Friday, July 27, 2012

Birthday Pack Giveaway and My First Time Guest Blogging!

Hello everyone!

I got a sudden bursts of inspiration last night and worked hard to create this birthday pack. And I want to thank Amanda at The Teaching Thief  for being apart of that, as I took inspiration for part of it from the scrap paper birthday bookmarks she made.

I am sad to say that I didn't do much for birthdays last year. This year I want to be prepared!

So here it is and I am very proud of it. I can't wait to use it in my classroom this year! It includes book marks, bulletin board decor, stickers, certificates, and no homework passes.

Take a look!

all the graphics are courtesy of KPM doodles

I am going to be giving away 3(!) of these birthday packs. Fill out the rafflecopter form below. Good 

Before you go I wanted to let you know that I am guest blogging over at Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher. I'm blogging about Character Building read alouds I will be starting the year with!

Click the button to see my post!

oh and as a reminder my shop is still having a sale until midnight tonight!

Check it out!

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  1. Oh gosh, firsst comment! LOL, I celebrate by putting a Happy Birthday chair cover on the birthday person's chair, my kids make a birthday booklet for them and sing. I have a goodie bag that I give them too.

  2. I love your pack! I found a really cute birthday banner I will use in my classroom whenever it's someone's birthday!

    The Gypsy Teacher

  3. Your pack is adorable!! I celebrate by giving my students pixie stick balloons, a special birthday shirt to wear for the day, pencils, stickers, and a certificate. I'd like to spruce it up a bit. :)
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  4. I love the ideas! I didn't do much last year, either. :(

    Learning is for Superstars

  5. I love the bright colors and fun fonts you used in your birthday packet! Last year I made paper balloons and taped them to crazy straws and gave the birthday student a bottle of water and a packet of flavoring, which was fine, but the straws caused trouble on the bus!

    Teaching Special Kids

  6. Super cute!! Love the colors!

  7. I have them wear a crown for the day and then we sing happy birthday to them. Then I give them a small gift.

  8. I love this birthday packet! I have been looking for a packet just like this :)

    Teaching Chick

  9. Really cute! I see 60 kiddos and there is no way to keep up with B-days. But this year, I was thinking I would do them for my homeroom!



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