Monday, July 29, 2013

500 Bloggy Friends Giveaway Day 2

Thanks for all of the wonderful comments from Day 1 if you missed it please click HERE as it is still running for 6 more days!  Whohohoooooooo!


The amazing children's group The Learning Station, as I noted before made this incredible picture for me. For day 2 of the giveaway they are donating a Seasonal Songs in Motion CD!   This CD includes traditional songs like London Bridge and Mulberry Bush and also new songs like Hungry Caterpillar, Spring Is Here, Kwanzaa, and Bam!  Click the picture below to check out the song samples.  Then go to the Rafflecopter Form and enter to win!  This will be up for 7 days!  The winner will have 24 hours to respond with their mailing address so I can send it to The Learning Station for you to receive the CD!



a Rafflecopter giveaway


The last day of my giveaways day 3 is bound to be the best.  Make sure you hop on back over.  You don't want to miss it!

Thanks for hoppin' by Hopkins' Hoppin' Happenings.  Keep on smiling!



36 comments:

  1. First grade We will be reviewing K skills in the common core.

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  2. Congratulations on a new milestone Brian! This next year I will be working with grades K-9th grade in Math and Language Arts. As you can imagine we will be covering a wide range of skills. We will be especially focusing more on gaining mastery of algebraic equations and writing compositions:)

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    1. Thanks so much! Wow that would be tough to teach so m any grades. Best of luck to you girl! Thanks and good luck!

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  3. I teach prek and work on letter recognition and phonemic awareness in language arts as well of lots of vocabulary and communication skills. In math we work on number recognition, counting, sorting, patterns and beginning measurement skills.

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  4. Kindergarten....oh gosh we will be working on letter recognition and sounds. In math recognizing numbers and shapes. We will introduce it ALL! LOL

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    1. Yeah I'd say in Kindergarten you got to introduce it all! Good luck to you!

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  5. Right now I am planning on subbing right now. I know using more information text was something I needed to work on last year.

    Lori

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    1. You and me both unless I can find that dream job. Yeah information text is huge in Common Core! Good luck and thanks for entering.

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  6. Kinder and we will begin work on number and letter recognition.

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    1. Thank you for sharing and good luck to you!

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  7. I have changed grade levels and will be teaching 3rd grade reading, writing, and grammar. Previously, I taught 3rd grade for 23 years, so I'm happy to go back to it!
    susanlulu@yhaoo.com

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    1. I am so happy for you Susan! Enjoy your 3rd graders! Good luck!

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  8. 3rd grade- place value to 100,000

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    1. Monica, thanks for sharing and good luck!

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  9. I will be teaching 2/3 combined for the first time.. VERY new to 3rd grade so anything for that grade level is greatly appreciated!

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    1. Good luck! 3rd graders are so sweet and I loved teaching 2nd grade. Check out my stores I have many items geared toward 3rd grade and some are freebies! :-) Good luck!

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  10. First Grade - Kindergarten review, number recognition, counting collections, CVC words

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    1. Thanks for sharing and good luck Karen!

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  11. First Grade- starting with cvc words sight words then getting into more complex letter patterns.

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    1. Thank you for sharing and I wish you the best of luck in the giveaway.

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  12. I teach Kindergarten and we will be working on more or less when we get back as well as Names.

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    1. Thanks for sharing Amber and good luck!

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  13. When my students return to school on the third of September, we will work on grade 4 Math & English. We'll start with the basics and build from there.

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    1. Thank you for sharing and good luck in the giveaway!!!

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  14. Preschool Rocks! We will start off in a couple of weeks with "The Little Engine That Could" to reenforce our train logo and to use as a reminder for our children to say "I think I can" instead of "I can't do it." That's followed by a month of "Pete the Cat" books - great for learning colors, numbers, etc. I am working hard on new file folder games and dry-erase games - just discovered dry erase CRAYONS while looking for dry-erase markers this morning & I am in LOVE with them! LOL :) - Tammy Hartford

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    1. Sounds like you have some super lessons to start the year with your Pre-K kiddos! Yes those dry erase crayons are pretty awesome! Enjoy them. Good luck in the giveaway.

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  15. Teaching first grade in the beginning of the year means reviewing kindergarten skills and assessing before moving on to building more number sense and start building word skills and comprehension skills.

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    1. Thanks for sharing and good luck in the giveaway and with your new class!

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  16. Teaching Kindergarten. We will be working on numbers 1-10 and shapes in Math. Language arts we will be working on learning the alphabet and sight words.

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    1. Thanks for sharing Sherri! Good luck in the giveaway and to a great start with your new class!

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