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July 19, 2016

Really Good Teachers Charter Member Celebration Giveaway

Written By: Brandi Jordan
Category: The School Year
X Become a Charter Member at for a chance to win one of 8 eGift Certificates!

Become a Charter Member at for a chance to win one of 8 eGift Certificates!

Welcome to Really Good Teachers, a community created by teachers for teachers! To celebrate our launch, we’re giving away 14 $25 Really Good Stuff eGift certificates between July 16th and September 2nd.  So, come join the community, share your expertise, and learn from Really Good Teachers around the world!

Win a $25 Really Good Stuff eGift Certificate This Summer!

Entering is easy!

1. Register for a free account

2. Post a relevant comment or start a new discussion thread on the Really Good Teachers Forums for one entry between Saturday and Thursday during the contest period.

3. For each additional relevant comment made on the forums during the week, you’ll get an additional entry.

Winners Chosen Every Friday!

Every Friday (beginning July 22nd), two winners will be chosen from all valid entries using Each winner will receive a $25 Really Good Stuff eGift Certificate sent to the email address used to register for the account.

It’s that simple!  Join today, comment or start a discussion thread on the Really Good Teachers Forums, and you’re entered to win!  Good luck!!


Meet the Winners

Find all of the winner announcements on the Really Good Teachers Forums!


Terms and Conditions


  1. The contest is open to residents of the United States and Canada who are over 18 years of age at the time of entry.
  2. Two winners from all valid entries during the contest week will be chosen at random using
  3. The $25 Really Good Stuff eGift Certificates are redeemable online at only.
  4. The winners will be contacted by email using the email address used to register for The first names of the winners will be posted on the Really Good Teachers Forums.
  5. The contest runs for eight weeks (July 16th-September 1st). Each contest week period runs from Saturday at 12:00am EST through Thursday at 11:59pm EST.
  6. Void where prohibited by law.
  7. Questions?  Email us at





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  • phymorr
    August 2, 2016

    What do you as a middle school teacher do for your first writing activity? I usually have the students describe their shoe with words and then sentences into a paragraph. They put one shoe in front of the room in a pile while the other shoe is sat on. They read the paragraph and if it is descriptive enough using all senses minus taste, I should be able to find it. The students love this one – especially when I smell the shoe!

  • dlsnyder55
    July 20, 2016

    To amelliam: You will have an advantage knowing where you will want the children to be academically n order to be ready for first grade! I taught K for 19 years and first grade the last two years. I am excited to be going back to kindergarten for my final year of teaching! Since your students will have less experience deciphering written notes, you might want to have center labels for materials in words and pictures to help students locate and return items. I often put the same picture label on the bin, object, and also the shelf where it should be returned. (Or use colored sticky dots on plastic bins, and a matching dot for the shelf it goes. Have a short poem or song to cue students on classroom procedures, and just take a few minutes each day to listen to their stories and share a few hugs. Have fun!

  • Patti
    July 20, 2016

    Moving to a steam school and changing grades from 8th to 6th. Going to be teaching math, science, and art.

  • amelliam
    July 20, 2016

    After 20 years in 1st I’m moving to Kindergarten. All you awesome Kindergarten teachers, what is your best advice in order to be prepared?

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