Saturday, October 26, 2013

Teachers Pay Teachers Giveaway

Click here for easy entry! or comment below.  All entries will be counted!

In order for students to learn they must be engaged. Coming up with activities can time consuming and difficult, especially good ones!  Well, look no further.

Centres, games, high frequency word activities, word walls, writing and math units, calendar sets,
and so much more!  Emmy Mac Shop has themed resources, such as robots, monsters,
pirates, and bugs.

You don't need to be a teacher to enjoy these great resources! Perfect for parents too.
All units are linked to curriculum expectations and can be used for children from Kindergarden
to Grade 5.

******Now for the great news!  Two Snugnluv readers will have the opportunity to win any item of his/her choice.

This is how the giveaway will work: (please read carefully)

You will recieve 1 entry for each of the following comments (there is NO LIMIT on the number of times you can enter). Please make sure that you post a separate comment in order for each one to count as an entry.

1. Go to the Emmy Mac Shop on Teachers Pay Teachers and tell us which product you will pick if you win (1 entry this one is mandatory to win)

For extra entries:

2. Download the free resource on Emmy Mac Shop's TPT store and leave positive feedback (5 entries)

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****Please make sure you leave a comment for each of the above and an email address so that we can reach you.The winner will have 48 hours to respond by email once he/she has been notified or another winner will be chosen by the random number generator. Winner will be chosen on November 2, 2013.

Friday, October 25, 2013

Is Facebook Image Crafting?

I think it's safe to say that most of us think, at least briefly, about our status updates on social media.  
Recently, I read this article, which I found both hilarious and a little judgemental.
It made me ponder the implications of my online interactions.

What do you think?  Image crafting or social interaction? Maybe a bit of both?