Friday, July 26, 2013

Favorite Pins & Pinterest Scavenger Hunt Contest!

Happy Friday! I'm sharing some of my Favorite Pins and announcing an amazing contest!
I love this poster quote from for my classroom. 
I want this for my classroom! 
Totally making these personalized bookmarks for back to school! They look easy and fancy! :O)
Personalized Bookmarks / Personalized Gifts / Classroom Gifts
 I'm so excited I found this website! These necklace are only $7.99...this could be dangerous!
Double Delight necklace. One of our top selling necklaces in over a dozen colors and they're only $7.99!
iFake text-you don't even need a phone! It would be great to teach dialogue!
   iFake Text - create a fake text dialogue between book characters. No phone needed!
These timers are perfect for center work! Great visual for students to monitor their time, plus they're fun! And....they're FREE!
Fun (and free!) countdown timers for the classroom! Read this blog post on Corkboard Connections to find out where to download these timers and more and some tips for using them in the classroom.
I thought this was a cute idea for home or school!
Be Different...Act Normal: Gumball Reading Timer
 
 

We know that you're thinking about all of the items on your TpT wishlist as you are switching into back-to-school mode. Wouldn't it be nice if you had a TpT gift certificate to use? Well, it's your lucky day! These upper elementary bloggers are going to help foot the bill!

Here is what you need to do to enter for a chance to win a $50 TpT gift certificate:

  • Click the picture above or {here} to take you to our collaborative board.
  • Follow the board.
  • Find the pin description that contains the special code.
  • Enter the code in the Rafflecopter.
  • Easy-peasy!!
  • Contest ends Sunday, July 28th at midnight.



See you back tomorrow for Spark Student Motivation! Do you have a lesson, tip, goodie, etc. that will motivate your students for back to school?

6 comments:

  1. I'm loving the new Collaborative Board. The bookmarks really are fancy looking aren't they? I might need to make some of those myself. Don't you love the online counters. I use them all the time. It's a great visual and you can't beat the noise it makes at the end. Lol!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  2. I love the ifake website, so many ideas for how to use it in the classroom. I am sure you will make a wonderful poster for your classroom - that is a great quote!

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  3. I love the idea about using gum to help regulate their reading. :) I am going to try it! Thank you!

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  4. Oh boy- those necklaces are going to get me into SERIOUS trouble! ;)

    Thanks for sharing!
    Lindsay
    Just Keep Teaching

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  5. I'm in love with the Our World Boutique site you posted... oh my goodness! So many amazing necklaces! It's a dangerous website for sure! I really want to order the five flower necklace for open house and back to school... for $9.99 it's totally worth it, right?! Love the savings!

    Thanks so much for sharing all your amazing finds,

    Amanda
    My Shoe String Life
    Follow me on Bloglovin'

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  6. The first pin really got me. The message itself makes a good impression as to whom it was intended. Anyway, I’m not a teacher; but I can think of another tip on how you can motivate a child to do better in the class. You can use the reward approach so that at an early age, they would know how to excel in the class. It will be a good training ground for them to be a competitive person in the future.

    Lucius @Skild.com

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