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Saturday, May 28, 2011

Awesome Giveway

Lindsey from is has a great giveaway. She is choosing one winner and giving $15 dollars to spend at Heidi Songs. Here is what you have to do:
1. Go to her blog
To Enter This Giveaway:

To Enter: Become a follower of her blog (or already be one).

Bonus Entry #1: Visit the HeidiSongs website and tell me what you would buy with your 15 bucks.

Bonus Entry #2: "Like" Heidi Songs on Facebook.

Bonus Entry #3: Follow her TpT Store.

Bonus Entry #4: Blog about this giveaway!!

Bonus Entry #5: Rate one of my TpT products--either one you recently purchased or my featured freebie!!

Monday, May 23, 2011

Runde's Room

Jen is giving out a prenium membership as a giveway.

Read about it sounds supper amazing. All you have to do is
1) Become a follower her blog.
2) Become a follower of her TpT Store.
3) Download one of her free products from her TpT Store and give it a rating.
4) Add her button to your blogroll.
5) Blog about this contest.

Contest Ends Sunday evening (May 29th).   Hurry Hurry!

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

Mother's Day Project

Feliz dia de las madres!

Today we celebrate mother's day. Most of my student's mother's come from Mexico. I decided to send today the project my students did. They came out really nice. It was funny when one student said "I am going to water my plant". First graders always come out with the craziest things.

Power Towers

I love It has great idea on how to use dixie cups. I teach mostly in Spanish. I want my students to learn from early on the HFWs in English. I write the words on the bottom. As the students says them they can stack them to create a tower. My kids get so excited when they make the huge tower. Here are some pictures. They can be used for basic facts as well. I use the HEB brand because you get 200 dixie cups. They are cheaper.

Saturday, May 7, 2011


I am so excited I just submitted my first request. I hope I get funded. My students need alot of reading material both in English and Spanish. I praying that it gets funded soon.
Click here to see my project.