Chalkboard GIVEAWAY #2!!!!

UPDATE! Here's Giveaway #2! Our winner from giveaway #1 is Holl Homestead! :) Congratulations! There are a few new ways you can put your name in the pot this time around. The 2nd giveaway will be live until Saturday at midnight! Good luck, everyone!

Well teacher pals, I am officially addicted to the Target Dollar Spot! My "Currently" post from last week stands strong this week again. I am an ALLSTAR Target Dollar Spot addict. But it paid off today. I know MANY of you are on the hunt for the "First Day Of" chalkboards, and I had some good luck today and found 5!!!! My big goal when I started this blog was to share ideas and collaborate with teachers to make our lives a little easier, and a little happier. Therefore, it's GIVEAWAY time! I bought all 5 of the boards, and I will give each one away to 5 lucky followers! There's a few things you can do on the giveaway to get your name in the pot more than once.


I am giving away one chalkboard at a time, so check back for the 2nd-5th giveaways if your name isn't chosen the first time. Good luck!!!!!

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xoxo,

81 comments:

  1. great idea! I love being with the children...makes me feel young!

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    1. :) They are the best at making us feel young!!

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  2. My favorite part of teaching is sharing stories with children. I love to use literature as a jumping off place for math, social studies, and science (in addition to reading skills, of course)!

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    1. It will never cease to be amazing to me how attentive the class is when I tell them a personal story, or read them a story. They love all kinds of stories! :)

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  3. One of my many favorite parts of teaching KG is when the kids tell me they love me & when they give me hugs.

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  5. One of my favorite parts of teaching is watching their progress over the year and seeing how far they have come.

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    1. This is what I try to focus on during those winter months. Reminding yourself of how far the group has come with their goals is a great motivator! :)

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  6. My favorite part of teaching is experiencing a students "ahah" moment. The smiles on their faces are priceless!

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    1. Yes! Since day one this has been my favorite too :)

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  7. My absolute favorite part of teaching has to be getting to know all the sweet babies! They brighten up the worst of days! Best job ever!

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  8. My students are my favorite part :)

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  9. My favorite part of teaching is watching my students grow and learn! :)

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  10. My favorite part is seeing that light-bulb moment when students connect letters-sounds-words and start reading! 😊

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    1. I totally agree! Hearing "Wait, I can read!?!" is my favorite.

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  11. My favorite part of teaching is the moment when a child sees their abilities/talents and is proud of themselves. Makes my heart sing :)

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    1. taking ownership of their learning and realizing that they are capable of greatness is the best part for sure!

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  12. My favorite part is seeing the kids' excitement when they begin to read!

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  13. My favorite part of teaching is learning from my students while I am helping them learn!

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    1. I had a student this year who was a walking Animal Encyclopedia. Needless to say, I now know more than I did before about many different types of animals!

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  14. This is so very nice of you to do this give away.... I would LOVE to win... These would be great to have a cover picture for their memory books :)

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    1. :) Keep entering! There are 4 more giveaways

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  15. My favorite part of teaching is learning about each student and what makes them click. I also love how every day is a new experience.

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  16. I stopped by Target today and it was bare. My favorite part is seeing a struggling student that hates school find joy and success in reading or math.

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  17. My favorite part of teaching is seeing the excitement when the kids get the content. I love teaching non-fiction units and seeing the real life connection. There are so many great moments each day teaching Kindergarten.

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    1. Non-fiction is GREAT! They are like little sponges and love learning true facts

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  18. Favorite part is seeing them grow so much during the year!

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  19. I have so many favorites since I've started teaching but I have to say that my absolute favorite is being part of a child's education. Being part of it is something that will last a lifetime.

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    1. I remember my Kindergarten teacher so vividly, it's such a blessing that we are able to be a part of their lives.

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  20. Love to see how confident they become as a learner in a welcoming and loving community!

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  21. My favorite part of teaching is watching my students learn and grow.Since I teach a multi-grade special ed class, I get to see them progress through the years. When they leave my class, they are just across the hall so I get to see them till they go to middle school.

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    1. My school is set up similarly, I love to see them grow up through the grades

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  22. I love to teach reading and watch kids learn to read.

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    1. They are capable of so much, I love it!

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  23. My favorite part of teaching is when the children light up with excitement after completing a task

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  24. I love seeing the progress the kids make from the beginning of the year to the end!

    Cait

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  25. I am a kindergarten teacher. I love seeing the kids faces when they learn something new, realize that they have learned something, or accomplish something that they thought they could not do. I also love how honest they are and the stories that they share about everything!

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    1. The honesty is so important. I love when they are honest!

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  26. My fave part of teaching is seeing their growth over the school year and also when they say they love coming to school.

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    1. I believe it should be our goal to have all our students say that they love coming to school! :)

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  27. I enjoy seeing the growth over the year, the smiles, the fun, and the hugs :)

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  28. Just working with kids seeing their growth!

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  29. I love seeing how much my students grow over the year!!

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  30. I love teaching kindergarten. They love you unconditionally and want to do well. When you start to see their progress it's a big celebration! And you know you are a big deal to them the first time they accidentally call you "mom"

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    1. you know they're comfortable when they're accidentally calling you mom! :)

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  31. I love teaching and sincerely believe that I can make a difference. My focus is on creating a respectful, caring and collaborative classroom and then I watch them grow!

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    1. You've nailed down all my favorites, too!

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  32. These are so neat! LOVE Celebrating my kiddos!

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  33. My favorite part of teaching Kindergarten in the enthusiasm the kiddos have for school! Their excitement keeps my passion alive and is what makes it ok to leave my own children every morning.

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  34. These are adorable. I'm going to have to check my neighboring Target.

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  35. These are adorable. I'm going to have to check my neighboring Target.

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  36. My favorite part of teaching is seeing the growth the students make in a year!

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  37. First, I am sorry if my comment appears more than once! My computer is acting very out of control! I was having trouble getting anything to post.
    My favorite part of teaching is seeing how the kids apply lessons and concepts in class.I love how my prekinders work and play in centers and create with each other and teach each other. I love how once in small groups one of my kiddos encouraged a friend who was having trouble and praising when they tried.

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  38. I love watching their face "light up" when they finally get it/ learn something that was hard for them. It melts my heart to see them come in smiling eager to learn at the beginning of each class. I love making them laugh and feel safe to take chances as well as safe from harm. I also love making great memories with them- both for them and for me!.

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  39. My favorite part of teaching kinder is seeing how much they grow in 1 school year.

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  40. Love laughing and having fun with students.

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  41. I love building relationships with my kiddos! Watching them blossom throughout the year makes my heart happy! ❤️

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  42. I love seeing how much my students grow throughout the year and getting to know their sweet personalities.

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  43. Love this idea of the giveaway! My favorite part about teaching is the things that my kids say, the ideas that they come up with, and just the sweetness they have for each other and of course the random hugs they give to me; specially if I'm having a hard day those just melt my heart and make my day.

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  44. My name is Linda and one of my favorite parts of teaching, well wait a minute last year was my first official year, so my favorite part was watching my kindergarteners come in the beginning of the year trying to get all of the alphabet correct and leaving in June so excited to read to a partner or the class at the end of the day. I also partnered with the fifth grade class and my kinders were so excited to "read" to their buddies at our ice cream party in June.

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    1. Isn't it awesome that they come in barely knowing letters and leave reading?! So cool!

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  45. Using both your info in the giveaway entry box as well as your Pinterest banner at the top of your blog and doing a quick name search on Pinterest ... same result ... "Whoops! We couldn't find that page."

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    1. Try this link - https://www.pinterest.com/KinderAlphaSoup/
      I think the link that is on my blog layout is outdated! :)

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