Saturday, July 14, 2012

$25 TpT Launch Party @ Simply Kinder!

I am very excited to be launching Simply Kinder with a great group of ladies and a great giveaway where one lucky winner will win a $25 Teachers Pay Teachers gift certificate!  It's the Simply Kinder Launch Party and you are all invited to join in the fun!


Over the next week and a half I have some great posts schedule from the following amazing bloggers!  They represent everything from preschool to first grade!  In kindergarten we often range from "sand tables and dramatic play" to the rigorous "the new first grade" type approaches.  So I have brought you a range of bloggers to represent the whole spectrum!  Lots of great ideas to be shared in the upcoming week!







Please enter via Rafflecopter below. There are several ways to enter so you can pick and choose the ones that appeal to you.  However, the more you choose, the better your chances.  This giveaway will be closely monitored and I will verify that you follow the way you have said you have if you win, so please enter honestly.  The winner will be announced by July 28th via blog and Facebook.  Please check back often for great upcoming posts, freebies and to see if you won!  

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Good Luck!

167 comments:

  1. Hey Jennifer!!
    :)
    I honestly do not remember ANYTHING from Kindergarten! Isn't that sad!?
    I do remember my first grade teacher though... He would sit at his desk while we colored and I remember him yelling at me for saying lunch in Spanish wrong! haha Oh the memories!
    ❤ Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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    1. Oh dear! I am always extra sensitive with my little language learners! =) So overwhelming!

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  2. I remember kindergarten like it was yesterday! Snack time, the letter people, the wooden housekeeping playthings, the comfy carpet, my wonderful teacher! We didn't do any real work like we do today, though. It was all play all day! And I still managed to get straight A's for the rest of my school career. Go figure!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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    1. Hehehe... you sound like my sister bragging about her A's! LOL! It's a family joke! Well welcome! Glad we found each other!

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  3. Kindergarten was a VERY long time ago! The greatest memory I have is that I wanted to go soooooooo badly, then the first day was cancelled due to a Hurricane. I also remember the name of my Kindergarten teacher, that's about it!

    Sally from Elementary Matters

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    1. WOW... sounds like what I remember about first grade... that was when the teacher went up in the space ship that crashed. That's all I remember about that grade... watching it on TV and then just everyone screaming and tears! Not so much a good memory either!

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  4. I remember kindergarten fondly. I loved the way my teacher read books aloud by holding up the book as she read and the songs we sang. I still distinctly remember these color sheets with monsters on them. I loved kindergarten!

    Nicole
    nicoleshelby@hotmail.com

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    1. I always say... when all else fails in kinder... sing and dance! Welcome to Simply Kinder! Glad I found you!

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  5. Something unique about me is that I'm a twin.

    Denise

    Yearn to Learn Blog

    taskcard123@yahoo.com

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    1. That's cool... two of my friends are having twins right now... I am thankfully only having one! =) Not sure I could handle that!

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  6. Kindergarten is the BEST grade!!

    Linda

    teachrmama@gmail.com

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  7. I am a NY'er!
    Julie
    jewelz@si.rr.com

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  8. Looking forward to the collaborative efforts on this blog! I teach Title 1 first grade so I cover a range of pre-K to first grade levels. sgrodek@roadrunner.com

    Sue

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  9. My small town didn't have Kindergarten when I was growing up...but my sister and I played "school" all the time!

    Pam
    pam.kerl@gmail.com

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  11. I don't have my own blog...yet! I really LOVE all the blogs that I have been following...such good examples for me to follow when I DO decide to have my own.

    Pam
    pam.kerl@gmail.com

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  12. Love what I see and I'm looking forward to more good stuff. katzmankindercubs@gmail.com

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  13. I'm your newest follower! What a fun giveaway! You have some great bloggers lined up and I can't wait to read more.

    Blessings,
    Marlana
    marlanajill{at}yahoo.com
    Lil' Country Kindergarten
    Kindergarten Network

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  14. I am a new follower! I am going into my 6th year of teaching, all kindergarten, in a small Texas town. Love my town and school!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  15. What a great giveaway!!

    Lindsey
    linds852010@gmail.com
    Lovin’ Kindergarten

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  16. I am a veteran (code word for 'old') teacher who has always loved teaching and can't imagine ever not being a teacher. :)I have taught Kindergarten and loved it, and have the greatest admiration for Kindergarten teachers. Teaching Kinders is so physically demanding, but oh the joy of exposing those little ones to all those "firsts" on their educational journey! :) jody.erickson@k12.sd.us

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  17. I am teaching Kindergarten for the first time this year. I have taught 1st, 4th, 5th, 6th, as well as technology to 1-5th graders. I have enjoyed reading all the blogs to learn what is new in Kindergarten these days.
    teresaksmith78@gmail.com

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  18. I teacher Kindergarten as well. This up coming school year will be my 7th teaching K, and my 11th year teaching. I love finding new ways to teach topics. I can't wait to read & see some of your great ideas.
    Beth H
    eaharris27@hotmail.com

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  19. I am back in the classroom teaching K again after working 3 years in our schools Title I department. I am really excited to have my own class again and to use the skills I gleaned working resource to better my instruction. :0)

    JnTRochon(at)aol.com

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  20. I work with students diagnosed on the autism spectrum; my grade can vary between Pre-K all the way up to 2nd (or any mix of these!). I love my students more than I could ever explain, and have loved all of my blog stalking and exploring this summer to find the resources needed for me to become the best possible teacher for them! Kindergarten resources are usually the best starting point for me, so thank you for all that you do and share with people like me!

    Charlene
    kachinan@hotmail.com

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  21. Thanks for the great giveaway!
    Andrea
    aaparsons@hotmail.com

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  22. I don't have my own classroom (yet), but I love reading blogs and discovering new ideas that I can use in the future.
    jkmatuch@aol.com

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  23. I don't have my own classroom yet, but I'm looking forward to finding a job. My heart is definitely in teaching! Thanks for the awesome giveaway!
    Heather
    heatherschmidt411@gmail.com

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  24. Can't wait for my lil guy to start Kindie next year! So exciting!
    Good luck with your new collaborative endeavor!

    madameaiello@gmail.com
    Tammy Aiello

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  25. I am moving down to kindergarten this fall. It has been over 20 years since I last taught kindergarten, so I am a little nervous!
    maria.youngblut@cardinalcomet.com

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  26. I loved my time in kindergarten. The kids are wonderful! :o)

    Jennifer
    jennkeys @ gmail . com

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  27. I was so mad that my mom signed me up for Morning Kindergarten and not Afternoon Kindergarten. Back in 1971 you only went for a 1/2 day!
    ~Fern
    Fern Smith's Classroom Ideas!
    Fern Smith's Pinterest Boards!

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  28. I teach Kindergarten in a Title I school. Love my job!
    cmccabe@shawnee.k12.ok.us

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  29. What a great giveaway! I teach Kindergarten-love it too!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  30. I actually teach 4th grade, but I taught Kindergarten for 3 years, and hope to get back to the lower grades one day :)

    sara.carico@gmail.com
    Fourth Grade Fanatics

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  31. I live in a small town in Kansas and I've been teaching forever...... almost! :o)

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  32. When I was Kindergarten age, I lived in VA (Navy Brat) and they didn't offer it yet. I went to 3 -1st grades in different states, I really don't remember any of my teachers or experiences. Poor me - but my experiences helped me to be a "memorable" teacher.
    Peggy
    mrspaulson@gmail.com

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  33. Thanks for the fun giveaway. I still remember reading along at the listening center in kindergarten to Bluberries for Sal. :)
    Katie
    katiebaxsmith@gmail.com
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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  34. I'm a first year teacher with kindergarten, first and second grade students.

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  35. I am a first grade teacher in Texas.

    Renee
    stewartr@greenvilleisd.com

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  36. I am a Kinder teacher in Texas. I adored Kinder! I had 3 teachers and it was a half day program. I remember always getting in trouble for talking and having to sit behind a bookshelf during movie time for talking so much! LOL! :)
    This is a great giveaway! I am having one right now and I hope you'll visit! :)
    Cheryl
    crayonsandcurls(at)gmail(dot)com
    Crayons and Curls

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  37. We did not have kindergarten when I went to school. Great giveaway!! Thanks.
    dianebode@mediacombb.net

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  38. What a great giveaway!! I taught K for 9 years, then I went to 2nd grade and now I am going to 1st! I hope I get to go back to K at some point! I really miss it!

    Ali
    alischepis(at)gmail.com

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  39. Thanks for the great giveaway! I teach 1st and love it!
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  40. I remember my Kindergarten teacher's name was Mrs. Smith...she retired that year. My mom always said it was because of me. I thought she was serious until I was old enough to understand sarcasm! Ha!

    cestevens83@hotmail.com

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  41. Hi! I have just discovered TpT and would love the chance to get some goodies for my class. Thanks for doing this!
    MicahBrown@cox.net

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  42. Great giveaway! I love your blog!
    heidihoang@live.com
    heidi'skrazykinder.blogspot.com

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  43. I had the most amazing kindergarten teacher and I aspire to be like her everyday. I also remember Andy Fisher throwing milk in my face during snack. For no reason. Kindergarten teachers are simply the best!

    Greg
    Www.kindergartensmorgasboard.blogspot.com

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  44. I'm a new follower. I teach 5 year olds that either just miss the cut-off for our district's kinfergarten or who were not quite ready for kindergarten. I don't remember a lot about being in kindergarten other than that I took baton twirling lessons and loved school! My love of school lives on today...I am currently working on my doctorate in early childhood education.

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  45. Great Giveaway!!!!!

    Mindy
    mwells@ourwayschool.com

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  46. I teach elementary students with moderate to severe disabilities at a small district in Kentucky. I loved Kindergarten and can still remember my first day! It was MUCH different those days than it is today, at least at the school I work in, but still lots of fun :-) Thanks for the giveaway!
    -Claire
    Special Speckled Eggs

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  47. I have very warm memories of my Kindergarten years. My teacher's name was Mrs.Betz and she really was the sweetest teacher I've had throughout my years. I guess the saying is true that you always remember your Kindergarten teacher. :)
    Bforbes89@gmail.com
    TeachPrayLove

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  48. I LOVE going back to Kindergarten year after year. I'm a lucky teacher! I attended Kindergarten at a little country school and LOVED it! We kept our supplies in the middle of the table in an ice cream pail. I work hard to make the year special for my kiddos!
    Patsi K in MN
    www.abc123kindergarten.com
    www.abc123kindergarten.blogspot.com

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  49. Thanks for the opportunity. I am a new follower. I work with students in kindergarten and first grade. I am so lucky. :)

    yvonnee
    yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

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  50. This is awesome :) I taught K for 2 years and am moving to 1st this coming school year! I am excited for the challenge and the change but will really miss all the progress and growth that comes in K!
    Alane
    aconnolly1216@gmail.com

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  51. I'm going to be starting my first year in first grade, spent the past 7 1/2 years in kindergarten! Hopefully someday I'll be back in Kindergarten.

    Amber
    ambs98@nc.rr.com

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  52. I am starting my second year as a preschool teacher. Thanks for sharing all of your awesome ideas. I love finding new ways to play with my littles.

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  53. Wow, Kindergarten for me seems like 100 years ago... and I don't remember much about it but I do remember that I was Miss E (from the Letter People) in my kindergarten graduation program. My Kindergarten teacher's name was Miss Scoffield, I remember thinking she was really old but my sister (who is 14 years older than me) told me she was a really young teacher LOL.

    Thanks for starting this compilation blog I think it is going to be a great resource!!

    Cindy
    mrsforeman4@gmail.com
    Krazy Kindergarten Teacher

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  54. I see that your blog design was done by The Honey Bunch. Erika and Misty just did my redesign too. Your design came out great! :) I just found your blog & I'm your newest follower!!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure
    fsuteach81@yahoo.com

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  55. What a fun blog! I am just going back to school to finish my teaching degree and am working as a preschool aide this fall. I can't wait to get in our classroom.

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  56. After teaching pre-kindergarten for the last 3 years, I will be teaching Kindergarten this September :-) I can't wait!

    Sweetpea5910@hotmail.com

    Amy

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  57. I have taught kindergarten for 8 years, the first 7 years were in a half day program, this past year was my first year in all day. I love all day kindergarten!

    Kari :)
    karianne1120@gmail.com

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  58. I am going into my third year of teaching this fall - all of it in Kindergarten! I love this grade level! Check out my blog here: Mrs. Cobb's Kinder Sprouts
    I have a giveaway coming up...
    My email: carolcobb23 at gmail.com

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  59. I have been teaching for fifteen years in the same school where I said that "one day I will teach there" as I drove by it the first time I saw it. I have taught 3rd and 4th grades, and now I am the Reading Specialist in my school. I love it as I watch struggling readers become NON-struggling readers.

    Stop by my blog anytime!
    Andrea
    readerstars@gmail.com
    Reading Toward the Stars

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  60. I am an elementary/middle school special education teacher. Kindergarten teachers are VERY special people!

    mjf9039@yahoo.com

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  61. Great giveaway!

    I teach 2nd grade and have recently become a TpT addict! We have kindergarten buddies that we meet with once a week where my kiddos get to be the 'teachers' (which they absolutely love and take SO seriously!). That half hour always wears me out... I don't know how kindergarten teachers do it everyday! :)

    Cathy
    cathy@missversteeg.com
    wwww.missversteeg.com

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  62. Thanks for doing this give-away! I'm a first grade teacher in East Texas.
    Shibahn
    landrylandoflearning@gmail.com
    landoflearning.wordpress.com

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  63. Kindergarten Rocks!
    MsAmyMc{at}gmail{dot}con

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  64. This is a great blog! Can't wait to follow you and see all the new ideas! Thank you!
    Rebecca

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  65. Hi Jennifer! I'm new to the blogging world as of June and new to the teaching world as of now! I just graduated college and am SO excited to enter into the field of teaching. It's probably one of the most rewarding fields in my own opinion!

    Thank you for hosting this giveaway!

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees
    ventrellasara@gmail.com

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  66. Hi Jennifer! I am Michelle, I was born and raised in Phoenix but moved to Charlotte, NC 2 years ago. I am going into my 2nd year of teaching 4th grade which is also new to me as I have been K-3. I am excited to begin following your blog and wish you all the luck with this new adventure in your teaching career!

    Michelle
    ncteacher4321@gmail.com

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  67. I'm a 1st grade teacher who previously taught kindergarten. I am excited to get some new ideas following your blog.
    Kelly
    kschwamb@gmail.com

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  68. ANEWAE2012@GMAIL.COM

    LOVE THIS!!!! I AM A FIRST YEAR TEACHER AND CAN USE ALL THE HELP AND FREE RESOURCES I CAN GET MY HANDS ON!

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  69. New to kindergarten and excited for great resources.

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  70. I love your blog - and the freebies to give to the parents at the beginning of they year - genius!

    Sarah
    sebbers@bellsouth.net

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  71. Thank you for all your great ideas!

    Cathy
    cathypark7@gmail.com

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  72. Thanks for this awesome giveaway!

    teacherific@gmail.com

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  73. Great giveaway! Sadly, I don't remember anything about kindergarten or the first semester of first grade! My family moved and my first memory of school is the first day of my new first grade!
    Patti
    pattib203@yahoo.com
    Primary Pizzazz

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  74. I'm dating myself...but we didn't have kindergarten when I first started school. :-)

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  75. I am your newest follower! Great giveaway!

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  77. I remember having only two students in my grade. I lived in a small town and graes k-2 were in one classroom. Does that date me or what.

    DonalynPogue@msn.com

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  78. This will be my very first year in 3rd grade. I've been teaching 4th for years! I am n.e.r.v.o.u.s!
    2emailkris10@gmail.com

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  79. Hi there :) Something unique about me is that I can say my alphabet backwards really fast and have been able to since I was 4 years old :)

    Heidi
    My (Not So) Elementary Life
    mynotsoelementarylife@yahoo.com

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  80. I teach first grade. I like your idea of having more than one grade represented in your blog. This will be handy for my struggling learners.

    Lvanhove@comcast.net

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  81. Hi!
    What a great giveaway. I remember loving kindergarten. I knew when I went to school to become a teacher that I had to teach kinder because I loved it so much.
    Vera
    abltadventure@gmail.com
    A BLT adventure

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  82. Thanks for such an awesome giveaway!
    kwelnicke@hotmail.com

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  83. I'm a first grade teacher but always need ideas from great Kindergarten teachers like you.
    ~Jane
    rsmiramo@smsd.org

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  84. I am an intervention Specialist for students in k-3. I love teaching!!! I went back to school after staying home with my children for 15 years and am now beginning my 2nd year of teaching. I can't imagine having any other type of job and enjoying it this much:-)

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  85. Before teaching resource room, I taught half day Kindergarten & half day Pre-K. I loved it!
    miss.ashley815@gmail.com

    Ashley
    The Resource Room Teacher

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  86. I teach Kindergarten so glad I found you new blog. Thanks for a chance to win your great giveaway.

    catherine
    Kinder Cuties

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  87. Hello, I am Lori. I am a new follower. This is my fourth year as a teacher and this is my first year only teacing one grade-first grade. Thanks fir the great giveaway!!!

    Lori

    littlelori0411@yahoo.com

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  88. Blog looks really cute!
    I'm Jessica from Second Grade Nest and I'm your newest follower!

    Thanks!
    jessica.l.tobin@gmail.com

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  89. I live in Mooresville, North Carolina and love teaching young children. Great Blog!

    amelias.schaeffer@gmail.com

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  90. I will be teaching full day kindergarten instead of 2 half day classes for the first time this year. I'm soo excited about this!
    Carolyn
    dopey0222@gmail.com

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  91. I follow your blog and I am a special education teacher!!
    bl3982@yahoo.com

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  92. Thanks for a fantastic giveaway. Am yet to take the plunge to create my own blog as yet, but I think it will happen soon!

    Tania
    tania.m.maccarthy@gmail.com

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  93. I started teaching kindergarten 23 years ago...then taught some other grade levels...and have been back in kindergarten for the past 3 years. This time around it's all day instead of half day...it's great! Thanks for the chance to win!
    Michelle
    mcoop1125@gmail.com

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  94. I follow your blog. I have taught for 34 years grades 1-3 but the last 7 in kindergarten. I am an only child.
    Kathy
    kswitzky@usd345.com

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  95. I am a special education teacher that is yo-yoed from grade to grade every year! I like the variety and the mix-up... so I like to see ideas from year to year... thank you for sharing!! Thank the Lord for technology!

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  96. I teach a Multi-age class (Kindergarten & First).. They are my favorite grades for sure!

    Stephanie
    ecuteach03@yahoo.com

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  97. I am teaching kindergarten again this year and I'm so excited! I can't wait to meet my new class of little ones! I'm in Great Expectations classes this week and I always come away inspired and ready for the new year!

    Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten
    ingen77@yahoo.com

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  98. At age 5 (when I was kindergarten), I decided that I wanted to be a kindergarten teacher when I grew up... well, today I am one! (And loving it!)

    celeste@mail4me.com

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  99. I had taught 3rd for more than 10 yrs... This year being an interventionist I also gave preps/specials to a kinder class 2x a week and LOVED it...I definitely could see myself teaching this grade. Thanks to you I got lots of ideas!
    seward509@sbcglobal.net

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  100. I teach full day kindergarten in a child care center and absolutely LOVE it!!

    Jen
    jenerator_8@frontiernet.net

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  101. I've been a Kinder teacher in Texas for years and being moved down to pre-k this year. My kinder teacher is the reason I teach. TY for the great ideas. shanisc@earthlink.net

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  102. Hi!
    My name is Mandy and I've taught first grade for 7 years!
    mandygraham311@yahoo.com

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  103. My name is Tammy and I have recently become a blog addict. I can't stop!!! I'm driving myself insane! Oh, well. It's not such a bad addiction!

    Tammy
    tammylocks@Yahoo.com

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  104. My name is Becky and I'm a third year first grade teacher. Can't wait to see what else comes up on your blog!

    rebeccakspangler@yahoo.com

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  105. ah, bananas! I think I already entered but hadn't posted my blog link. I signed out of the rafflecopter thingy on another blog and then came here and it showed I hadn't entered, but I'm pretty sure I did. I may have disqualified myself. No matter, thanks for a great giveaway and I'm leaving your link on my blog so others can have a chance.

    kinder.cuties@yahoo.com

    Catherine

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  106. I teach kindergarten and love my job! I have been teaching for over 20 years - mostly kindergarten! I now follow your blog! :)
    My Kindergarten Kids

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  107. I went to a montessori school for kindergarten and loved it. I do remember hating nap time. My parents like to talk about how I came home from school all upset because I didn't have homework.
    kheinrich9@gmail.com
    Ms. Kerri and her Krazy Kindergarten

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  108. I will be student teaching in a first grade classroom this fall. I am excited to start this new journey :-)

    Scrappinazzy@aol.com

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  109. I am an elementary teacher - I teach 5th and 6th grade Math. This year I will be mentoring a new Kindergarten teacher and would love to win this for her!

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  110. oops forgot my email mkpw14@gmail.com

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  111. I teach First Step (Pre-Kindergarten) in Newport News, VA
    pamela.byrd@nn.k12.va.us

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  112. I am a 23 year veteran teacher of mostly pre-k with a few years of kinder early on. Every year is different and every year I try new things. Maybe someday I will get it all "right" but I doubt it! There is always some great idea or cute twist to try out! Now with all the blogs, Pinterest, and Facebook, it's easier than ever to find ways to improve our teaching practices. Hurray for all the teachers who love to share!

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  113. Kim@dills.us. I am teaching first grade for the first time in 25 yrs!

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  114. I taught K last year and am going back to first this year!
    Stellaluna114@gmail.com

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  115. I am a first grade teacher!
    Hutto5400@gmail.com

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  116. I am a Pre K teacher!
    sdgmitchell829@gmail.com

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  117. Great stuff!! And I was already following all of the blogs!!

    Rochell
    akinteacher@gmail.com

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  118. I will turn 50 next month!
    cbartram@kitcarsonschool.com

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  119. This is my fifth year in kindergarten. I LOVE it!

    Samantha Tharpe
    samantha.tharpe@brantley.k12.ga.us

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  120. just started looking for kindergarten blogs this summer - that's how i found you! thanks for sharing all your wonderful ideas.

    lorinademello@hotmail.com

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  121. I really like your blog!
    Thanks for the great posts.

    Wendy
    scubaisfun1@hotmail.com

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  122. I also teach kinder! This will be my 7th full year of teaching. I also taught for 1/2 a year after graduating from college in Dec. of 2005.

    Joni
    KinderKids Fun
    jegalford3406@gmail.com

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  123. Thank you for sharing so many of your ideas on your blog! You Rock!

    Donelle
    wdonelle@gmail.com

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  124. My name is Rita and I've been teaching Kinder for 12 years now! I love it! I remember a lot from my Kindergarten year and had a great teacher named Miss Madden. I thought and still do think she was the prettiest and nicest teacher ever. I remember painting, playing games and winning little paper certificates for knowing my name, numbers and other things. I still have one certificate that my mother saved for me. I look forward to following your blog and getting great ideas from others.

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  125. Hi Jennifer!

    I am loving your new blog. How did I miss your School Memory linky? Love it!

    Kinder Alphabet

    lidiasresources@gmail.com

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  126. Hi! Just recently found your blog! I'm a K teacher in Southern California. Our class sizes just went up last year, so I'm trying to balance school & 2 young kids at home!
    Thanks for sharing!

    Valerie Demorest (Valeria)
    valdemorest@gmail.com

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  127. Hi, I am your newest follower. I love York blog. I am starting a new special Ed keg-2 class this year. I will have 7 special needs kindergarters. I am so excited and look forward to reading your blog for a lot of great ideas.

    Thanks for sharing everything....Dottie

    Dlfjmj@gmail.com

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  128. Just found your blog and love it!

    pamelajlusk@gmail.com

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  130. I almost forgot to get over here. Glad I did and I think there will be some of my fb friends following me since I gave you a shout out.
    Marsha mmmoffitm@gmail.com

    A Differentiated Kindergarten

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  131. Instead of paper tubes, why not cut up one of the "noodles" left over from the summer's fun in the pool? Might last a little longer.....

    I enjoy all of the tips and ideas you share. Have a great new school year!

    katymitchell@cox.net

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    1. Thanks for this! I'm a 8 year teaching veteran, all of which has been in kinder or first. I love my little friends!

      mrsgfowler@gmail.com

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  132. I am a kinder teacher and love all things kinder!

    jeannie
    jeanniemleigh@yahoo.com

    Kindergarten Lifestyle

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  134. Something about me is that in less than a week I will be moving out of the state for the first time to North Carolina for a first grade teaching job. :) Excited and nervous!

    Sarah
    teachingiscolorful.blogspot.com
    scoatoam@gmail.com

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  135. I am an Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education student. I appreciate your fabulous ideas and I know I will use them student teaching in a Kindergarten classroom. Thank you!

    Angie Christensen
    nick_christensen@comcast.net

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  136. I am moving from third to kindergarten this year. This is my 16th year of teaching and I am very excited for the change. Looking forward to following your blog!

    Cheryl
    ckerzaya@yahoo.com

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  137. Love finding new Kinder blogs:0
    I have been a teacher for 27 years. !5 as a special ed/inclusion teacher and 12 as a kindergarten teacher( and I still work with special needs students,as I have an inclusion classroom).I love hands on learning. I look for ways to differentiate and still have fun!!! Kindergarten is not what it was when I was in school.It is really more like first grade. It is amazing what these kinders can learn and do.Looking forward to following your blog.

    Janetdarou
    tjno9@frontiernet.net

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  138. I am a Title I Reading/Math teacher for 1st grade!! I love teaching and blogging!!
    Jennie
    jjohnson9774@gmail.com

    JD's Rockin' Readers

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  139. Loving your blog!

    deldreqka.scott@gmail.com

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  140. Hmmm...something about myself...I'm going to be playing tennis (sectionals for our area) in El Paso (I live in AZ) the weekend before school starts! Starting to get stressed now since I won't have that last minute time to make sure everything is ready. :)

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  141. I just noticed you're in Glendale! I'm out in Surprise. :)

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  142. I love getting the little tips and tricks from other teachers, here is my addy, andreapow@gmail.com

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  143. Excited about the giveaway!
    a_urso@yahoo.com

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  144. Hi! Thanks for the giveaway! I am a kindergarten teacher in Oklahoma. I love my job! I am also addicted to reading blogs! :0) I love to see what other teachers are doing in their classroom.

    Carrie Feldman
    carrie_d_rcds@yahoo.com

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  145. I'm your newest follower. If you get a chance check out my blog "Calling Plays in 2nd Grade.
    Shanell

    shanell3@msn.com

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  146. I've been teaching kindergarten for 27 years and each year gets better! Love those little ones and watching them grow and learn.
    phoppma@lps.org

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  147. I did not attend kindergarten but I love teaching it!!!

    Cheryl Westfall
    lv2teach_26142@yahoo.com

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  148. I have been teaching kindergarten for 10 years. I have a son who is 8 and a daughter that is 4 1/2. I love learning new ideas from other K teachers!!!!!

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      nikki-mason@att.net

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  149. I wouldn't have any other job except teaching Kindergarten! Looking forward to exploring your blog!
    Kaye
    ayerskaye77@yahoo.com

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  150. I am beginning my 5th year of teaching Kindergarten. I can't believe it!

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      atmalec@sbcglobal.net

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  151. I look forward to all your wonderful ideas! Congrats on the new blog.

    inirayluper(at)gmail(dot)com

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  152. I am looking forward to learning more about you and seeing your ideas! I am a kindergarten teacher in NC.
    tarheelabc@gmail.com

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  153. I teach Kindergarten in SD. lhof@sfcss.org

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  154. amandalawson4@gmail.com

    My name is Amanda and I am a 2nd grade teacher at Frank Long Elementary in Hinesville, GA. I have 2 daughters, one is 13 and the other is 3. Thanks for the great giveaway.

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  155. I have been teaching kindergarten for 6 years. I have 2 daughters, one is 20 and one is 9. I love learning from others and sharing ideas. My email address is darred13@aol.com

    Sharon
    Dogdaysofkindergarten.blogspot.com

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  156. I teach Kindergarten. I had the priveldge to teach with the best teammate ever until she retired and I changed schools. Now I have a new team and we are working on PYP in K.
    Jenn Myles
    prlhrbr@yahoo.com

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  157. I remember recess and the playground.

    mdebacker@hotmail.com

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  158. I remember asking my mom why other kids were crying! I was like, 'This is exciting stuff - why are they sad?'
    I also remember being the milk messenger. Quite a thrill!

    secondgradesparkle@gmail.com

    Kate :)
    Second Grade Sparkle

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