Monday, May 19, 2014

Ultimate Writer's Notebook GIVEAWAY!

Did you see my Ultimater Writer's Notebook for grades 3-5 that I posted last week?  Click the pic if you missed the post!

Well, I've added a grades 1-2 friendly version of the product on TpT!  From today until Friday, you can enter to win your choice of the 1-2 or 3-5 pack!

Click either pic for more info and enter using the Rafflecopter below!

Winner announced this weekend... and both packs are on sale until the end of the giveaway!


76 comments:

  1. I love to teach the writing process! It was one of the first things I learned about in my education classes in college and makes my students so much more independent when it comes to each writing assignment we complete!

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  2. I love to teach opinion writing...and it is really fun to have students switch and write about the viewpoint opposite of theirs every now and then!

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  3. I LOVE to teach all the rules of grammar and writing. It is great when I can give students a mnemonic device to remember all those tricky grammar rules.

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  4. My favorite writing thing is writing monthly memories with the kiddos, then at the end of the year they put all of their monthly writing together to make a memory book. It's pretty cool to look through all of the writing and see how much they've grown through the year!

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  5. I have this on my wish list for TpT! Looks great!

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  6. This is on my wish list...I hope I win!!!

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  7. This looks wonderful Christina! I love to teach informational writing...we had such a blast writing about early explorers this year.

    Thanks for the opportunity to win a copy!

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  8. I enjoy teaching writing, but mostly- I love all of the kids ideas and how they string things together!

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  9. This looks great! I'm moving up to 3rd grade next year and want to start off teaching writing in a strong way. This would definitely help! This year in first, I loved to teach onomatopoeia because the kids had so much fun with it! Thanks!

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  10. I've done a few interactive math notebook activities with my kids this year, and they have loved them! Not to mention, their scores were higher when we did interactive notebooks! So I plan on doing as many interactive notebooks as possible with next year's class!

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  11. This looks so fabulous! Thank you for making one for 1/2. I'm putting this on my wish list (but hoping I win :) ) I love all of your packs. You do a great job!

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  12. Love to teach informational writing!!! Let's me know just how much the kids have learned. This would be a fantastic resource!!!

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  13. I just embraced Writer's Workshop and interactive notebooks this year. Your first/second grade product looks terrific!

    Psyched to be in 2nd!

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  14. I love using mentor texts with writing!

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  15. I love to teach poetry - the kids really enjoy writing different poems. Also, I pinned your dynamic product: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/138415388522258787/

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  16. I love to teach persuasive writing and procedure writing!
    -Lisa
    Grade 4 Buzz

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  17. I'm so excited to see that you've added grades 1-2! What a huge help this would be, especially since my district doesn't have any kind of writing resources! Yikes! What a fantastic resource!!!

    Theresa @ True Life I'm a Teacher!

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  18. I love to teach how-to/expository writing!

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  19. Love the grades 1-2!!!! Love this resource!!!!

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  20. Writing is a difficult area for my students with learning disabilities, so I am happy to find short but sweet writing activities for them.

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  21. I really need help starting a writer's notebook. This seems like a great resource!

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  22. Writing is hard in 2nd grade. They are not very fond of writing so I try to pull it in during all lessons but especially during the fun lessons!! We do opinion writing and I believe that is when my students have the most fun with writing! Or during our free write time during journal writing.

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  23. This looks great!
    I like teaching kids how to write power paragraphs. I love how it really helps them elaborate!

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  24. I love to teach narrative writing!

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  25. I love teaching writing through all subject areas. I feel it is important to write all the time :)

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  26. I love to teach the opinion writing in Second Grade!

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  27. Writing is an area that I always feel I could do a better job at! Thank you for inspiring me to look at new ideas to jazz up writing for my 3rd graders!

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  28. I love teaching 1st graders how to write non fiction stories and how-to writing.
    Lhuhne@optonline.net

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  29. I love teaching onomatopoeia as an interesting way to start a piece of writing!

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  30. I'm loving poetry right now!

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  31. I love teaching opinion writing and poetry

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  32. When I saw the one you posted for older students, I was so disappointed. Yay for the 1st grade edition!

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  33. I love brainstorming! It's the best part of the writing process, everyone get so excited :)

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  34. What a great resource for developing young writers!

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  35. I enjoy teaching the imaginative narrative. Reading what the kids "imagine" is amazing!
    chief9937@Yahoo.com

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  36. Awesome resource. Thank you for sharing.

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  37. I love having my kids write their own variation of a fairy tale. What if type or just changing a character or a perspective. So fun to see their creativity. I would love to win, thanks for creating this!

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  38. I really like to teach storytelling. In 6th grade many of my students think it's not cool to be creative and have an imagination! It is so scary. This year I have made it my mission to break them out of that thinking! We have been doing fun story prompts every Friday and then student can share what they have written. It did take some time, but now I have students coming up to share their stories and even doing voices! So much fun!

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  39. I LOVE interactive notebooks -- they are so engaging!

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  40. These look fantastic! Would love to use this next year!

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  41. These look awesome! I would love to use them next year!

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  42. I've been looking for a writer's notebook for some time now! These are perfect! Thank you!

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  43. I love to teach anything writing related, but my favorite thing is teaching my firsties to write a narrative!

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  44. I just started using interactive notebooks faithfully this year and I love them. Can't wait to add writing.

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  45. I'm looking forward to trying these! I want to need up my writing and this looks like s good way to try.

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  46. Writing is my weakest area to teach and this would help greatly! I teach 2nd grade!

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  47. Honestly, I struggle with teaching writing. Hopefully this will re-energize my writing time! :)

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  48. This would help me so much. Teaching writing is not my strongest subject and I would love to improve and I know this would make a difference.

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  49. I love to teach narrative writing!

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  50. Writing is so exciting when they get the fact they have something important to share.

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  51. I'm moving from Kinder to 3rd grade next year in a new state so this would be AWESOME!

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  52. I love teaching my third graders Persuasive writing. They truly get it! I mean, they try to talk you into anything!! Talk about persuasive:)

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  53. Love love love your blog. Thanks for all the inspiration!

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  54. I struggle with teaching writing, but I do enjoy teaching persuasive writing, and how to writing. Your interactive notebook looks great. I especially like the teaching pages!

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  55. I love to teach writing. My favorite is opinion or persuasive writing.

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  56. I haven't had an opportunity to teach writing because I am a resource teacher but I am getting into making a ELA Interactive Notebook so your product would be a wonderful resource for my kids and me.

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  57. I love teaching opinion writing!

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  58. I'm one of the few who enjoy teaching cursive to 3rd graders. They feel so grown up, and their work looks so neat once they get it.

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  59. http://www.pinterest.com/pin/467881848760080797/
    Love your notebook and already have it on my TpT wish list. I love to teach them narrative writing so they can let their imaginations soar :-)

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  61. I really like the 1-2 grade one. I'm so thankful that there are creative teachers like you to help teachers like me.

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  62. This resource looks amazing!!!!!

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  63. I saw this on TPT! It looks so amazing :)

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  64. I'm moving to 3rd next year and I would love this!

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  65. I love tying in books with their own writing. Like "Yes, Day!" and having them write about what they would do if they had a yes day.

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  66. I like teaching persuasive writing in third grade.

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  67. I would love to win. I am moving to third grade next year.

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  68. We just started Writer's Workshop this year and I am loving it!!!! So glad I made the switch!
    Julie

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  69. I love teaching opinion writing. The best part of writing is comparing samples from beginning to ened of the year.
    Tania
    mysecondsense

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  70. so glad you did one for 1st and 2nd graders! thanks

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  71. This year my kiddos and I have really embraced the Informational Booklets! They LOVE nonfiction writing! The beg me to let them write!

    Christina :)
    Apples, Books, and Crayons
    applesbooksandcrayons@gmail.com

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  72. I love teaching narrative writing. The kids come up with some amazing stories!! Thanks for this opportunity. Here's my pin: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/319966748499359892/

    tinysmiles34@gmail.com

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