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2012 Teacher Appreciation Week Deal of the Day Preview: Day 2

 

It’s Day 2 of our Deal of the Day Preview!

Give students privacy and a place to concentrate with this incredible preview!  The Really Good Privacy Shields go on sale tomorrow morning, but you can win a set today!

Monday’s Deal of the Day: Privacy Shields

(on sale starting at 12am on May 7, 2012)

  • 12 three-panel corrugated privacy shields
  • Four each of red, blue, and green
  • Center panel: 22″ by 14″
  • Two side panels: 16″ by 14″


Regularly $35.89, save 25% on Monday, May 7, 2012 only!

This Deal of the Day starts at 12am EST on Monday, May 7th, but you can win one today!

For a chance to win the Privacy Shields, leave a comment below letting us know how you would use them. You may only enter one time and all entries must be received by 11:59pm EST tonight (May 6, 2012). A winner will be announced in tomorrow’s product preview post at noon EST. Good luck and thanks for being a Really Good Stuff fan!

Yesterday’s Winner:

Congratulations to Alison R. for being the winner of yesterday’s Deal of the Day Preview contest!  She won the Square Book Baskets in Royal Colors! If you haven’t ordered yours yet, they’re still on sale until midnight tonight.  Click HERE for more details.

 

Don’t forget to enter the We Love Teachers Social Media Contest!

Each day, from Sunday, May 6th through Friday, May 11th, we will be giving away one $200 Really Good Stuff gift certificate.  To enter, you must do one or more of the following:

  • COMMENT on any Teachers’ Lounge blog article.  The more you comment, the better the odds of winning.  Comments must be related to the content of the article on which they are posted.  Each valid comment is one entry.
  • Pin It! - Head on over to Really Good Stuff’s Teacher Appreciation Week Pinterest board each morning and re-pin the Deal of the Day.  Only re-pins directly from the original pin on our Teacher Appreciation Week board will be entered into the giveaway.  Winners will be announced at noon EST the following day on FacebookTwitter, and The Teachers’ Lounge blog, so be sure to check to see if you won!
  • TWEET “I entered to win today’s $200 @ReallyGoodStuff gift certificate during Teacher Appreciation Week! http://bit.ly/IxZ760 ”.  Tweets must be made at least 4 hours apart for a total of 6 entries per day.  Each valid tweet is an entry to win.
  • All valid entries from 12:01am -11:59pm EST each day from all three social media sites will be gathered and one random winner will be chosen.  Entries do not carry over from day to day.  You must to one or more of the above each day of the contest to be entered to win.
  • The winner will be announced the following day at noon EST on FacebookTwitter, and The Teachers’ Lounge blog.  Be sure to check to see if your name is listed!  Good luck!

 


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236 comments
Christina D.
Christina D.

These are great when taking test and quizzes to ensure privacy! I've been looking for a solution to use in class when I start teaching 5th grade.

Vicki
Vicki

These would work great for those students who have a hard time staying focused on what they are doing.

Tawnya
Tawnya

These would be great for testing and center stations!

Kristina
Kristina

These boards are so great to use for testing privacy! I would use them every Friday for spelling tests! :-)

Lisa
Lisa

These are exactly what I need for the classroom. Perfect privacy shields!!

Gail Howell
Gail Howell

Hi, I currently have some of these privacy shields in my third grade classroom, and I can never have enough. I often use them when students are taking tests and quizzes, and have also offered them to students to use during writing workshop. It's amazing how some kids are able to stay on task better when they are using a privacy shield.This is one of my all-time favorite teaching supplies! Great item!

Jessica Berggren
Jessica Berggren

I made my own "offices" this year using manila file folders. This would be great to have for test days!

Elaine Ward
Elaine Ward

These are fantastic! It helps to keep students focused on their work and also helps with the peekers of the room. I have had mine for several years and they need to be replaced! I was thinking about doing it this summer.

Kat Grahn
Kat Grahn

I love privacy shields. I made some out of file folders but these would be so much better!

Amanda Pickrell
Amanda Pickrell

I have been meaning to buy new privacy shields...mine have pencil holes poked in them and are getting pretty battered! A new set would be so welcome in my room!

Angela
Angela

I would love to use these as "study boards" for stations. On the inside of the shield would be notes, posters, etc. on a skill or topic that would be used to study or learn more about the skill or topic. They would also be great for those kiddos that need some privacy or less distractions during work time!

Nancy Wojtowicz
Nancy Wojtowicz

I love these! I have a couple that were left by another teacher. They are fabulous during testing times, but also when children need to be able to focus on their learning. I used to use them only during testing, but now leave them out all the time and children grab me when they need them. Unfortunately I only have couple, but would love a full set!

Joan McGuire
Joan McGuire

We love these! These shields turn a student desk into a "student office!"

Robyn
Robyn

I have these already. With how battered they are you can tell how much I use them!

Christy
Christy

I love the privacy shields. I have a class set now that have seen better days and need to be replaced. Unfortunately, I can't afford do that right now. My students use them when they take tests but they also use them when they need to concentrate. My student's with attention issues like to use them because it keeps them from being distracted. We also use the privacy shields when we are doing various auditory activities such as describing a pattern with pattern blocks made by one person and having others try to duplicate it exactly.

Pattie Holcomb
Pattie Holcomb

Our students use these dividers when they are in the computer lab taking classscape assessments. They work wonderfully!

Joy Glaser
Joy Glaser

Shields are fantastic! I could not live without them in my classroom. Since my students desks are in cooperative groups, shields are used during all testing sessions. Kids love them but I don't have enough for everybody so we have to take turns. Shieds are a must for every classroom.

Vickie
Vickie

These shields will make more seating options, prevent distractions, and allow privacy. They work much better than the ones I made from manilla folders. Students could use a colored index card and a clothespin to signal the teacher for help.

Kirsten
Kirsten

I have made these out of manila file folders before, but would love to have a real set of them. They would be perfect for test-taking time. Also, many of my students could use them to be more focused.

Janya S.
Janya S.

I also made my own out of chipboard, but they have gotten old and worn out. I'm ready to replace them and these look very attractive.

Eric Sorensen
Eric Sorensen

I am a third grade teacher in Phoenix, Arizona. I have heard about the quality and durability of these privacy folders and have wanted a class set for some time now. In my class, there are only long tables for the students. This makes it more difficult for students to have privacy, since they don't have an individual desk. These privacy shields would help immensely with the students concentration and performance.

Carrie
Carrie

I have a few little friends who cannot seem to control their eyes...these would definitely help!

Daina Roberts
Daina Roberts

I would use them to prevent students from looking at other student's papers!

Stephanie
Stephanie

I don't have enough of these for my entire class. They have to share and they always give me puppy dog eyes because they want to be the one that gets one.

Melissa K
Melissa K

I am currently job searching and am gathering items for my future classroom! Would love to save money and still have fantastic products for my students and me to use!

Joan
Joan

I've been using these with my students for the past 10 years - helps keep their eyes in their own space and lessens distractions.

Marie Madden
Marie Madden

Love these! I would love a set for my classroom. The kiddos could use them when taking tests, or if they just want a private space to work. Love this product!

Janya S.
Janya S.

I'm saving up to buy a set or two for my class since these seem like the best product on the market.

Dorie
Dorie

I would love to have these in my classroom! I am a first year teacher and have a very diverse classroom. I have some students who have high anxiety when completing pre and post assessments, some who are very distracted, and others who are concerned with 'who is looking at their paper'. These would be great!

Susan Olsen
Susan Olsen

I teach third grade science / social studies. I have been trying to get privacy shields for my students all year. I have even posted on Donor's Choose, but sadly we are still doing without. It would mean a great deal to my students to have a bit of space where they don't feel the pressure of wandering eyes. Sixty third graders are crossing their fingers!

Barbara
Barbara

These would be great during high stakes testing, such as MCAS, since ere seem to best many students in my room and very little spaces to turn the desks. They would also be great during testing for the students who get easily distracted.

Taylor Griffin
Taylor Griffin

I love these.. They are really sturdy. I would love some of my own :)

Sarah S
Sarah S

I love these for test time and individual private work time to keep wandering eyes from getting ideas from others.

Cindy
Cindy

I have wanted these for over 2 years, but have not been able to fit them in my budget! My friend has them in her classsroom and she only makes me want them even more! Praying I can get them very soon! :)

Misty Canto-Beaver
Misty Canto-Beaver

I would LOVE a class set of these!!! They are so useful for testing as well as when kids just want to block out distractions.

Sue Beilke
Sue Beilke

I have wanted these for so long, but never seem to have enough funds available. I would use them as "offices" for each student. On the inside I would post "helps" like a calendar, theme word walls for the month, sight words for the month, etc. I would also have a list of journal prompts and a pocket for their spelling dictionaries. Hopefully, they would spark a lot of imaginative writing. What a great way to begin a new school year!

Chris Gardner
Chris Gardner

Although I encourage collaborative work frequently, these privacy shields are the perfect item to use for testing or to help a student who is easily distracted.

Jill Santo
Jill Santo

I am a Special Education Teacher and I would use these for a couple of different purposes. 1. I would use them so that the students could remain focused on what they were working on. 2. I would use them to make mini word walls for each of the students since they all have different sight words they are working on. 3. I would use them to make a mini learning center. I am sure I can think of others to but these would be the ones I would start out with.

Christy Hard
Christy Hard

Would LOVE to have these! Asked for some, but you know how it is with budget cuts......: (

Diana
Diana

These would be fantastic for six weeks assessments and spelling tests. To ensure that students do not have wondering eyes :)

Fran Carnes
Fran Carnes

These privacy shields are a must in today's busy classroom. I'd use them during independent reading time, during test/quiz time, game center time (especially when playing math or social studies submarine game), writing center, folder time, and anytime a child needs help with keeping distractions at a minimum. The kids love to set their desks up like offices and these provide the perfect solution. Hope I win! Thanks for the opportunity! Happy Teachers' Appreciation Week!!

Bethany
Bethany

I'd use these with my 2 year olds. Sometimes they want to be left alone to read by themselves- I'd give them the opportunity for some alone time! I would teach the children that these are meant for privacy and the person using them wants some alone time. ;)

Krystal McGrew
Krystal McGrew

I would love these for testing. I use folders stapled together right now, but they fall down and frustrate the kids. Plus the kids write on them. I can definitely use a replacement. Thanks for the opportunity to win!

Michelle Reagan
Michelle Reagan

I would use them for test taking of course, but I would also use them to separate students for group or paired work. I would also allow students to use them when they wanted to have their own privacy. Sometimes students just want to have their own private time, so this would be nice for them to work behind.

Alan Furey
Alan Furey

Boy would these things come in handy! I would love to have these for Friday Test Day in my First Grade classroom. These would sure stop any wandering eyes!

Shelley
Shelley

I have tried making these but mine do not hold up well. We would use these often!!

Betsy
Betsy

I would use these during testing to prevent wandering eyes.

Bobbie Marroquin
Bobbie Marroquin

I would love to have these. I teach 1st graders, which they can be easily distracted normally, but I seem to have 1/3 of my class that are diagnosed with ADD or ADHD, so they are extremely distracted not just at test time but sometimes for just daily classwork. I have tried to make my own type of dividers out of file folders, for my students to use but they just dont last. So your dividers would be an awesome thing for me to have.