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Choose the Giveaway for November 18-23, 2012

UPDATE!  The Weekly Giveaway for November 18-23, 2012 will be the Fluency Timers (#3).  Thanks so much to all who voted!  Be sure to comment on any blog article before 3pm EST on Friday, 11/23/12, to enter!

 

Congratulations to Karen W., the random winner of last week’s Weekly Giveaway!  She won a set of the Primary Color Durable Book and Binder Holders by commenting on a blog article last week.  Would you like a chance to win this week’s giveaway?  First, we need your help deciding what to give away!

Choose one of the three items below and let us know which item you would like a chance win by leaving a comment either here or on the Really Good Stuff Facebook page.  We’ll tally up the responses at 5pm EST on Sunday, November 18th and the product with the most votes will be the one we give away.

 

How do you enter to win?  It’s easy!  Just leave a comment on any Teachers’ Lounge article before 3pm EST on Friday, November 23rd, 2012.  One lucky winner will be randomly selected from all valid entries and contacted by email.  Enter as many times as you would like by commenting on as many articles as you would like.  With over 1,500 articles, that’s a lot of chances to win!  Good luck

 

Choose the Giveaway for November 19-23, 2012

1.  The Dog Ate My Homework Collection Box – This sturdy cardboard organizer makes it fun for student to turn in papers.  The roof lifts open for easy paper removal by the teacher.

 

2.  Spaceman Deluxe Student Set – Perfect for practicing spacing when writing and following along as you read, the spaceman come in a handy storage tub for safe keeping.  Break them out for Daily 5 or keep them in the class library or writing lab for as needed use.

 

3.  Really Good Fluency Timers, Set of 6 – Have an activity or assessment that requires timing?  The Really Good Fluency Timers are perfect for counting up or down!


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17 comments
Rhonda P.
Rhonda P.

Hello - to me! Didn't see my first comment until after I made the second one! Too much turkey, I guess - LOL!

Rhonda P.
Rhonda P.

I thought I already posted a comment here, but here it is again nonetheless. I desperately need fluency timers. One of my centers is a fluency practice where the students time each other to see how many words they can read in a minute. Great giveaway - thank you!

Rhonda P.
Rhonda P.

Would love to share these timers with my fellow teachers!

Lori R
Lori R

I like the timers.

Sherri Monroe
Sherri Monroe

I would personally love to have the set of timers. We have been working on students coaching each other to work on fluency using the sand timers but these would be so much easier to use.

Tanya
Tanya

Totally need those timers!

Elizabeth Dymond
Elizabeth Dymond

I really want the Dog Ate My Homework box. It's too cute!!

Kathy
Kathy

I would use the timers ("Really Good Fluency Timers") in my classroom to help students with their fluency reads. Students would work in pairs and "time" each other during Partner-Share.

Karen
Karen

I would love to see you give away The Dog Ate My Homework Collection Box. I would love to win it, too!

Krista Ferrell
Krista Ferrell

I love the Dog Ate My Homework Collection box. I decorate my room in dogs so it would be a perfect addition to my classroom!

Stacey
Stacey

The timers are fantastic!

Devie Archebelle
Devie Archebelle

I love all of these give a -ways, especially the "Dog ate my homework" box! Keeping my fingers crossed for this one.

Devie Archebelle
Devie Archebelle

I am entering this week's give away. I have voted (2) and about to leave comments on articles. Thanks!

Lisa
Lisa

I like the timers better than the other items. I can never find good, user friendly timers for my fluency kids to use!

Karen Hill
Karen Hill

I like the deluxe spacemen set and could use them to help my first graders learn how to space words as they are writing