Sunday, September 22, 2013

Giveaway Winner and Best Selling Writing Activity Giveaway and Linky!

Hi Everybody!  Carrie and I are so happy to announce our first rafflecopter giveaway winner for our Best Selling Reading Activity Giveaway!  We had an excellent turnout in people who participated and we are so happy you all were apart of it!!  Ok, let's announce our winner!!!  Drum roll please!!!!  And the winner is - 
Congratulations Tyfannie!! We can't thank our donators enough for their generosity in giving away their top selling reading activity.  

We had so much fun hosting the reading linky party and giveaway that this week we are showcasing top selling TPT writing products!   

The best part is that we have many generous TpT Sellers who have donated their best *writing activity* seller item and we want you to enter to win them!!!  Enter the rafflecopter for a chance to win these FREE Top Seller's TpT Products!  You will get to win all of the fabulous donations from the sellers who donated their top selling TpT writing products!

This packet is filled with over 60 writing prompts for the month of October and over 50 different themed writing papers to go with each prompt. Writing prompts are written on task cards - perfect for using in a writing center!

Writing prompts include - 
*24 Halloween Prompts, Fall, Columbus Day, Fire Safety, Telling Time, Bats, Field Trips, Pizza, Sweetest Person, Knock-Knock Jokes, Reptiles, Being grouchy, Lightbulbs, Principal for the Day, What you are afraid of

One critical part to Writer's Workshop is learning about how author's write for different purposes. One way to help students become more familiar with "HOW TO" Books is to put it into action! Students can create there own "How To" Instructional Books. This product offers additional resources for students to continue practicing a different text structure than fiction writing. 
HOW TO USE IN YOUR CLASSROOM:
You can cut out all of the different "HOW TO" cards and laminate them. Place them at a center on a ring, in a box, or post them on chart paper to let students choose their "How To" writing task for the day. This is a great writing center that offers student choice within the text structure writing focus. If students don't like what they see, let them make up their own "How TO" topic to write about. 
INCLUDES
-20 "How To" Cards
-2 graphic organizers (One with simple lines and one with dotted lines)
-1 final writing page of "How To" (Includes: drawing a picture, check off writing rubric, transition words, space to write steps for "How To"
-2 "How To" flip books (One with simple lines and one with dotted lines) Students will also get to draw a picture for each stage of the "How To" Process


Click on each picture below to learn more about each of these best selling writing products donated by some fabulous teachers!

     

     

    

   

    

   

    

  

Starting today, you will have a chance to share your best writing activity seller and enter the rafflecopter to have a chance to win all the "BEST SELLING WRITING ACTIVITIES!" from all of our generous blogger donators!! 

Here's how it's going to work.  
1. Take a look through your TpT Store and sort your products by "Best Sellers."  
2. Find the product that is your best selling "writing " related product.
3. Link up your "BEST SELLING WRITING ACTIVITY" below.  
4. Enter the giveaway for a chance to win a *FREE* best selling writing activity!
5. Spread the word about the linky and giveaway through all your social media!! (grab the button from below!!)


The *best selling writing activity* linky will be up for one week and then we will share the winner from the rafflecopter!  The schedule for the linkys are below! 



* caitlin & carri*
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Link up your *Best Selling Writing Activity* Below!  Write the name of the activity where it says "NAME" and post a picture of the product.  This will help viewers get a better idea of what your product entails!  

19 comments:

  1. I am excited to be a part of this giveaway! What a great idea ladies!

    Amy
    Eclectic Educating

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    1. We are thrilled that you joined us!!! Thanks again!!

      Carrie
      Table Talk with C & C

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  2. I love to use rainbow writing with my kindergarten kiddos!

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  3. Double bonus-newest follower and entered the giveaway!!

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    1. We are so excited that you joined us and our are newest follower!!!! Thanks!!

      Carrie
      Table Talk with C & C

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  4. I am a new follower and just entered the giveaway! Love the blog and your stores :)

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    1. I love using sand or sandpaper for teaching beginning letters. The tactile feel of the sand or sandpaper helps students begin to build a tactile memory of the motion of writing. Love the look on kids face when they first start to "get it"!

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    2. Thanks! So happy you are following us! Using sand or sandpaper is a great idea!!

      Carrie
      Table Talk with C & C

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  5. Such a fun linky! So excited to check out all these new fun writing ideas!

    Molly
    Lucky to Be in First

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  6. I love reading about new writing projects. I am using common core writing this year in Second so these projects would be helpful! Susan

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    1. We are using common core writing in our second grade class this year also. Great writing ideas linked up here! Glad you joined us!

      Carrie
      Table Talk with C & C

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  7. I like using How To writing in the common core. Thanks

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    1. We like implementing the "how to" writing with our second graders too! So happy you joined us!

      Carrie
      Table Talk with C & C

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  8. My favorite is having my class write about why we should have a class pet.

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  9. These products looks great!! I can't wait to see if I am the lucky winner!! :) Thank you for hosting this giveaway!!

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    1. I love having my students use different theme list papers, so that way they are motivated to come up with more than just a Christmas or wish list!

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