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Weekly Giveaway for December 2-7, 2012

Congratulations to AJ, the random winner of last week’s Really Good Giveaway!  She won the Pass the Dice Addition Game by leaving a relevant comment on the blog last week.  If you didn’t win, that’s okay!  There’s another chance to win this week, but first we need your help selecting the item we should give away.

Take a look at the three choices below and leave a comment here or on our Facebook page letting us know which one you would choose.  All votes must be in by 5pm EST on Sunday, December 2nd, so be sure to comment.  Remember, all you need to do to enter to win is leave a relevant comment on any of the over 1,500 blog articles on The Teachers’ Lounge before 3pm EST on Friday, December 7th, 2012.  One lucky winner will be randomly selected from all valid entries and announced on Sunday, December 9th.  Want to improve your odds of winning?  It’s easy!  Just comment on more than one article.  There is no limit to the number of times you can enter.  Good luck!  Now, let’s pick that giveaway!

 

Which Do You Want to See as the Giveaway This Week?

 

  1. Everyday Multicolored Pocket Chart – Organize your sentence strips, picture prompts, or encourage sorting with this multicolored pocket chart that can be hung by the sturdy grommets or by the extra-strong magnetic strip on the back.
  2. Set of 8 Small Classroom Stacking Baskets in Neon – Keep your supplies neat and tidy with baskets designed with organization in mind.  The set of eight is perfect for table top supplies or center work.
  3. Deluxe Bulletin Board Storage Bag - Tired of crinkled corners and missing bulletin board pieces?  The Deluxe Bulletin Board Storage Bag is designed to help you keep it together.

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17 comments
Gloria Wilson
Gloria Wilson

I was glad to see that #3 was picked. I would love to win this.

Kathy
Kathy

I would love to see the 1st choice...this would be extremely useful! Thanks for doing this!

Kelsey LeTourneau
Kelsey LeTourneau

The pocket chart would be great for me. This is my first year teaching and I do not have a pocket chart yet!

Laurie Griffin
Laurie Griffin

One or two would be especially helpful, but I'd be happy to win any of them!

Melinda
Melinda

I like #3....I love making charts at home and bringing them to school. I could really use this!

Heather Jackson
Heather Jackson

The baskets would be wonderful to have in my classroom!

Megan
Megan

I like stuff from Really Good Stuff

Caitlin
Caitlin

Thank you for another chance at winning really GREAT stuff for my classroom! :) Caitlin N.

Teri Gottlob
Teri Gottlob

I love the stackable baskets to store booksin by reading level!

Leslie pickman
Leslie pickman

#2~. I am always looking to add more baskets for my classroom library!

Cheryl Conner
Cheryl Conner

The baskets have helped to organize my leveled readers for each of my students. They make pulling books for Daily 5 so much easier, and now my students are able to pull and put back books with ease.

Sharon Mannix
Sharon Mannix

As my own bulletin board supplies are scattered about in various cardboard boxes and improvised cardboard sleeves, I would love to see #3 as the giveaway prize. Organizing tools are essential in any classroom :)

Dana Flowers
Dana Flowers

I was excited to find "Common Core Lesson Plan – Money Word Problems at Reese and Rosely’s Really Good Store" this morning. It aligns perfectly with the plans I've made for this very week! I appreciate the many articles and tools found here...Really Good Stuff always lives up to it's name!

Lori Szeliga
Lori Szeliga

The bulletin board organizer would help me find things so much faster. The bins are so helpful for centers.

Lori Szeliga
Lori Szeliga

I would love the pocket charts! What a great tool for teaching! And who doesn't need more bins? I love the bright colors!

Sarah
Sarah

Everyday Multicolored Pocket Chart

Brandi Jordan
Brandi Jordan

Thanks so much, Dana! Glad the article was helpful for you! ~Brandi