Thursday, May 16, 2013

**Scholastic Book GIVEAWAY**

It's that time of year again......SCHOLASTIC BOGO BOOK FAIR is coming to my school next week. I plan on buying a few books for my classroom and thought what a great way to promote my blog and giveaway the "GO" books. Looks like my budget is going to allow for about 3 or 4 children's books.

Since my classroom in arranged in zones (see description in this post) I really do not have a literacy library. Mainly my kids get to go to the "book corner" when they have earned enough time to go to the book corner. Also at the beginning of each day, while my kids are unpacking their backpacks and going to the restroom. I have a laundry basket of books they can choose from to sit quietly and read. Surprisingly all my kids enjoy books, whether its reading, looking at the pages, or simply stimming off the pages. There is always a mad dash to see what new books I have added each week, no I'm not that crazy, I just keep a stash hidden away so they are "new" to them. 
This is my first giveaway and I'm excited to meet some new people so here is how to enter:



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5 comments :

  1. I love your blog! And I am now one of your TPT followers as well. Have you thought about adding a subscribe by email button? I have so many blogs I follow now that it's hard to keep track. I love getting the latest posts from my favorite blogs via email. I read them when I am commuting on the ferry to work. Just a thought. Looking forward to seeing more posts!

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  2. We are your newest follower! We wish our school had a Spring BOGO Book Fair. Luckily we have a Scholastic Warehouse in town so we usually feed our "discount books" need there twice a year when they have sales! ;-)

    We look forward to following your blog!
    2 Crazy Texas Teachers
    2crazytexasteachers.blogspot.com

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  3. Gosh, we didn't answer the question! Ooops! We are big readers and LOVE bringing fabulous books to our kiddos that don't always have books to read at home. We love to read, act it out, retell it. We also have great classroom libraries of books we have acquired over the years through Scholastic.

    2 Crazy Texas Teachers
    2crazytexasteachers@gmail.com

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  4. We have books in each area of our kindergarten classroom. Each has a color-coded label with an image and the area's name so if someone forgets where it came from, they can usually figure it out. We also start each morning with a read-aloud related to what we are learning about. In the afternoons someone gets to pick a book from our take-home lending library to be read to the class.

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  5. We have a quiet reading station that is set up for readers and non-readers. The readers have books set up by level, while the non-readers have adapted books where they can match pictures with Velcro to each page! Hailey from Autism Tank

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