Friday, July 8, 2011

My First Giveaway!

Well, I have 11 followers now! Yay! To celebrate this, I am going to have a giveaway! You will have 4 chances to enter.

This is what you can win............
Birthday necklace from teacher wood crafts!

Birthday chair cover made by me!














To enter my giveaway, here is what you need to do!

1. follow my blog and leave a comment
2. add my blog to your blogroll and leave a link in your comment
3. Invite friends to follow my blog too and have them leave your name in their comment!
4. Share something special you do to celebrate your student birthdays and leave a comment!

I will pick the winner using the number generator thingy on Saturday, July 17 after 5PM EST. Be sure to be entered before that time!

Don't forget if you want to purchase other themed items from teacher's wood crafts, be sure to tell her Kelly Brown sent you so you can get 10% off your order! I love, love, love her things!

Thanks so much!
Kelly

36 comments:

  1. I follow your blog!

    awigginsworld.blogspot.com

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  2. Some years I've let them use my teacher chair for the day! They've loved it, maybe I'll do that again this year!
    Thanks, Nancy

    The Apple Basket Teacher

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  3. How fun! I'm a new follower! And is this the Kelly B I think it is??

    Hadar
    Miss Kindergarten
    Target Treasures

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  4. I follow your blog.

    missnguyensclass.blogspot.com

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  5. We have a birthday party with cupcakes (a must), they will get a king/queen seat cover for the day, a birthday crown, and a birthday present!

    missnguyensclass.blogspot.com

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  6. You are on my blogroll.

    missnguyensclass.blogspot.com

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  7. I use a sentence strip hat instead of the premade birthday hats. I write "Happy Birthday ___" and tape pennies on their hat for their age..example 6yo=6 pennies. They love it. They are also the line leader for the day. Easy and simple!

    Laura
    Kinder Kraziness

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  9. I follow your blog!!!

    Lisa
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  10. To celebrate student's birthdays, I'm going to do it a little differently this year. I created a special "birthday" tshirt that I got from Vistaprint for free to let students wear on their birthday. Also, I saw the balloon/pixistick idea on What the Teacher Wants and I am going to implement that idea this year, as well.

    Lisa
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  11. I follow your blog!

    arcrow@sbcglobal.net

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  12. I love b-day's...my class walks through a b-day cake windsock...I refer to the child as the birthday boy or girl...the parents send a b-day treat and a healthy alternative...we sing happy b-day and God's blessings. We take a picture with their friends...I have vistaprint b-day postcards and goodie bag with a few thematic gifts and a treat of goldfish crackers. We enjoy the day!

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  14. I buy those $1 books from Scholastic all year long so I have a good selection. On a student's birthday I give them a birthday pencil and a card and let them choose a book!

    Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  15. I am now following you :)
    Laura @ Kinder Kraziness sent me!

    Herding Kats In Kindergarten

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  16. I follow your blog!

    KristenMErrickson@gmail.com

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  17. I added your name to my blog. I am aMy Kindergarten Kids new blogger too!

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  19. and you are now on my blogroll at cobbkindersprouts.blogspot.com

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  20. Next year for student birthdays I picked up some Happy Birthday Badge stickers at the Target Dollar Spot - what kid won't love a giant sticker??

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  21. I follow your blog, sent by Laura Starnes at Kinder Kraziness!

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  22. well i have taught 5th grade only for 7 years and so i havent really done anything special for birthdays....but i am going to be teaching kinder next year so i need all the help i can get!

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  23. On their birthday, the student gets a crown, a birthday sticker, and I read Happy Birthday to You, by Dr. Seuss. I always make sure to insert their name into the story:) At the end of the day, they take home the Birthday Journal. In it, they draw a picture of themselves and write a sentence about what they did on their special day. The next day, they share their journal entry with the class:)

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  24. To celebrate, the birthday child chooses 2 friends to help color/decorate his or her birthday crown. They also get a birthday cup of goodies.
    Karen :o)
    Mrs. Stamp's Kindergarten

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