18 October 2012

HUGE Halloween Giveaway!!

Hocus Pocus with a Giveaway Focus!!  Halloween's just around the corner, and I have to admit it's one of my favorite holidays!  Ghost stories, pumpkins, candy corn and excitement fill the air. It can only mean that we teachers need to prepare for our classroom gremlins' dynamic desires to Trick-or-Treat this season AND fast! Why not get ready for celebrating this festive occasion by entering my HUGE Halloween giveaway?
It even includes a $25 gift card to the amazing black-and-orange company, Amazon.com!  Not to mention, you have a chance to win 20 high-quality HALLOWEEN products specifically designed for upper grade students from some amazing and very generous TpT sellers! (Thanks again, lovely ladies, for your generous donations!)

(Click on the pictures below to read more about these FABULOUSLY festive products!):


1. Sleepy Hollow [lit bundle] by forkin4th (TpT store)

2. Pumpkin Stationery by forkin4th (TpT store)

3. Spider Unit for Big Kids by Ms. Fultz's Corner (TpT store)
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4. Halloween Poetry by The Peanut Gallery (TpT store)
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5. Ghostly Nouns by Andrea M. Bentley (TpT store)
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6. Monster Math Mash Up by Tricks of the Trade (TpT store)
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7. Stinky Poems Halloween Craftivity by Ms. Nicole (TpT store)
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8.  FrankenLine Number Line Math Games and More! by Linda Kamp (TpT store)
 
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9. Halloween Math BUNDLE by Oh' Boy 4th Grade (TpT store)

 
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10. Day of the Dead Literacy and Writing Craftivities by Rachel (TpT store)
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11. Candy Corn Halloween Glyph by Firstgradefriendz (TpT store)

12. Halloween Super Pack by Ella Jane (TpT store)

13. Halloween Bundle - Literacy by Melissa Dalton (TpT store)
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14. Any TpT product sold by Holly (TpT store)
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15. Halloween Themed Reading graphic organizers by Lisa (TpT store)
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16. Halloween Kids Craftivity by Lita Lita (TpT store)
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17. Pumpkin Investigation! by Leila (TpT store)

 
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18. Point of View Pumpkin Pack by Melissa Shaw (TpT store)

 
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19.Boo in the Zoo by Ginger (TpT store)

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20. Witches Brew Mini Unit by Stephanie (TpT store)
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Best of Luck!!
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24 comments:

  1. I'm one of your newest followers so I thought I'd drop by and say hi. What a fun giveaway you have going on. I'm about a week old blogger and am really enjoying it...It's fun to meet new people!

    I don't carve very well and always seem to cut myself but my husband is the master. For some reason I don't like the scary, ghouly, faces..I'm more of a cute happy face girl.

    I'm headed over to my blog to tell more people about this and hopefully more followers to you.

    Thank You,
    Stephanie Ann
    Sparkling in Third Grade

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    1. I love your monthly reading homework and have recently started following your blog.

      My favorite Halloween tradition is passing out candy to neighbor kids.

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  3. We plan on carving a cat into our pumpkin and I love taking my daughter to our yearly downtown Beggars and Scarecrow Walk!!

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  4. My daughers havent decided on a design yet... We are planning on carving our family pumpkin next week! Typically they choose something difficult and leave me to finish! But we have fun and love our family times!

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  5. I plan on trying just a traditional face this year! I always go crazy with those carving books and thought I'd take the traditional route this year :)

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  6. I look forward to taking my 3 year old to my in-laws' neighborhood for some serious Trick-or-Treating! Then I hand out candy at their house when we're done. I love to see all the creative costumes. I'm a new follower, too!

    Young Daze in 5th Grade

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  7. I'm afraid my husband doesn't allow me to play with knives....as I always end up getting seriously injured. :) So....that being said....he will once again be the one to carve the pumpkin....I think we will go with a scary face this year!

    Super giveaway you have going on.....

    Dee
    Mrs. B's Nook

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  8. Thanks for the chance. I love all these things!!

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  9. First of all, thank you for the amazing giveaway! I really appreciate it. The design I plan on carving is a Bearcat claw as I'm an alumni of the University of Cincinnati! :)

    Sara
    Miss V's Busy Bees

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  10. Take out (usually Thai or Chinese) and watching scary movies in front of the fireplace with my doggie and hubby. I love dressing up too!
    Thanks so much for the fun giveaway!
    Katie
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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  11. Not carving a pumpkin. Love making chocolate bark with all the leftover Halloween candy!

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  12. Just found your blog and I'm your newest follower. Sure hope you have a chance to stop by my blog sometime real soon.

    I am also an Arizona blogger--- would love to connect (via email or in person).

    Cindy
    Granny Goes to School

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  13. I don't usually carve a pumpkin (not that talented), but I always decorate one. I am painting it green and want to recreate Witch Hazel-the witch from the Bugs Bunny cartoons. Every time she moves hairpins go flying everywhere! She cracks me up!
    Debbie
    debjac9@aol.com

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  14. This will be my first time celebrating Halloween! We don't really do it in Australia, but the English school where I teach in Mexico wants to show the kids a bit of North American culture this year. I wish I could carve a pumpkin! It looks so fun! I am looking forward to seeing all the kids in their costumes.

    I shared your giveaway over at my blog =)

    Teacher Kirra:Maestra Kirra

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  15. We usually just stick those things in the pumpkins, though if we do carve, we do a traditional face. We tried some fancy stuff one year to no avail!

    Andrea
    Reading Toward the Stars

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  16. Awesome giveway!!! Halloween is my favorite! We usually carve a scary and a funny Jack-O-Lantern!

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  17. I am looking forward to handing out candy.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  18. Since Halloween is not much celebrated in this part of the world, we just go trick or treating with some of my daughter's friends in a nearby neighborhood.

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  19. My twins are 16 months old so I think we will skip the pumpkin carving until they know bette!! :) I DO love taking them trick or treating though! We go with one of my best friends from college and her kiddos. It is so fun to take the whole family!

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  20. I wish I could carve neat faces/pictures but I do good just to get a basic jack-o-lantern face to look recognizable, ha!

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  21. We do just basic pumpkin carving here. It's a busy weekend but we will do 2 pumpkins.

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  22. Oh No! I cant believe I missed this. This was such a great giveaway ;)

    Vanessa

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