Tuesday, September 4, 2012

Really Good Stuff Giveaway

Wow, I finished 10th day of school already!  I can't believe how it's flying by...
I have a great way for everyone to start off the first 10 days of school.
A GIVEAWAY!!!!!
Over the summer I had written a post on Rockin'-Resources for my classroom.
Most of the items I wrote about were from my favorite place for teaching items 
Really Good Stuff
I shared it with Really Good Stuff, and they in turn shared 1 of their products with me.
                                  Modular Pocket Chart™

I am hosting the giveaway of the  The Modular Pocket Chart from Really Good Stuff. When they first asked me to do this, I could not believe it.  Brandi Jordan who runs the Really Good Stuff Teacher blog was super nice. She gave me a few choices of items to try out and then giveaway.  I chose this item because I felt it best suits my students age level, my classroom and my style of teaching. 
Here is how it looks in my classroom right now.
I am using it to display my Story of the Week and Skill on the blue and red sections.  I am using the green and yellow for my sight (high frequency) and spelling words (phonics skill of the week)

Because its Modular it's easy to move around the pieces as needed.  I wanted to show the information on one side of the board and use the other side for my document camera.  I was able to easily move the green and yellow pieces over to do this.
Each pocket holds a standard length sentence strip.

If you would like to win this great item from Really Good Stuff then complete the rafflecopter below.







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28 comments:

  1. This would be perfect for my weekly vocabulary words! Love it!

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  2. I love Really Good Stuff! One way I would use this chart is for retelling stories.

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  3. Really Good Stuff is wonderful!!! I could use this chart in my room so many different ways. Love your ideas too.

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  4. I would love these charts for my new classroom. After 3 weeks of the school year and over 10 years in the same room, I found out Thursday that I had to move to make room for a new teacher. I am looking at it as a new beginning and I am redoing everything.

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    1. Yikes!, I remember having to do that in myfirst year teaching. they decided to fix the flaking ceiling a month into school. I had to teach in the library for a few weeks.
      Good Luck, Love your positive outlook.
      Jessica

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  5. I would love to set these up with directions for centers around my room :)

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    1. I thought about doing that too. but then I would need a 2nd one lol.
      Jessica

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  6. This would be perfect for our sight words to review!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  7. This wouldbe great for math and literacy

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  8. Oops i'd use it for sight words.

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  9. I would also use it for my Focus board with our new Reading Curriculum. I would post our Amazing words, High frequency words, Spelling words, and Vocabulary words. I would also post our reading Skills and Strategies from our curriculum and how they related to the Daily Five and CAFE.

    Michele Chapin

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  10. Would love this for my classroom!

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  11. I would use it exactly as you used it; to teach beginning middle end; genre; problem,solution,high frequency words,vocabulary.....also for fact families and word problems in math....absolutely love that they are color coded!

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  12. I would use it for our Math unit title, objective, vocabulary words and essential questions. Perfect! Love the four colors!

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  13. So many ways....most likely as part of my Focus Wall for our reading program. Plenty of space to list the skill, comprehension strategy, genre, high frequency words. OR it could be used in the poetry station, using a different color for each stanza. OR, since it is modular, I could use each color to house and organize Word Work activities.

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  14. I would use it to post the essential questions and standards. Love it!

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  15. This would be wonderful to use in my classroom.
    I would love to use it for my word wall.
    Thanks

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  16. I would use this for my intervention groups, also on my Focus Wall would be another place to use it- actually I'm getting quite a few ideas for this pocket chart.

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  17. Would love love love this for my classroom! So many uses... so little time!

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  18. I would use this for my words of the week, for my Learning Targets, and list of transition words for writing.

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  19. Happy Birthday to you, Jessica! I love that pocket chart. I teach 3 grade levels and the colors are just right. I would use this to differentiate my spelling words. It's just perfect. Thanks!

    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  20. I think I would use this to help teach steps of paragraph writing. What a great giveaway!!
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  21. I would use these to post my morning data collection (question of the day).

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  22. I would love these to complete our new Reading Street model we are using. It sounds like you use something similar! Thanks!

    Christen Foote

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  23. I would use this as my focus wall. I have been trying to figure out how to do this and this would be PERFECT!! Thank you!
    Krista Cebula

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I love hearing from you!!!!Thanks for telling your tale....

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