Sunday, February 23, 2014

One, Two, Three Super Giveaway!

 
1, 2, 3 Eyes on Me!
No, not really...
But, eyes on us!
A few of us blogging buddies were chatting the other day and we decided it would be fun to run a 3-way giveaway!
It's much more fun than 3-way calling and way luckier than a 3-leaf clover...So, there ya go!   
We've each picked one of our top 3 super units and we're offering all 3 to you! 

We're picking 3 winners to each win these 3 units on the 3rd school day of the week...AKA Wednesday. ;)
From
http://www.dragonfliesinfirst.com/

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Morning-Wake-Up-1st-Grade-Common-Core-ELA-and-Math-UNIT-1-812305

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Morning-Wake-Up-1st-Grade-Common-Core-ELA-and-Math-UNIT-1-812305
 From
http://www.flutteringthroughfirstgrade.com/

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spring-into-First-Grade-Common-Core-Math-and-Literacy-for-the-Season-622610
http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spring-into-First-Grade-Common-Core-Math-and-Literacy-for-the-Season-622610
And, From
http://theteacherscauldron.blogspot.com/
(formally known as The Teacher's Cauldron... Just LOVE her new blog design and name!)

Enter the Rafflecopter below for your chance to win!
Be sure to check back on Wednesday for a 3-way call announcement!
Good luck!

26 comments:

  1. LOVE THIS....I could use all of these items. I will be watching and waiting for the 3rd day of the week to see if I am a winner....

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  2. and....one way I get my students attention is through singing songs. They get quiet and start to listen when they hear my singing voice even though it is horrific..lol

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  4. This is so much fun! Thanks for such an awesome giveaway. My favorite attention getter is to say "peanut butter peanut butter" and the kiddos say "jelly jelly". :)

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  5. I use whole brain teaching. I say "Class Class" and the kids say "Yes Yes" or I say "Classity Class" and they say "Yesity Yes" and other variations.

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  6. I have a beautiful chime...such a peaceful sound. Then they freeze and if all eyes are on me I give them a class point.

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  7. Love this idea!!!!! Love all the items you're giving away!

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  8. "When I count to 5 and open my eyes, all of my friends will be sitting magic 5 (eyes on teacher, hands on desk, mouth closed, ears listening, sitting up straight) 5,4,3,2,1"

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  9. I love to use music....certain songs make them stop and move to whatever is our next transition.

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  10. My kindergarten teacher says "class?" and they respond with "yes" and then she says "classy class?" and they reply with "yessy yes" its adorable! I say 3...2...1... and my kids whisper "Blast off"

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  11. I do "1, 2, 3, Eyes on Me" and the kids respond, "1, 2, Eyes on You." I also have a bell I ring or I turn the lights off to get attention.

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  12. I use "1,2,3, Eyes on me" and kids say, "1,2, Eyes on You". I also have a variety of noise makers and the children respond by putting hands on head and freezing.

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  13. I sing silly little songs to get my kiddos attention!

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  14. I use several different phrases in addition to 1-2-3 eyes on me. I say "I'm ready to teach" They say "I'm ready to learn", I say "Holy Moly" They say "Guacamole" and I say "Macaroni and cheese" They say "Everybody freeze"

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  15. I love using "class/yes" and "hands and eyes" from Whole Brain Teaching.

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  16. And a hush fell over the crowd.....the whole class says HUSHHHHHHH! :)

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  17. I use clapping patterns that my little ones repeat. Another fav is "If you can hear my voice, clap once (clap). If you can hear my voice, clap twice (clap clap)" (Or if we're somewhere quiet, I use blink once/twice.) My little ones LOVE it!

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  18. I start counting back from 5 and when I get to 0 they need to be where they are supposed to be and sitting quietly, or else they have to move their clip down. It works like a charm everytime! :)


    Katie
    kryan428@gmail.com

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  19. Hello! Great work on your blog. You both are clearly great at innovating new ideas for your classrooms! It’s fun to see teachers exploring new methods to motivate their students, especially in the subject of math. Many teachers are looking for fun, familiar games that keep kids interested in math this time of year.  The Tic Tac Math family of games for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch are great for this. I would love for you to take a look at the games here and let us know what you think:

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    Anne
    anne@iplaymathgames.com

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  20. Love these products! I use a few different things for attention grabbers and transitions. The one I use most is my bell - they put their hands on their shoulders and eyes on me. I also use songs for transitions - when the song comes on, their voice goes off and the goal is for them to be cleaned up and ready for the next activity at the end of the song. I also say in increasingly quiet voice "if you can hear me touch your ____ (fill in blank), if you can hear me touch your ____" etc. Usually they're ready by the 3rd body part.

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  21. Sometimes I ring a bell and they know to put their hands on their head. Lately, I have been trying out the Whole Brain Teaching "Class, Class"

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  22. Bahdup bah bah bah (mcdonalds theme) and the students reply with I'm lovin' it! Also count down, 3..2..1.. (Whisper) shhhh.... Until it's silent.

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  23. I love "hocus pocus!" "everybody focus!" I whisper it, shout it, sing it...they all have to copy however I say it.

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  24. Class, class and they respond yes, yes!! Or hocus pocus, everybody focus!

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