don't have to run around looking for extras of everything!

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  2. Check student cumulative records if teach higher than Kindergarten. You'll learn a lot about each child, which may help you understand why certain children act the way they do and helps with seating charts right away.

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  3. My tip is to let students label their own folders and notebooks with their names. It saves so much time, and they like taking ownership of their belongings. Welcome back!

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  4. My tip is to really take the time to develop procedures and classroom routines that first month of school. It will pay off in the long run.

    Denise
    http://yearn4learning.blogspot.com/

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  5. Have a friend or family member take pictures of each student on meet the teacher night to have photos ready for name tags and other administrative items :)

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  6. I saw your comment in the forums and am happy I'm not the only one who's needing to make social media a goal in the near future. So sorry I missed your giveaway!

    Katie Smith
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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