Sunday, February 13, 2011

14 Days of Love! (day 14)

Thank you so much to all fellow bloggers and teachers who have shared your wonderful ideas and comments during the "14 days of Love."  You are all such amazingly creative teachers who genuinely care about the success of your students.  This is the final post of the series, but be on the look out for another series of in March " A Spring Fling."  

The first 14 people to leave a comment about one activity that you plan to do in your classroom to celebrate Valentine's Day will receive any item from my TpT store absolutely FREE!  Just leave a comment along with your e-mail address and the item you'd like to receive, and I'll send it to you tomorrow morning.  I hope everyone has a wonderful Valentine's Day tomorrow!

36 comments:

  1. I plan to have my firsties write about what love means to them. They we add their writing to a colorful heart that we create a few days ahead of time. They are hilarious :)

    I would LOVE a copy of your Dental Health unit. Thanks for being so willing to share with other teachers (especially first year teachers like myself)

    allysonbollenbach@gmail.com

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  2. Wow! Thanks for the Treats! I'm going to have students graph conversation hearts! Happy Valentine's Day!

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  3. I am using the activities that go with If You Give a Cat a Cupcake. Thanks for sharing all your ideas!! LOVE LOVE LOVE getting new ideas to use!

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  4. Ooo! Glad I just saw your post :) I plan to read Mr. Hatch tomorrow and talk about our kind words and how they affect each other. After that, we will write notes to each other on a paper I created for each student. Let me check out your TpT store and pick out what I'd like!

    http://pattonspatch.blogspot.com/

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  5. ooops email is suzynae@tx.rr.com

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  6. I plan to do Sweetheart math with my kiddos! We are also going to make a Valentine's Day card scrapbook!
    I am going to check out your store also!
    r_waldrop@live.com

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  7. I love all your ideas! My kids will be graphing candy hearts, making patterns with them, and doing a literature response to The Day It Rained Hearts. Thanks for sharing all your fabulous ideas!!!

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  8. I sent home a letter to each parent and asked what their favorite memory of their child was and asked for them to send in a baby picture. I have created a pop up card to their child from their parent including this special memory and picture. This activity is a lot of fun. The kids will try to guess whos picture belongs to which kid. The parents get a little treat from this activity too.

    Cheryl
    saouds2ndgraders.blogspot.com

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  9. I recently found your blog and love your ideas thanks for sharing. I will be doing the lesson with the monsters.
    http://mrsguntoriusclass.blogspot.com/

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  10. I love playing Valentine's battleship with my kiddos!! We use a 100 chart and have to do different addition subtraction and simple multiplication to find out where the heart is on their friends chart!!!

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  11. I Love your blog! Thanks for all your shares! We'll be creating Valentine's Bingo Boards using our High Frequency Words and play with sweetheart candies. Enjoy your day!

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  12. We're doing some graphing and a Valentine word-o with sight words. Plus eating treats and exchanging cards!

    I would love to have your Presidential Hopefuls unit! :)

    Thanks for all you share!!!

    mamieutahblog@gmail.com

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  13. YAY! We do party stations! 1. ice cream sundae bar 2. opening valentines 3. sorting/graphing candy hearts 4. Valentine Memory/Match 5. Valentine Bingo (sight words) 6. Stacking candy hearts

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  14. Sorry forgot my email. sandra.guntorius@gpisd.org

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  15. We are reading Today is Valentine's Day and then writing about what valentine's day means to us!

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  16. I forgot to post what activity. I would love your Groundhog Literacy unit.

    saoudc@duvalschools.org

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  17. I forgot my email! oops - ammalyn@aol.com

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  18. Okay I would like the America unit called President Hopefuls.

    Thanks!
    colleen.patton115@gmail.com
    http://pattonspatch.blogspot.com/

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  19. Woops I commented up there as number 10 but forgot to put my email....I would love a copy of the presidential hopefuls unit!

    lizacteach@gmail.com


    Thanks sorry for the goof up!

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  20. I don't know if number 15 but if I could choose one unit it would be your Dental Unit.

    We are decorating cookies and doing some funny Valentine Stations


    Penny
    www.spkmw4@gmail.com

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  21. Well...I didn't make it into the first 14 but I am going to leave you a comment anyway, just in case some of the above are duplicates!

    My kids love doing "making words" activities. I am going to have them see how many words they can make from "Happy Valentine's Day". They came up with 56 words with "Happy Groundhog's Day" and are waiting for the challenge.

    It is also our 100th day of school tomorrow so we should be busy!

    Happy Valentine's Day!

    I would love the Dental Health Unit!

    LFaas@Spencerportschools.org

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  22. We are making ice cream shakes and enjoying V day centers in the afternoon.

    Silvergu@ msn.com

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  23. I got so excited about winning so forgot I would love the President Hopefull unit.
    sandra.guntorius@gpisd.org

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  24. We are graphing conversation hearts in my kindergarten class. Anything to combine math and food. :)

    jlniksich@comcast.net

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  25. I'd love to have "Cute Little Penguins" for my kids next year! cookdara@hotmail.com
    Thanks again!

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  26. Love your blog! I am having my students write a letter to my brother who's serving in the Air Force in Iraq right now. Last week we talked about how to show people we care and appreciate them and this is ou culminating activity!

    ekedwards4@hotmail.com

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  27. I am not one of the 14, but I am going to comment just to tell you how much I enjoy your blog! I have gotten a lot of ideas from you! We are doing the candy heart graphing and valentine exchange. I have my candyland ready for your math cards, just trying to find the time! You are amazing!
    Kim

    http://saylorslog.blogspot.com/

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  28. We had to do our Valentine's Day stuff on Friday. We graphed conversation hearts and made secret admirer valentines with clues to who they were from (writine and reading!)

    Cathy
    ecspedteacher@gmail.com

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  29. Awww...I'm too late! Oh well...I think I'm still a winner to be following you...I LOVE all the activities you have provided on your blog for the "14 Days of LOVE". I know I'm using most tomorrow...and throughout the rest of the month! Thanks!

    -Gladys
    http://teachinginhighheels.blogspot.com

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  30. Wow! With so many repeat posters I might just be in time to win one of your fantastic units. My Sped partner and I an on doing the whole day as a special day and have planned the whole day around a Valentines Day theme. We will read Valentines Bears, review our "hearts words (sight words), do symmetry, graph candy hearts and make friendship sundaes. We have a fun day ahead!

    Conchy.Marcano@gmail.com

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  31. happy valentine's day to you!!

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  32. Thank you for sharing so many of your WONDERFUL ideas with all of us! I have REALLY enjoyed all of your creative ideas and fun giveaways! It was like a gift each day!

    We are having a Valentine's filled day tomorrow...graphing, hidden pictures, memory books, bingo with sight words, math games,...

    Again, thank you so much for GIVING your ideas to us!

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  33. Well, I didn't make the top 14 (darn) because my husband needed to borrow my computer all yesterday. I was in major blog withdrawal!!! Anyway, I just wanted to say that I really enjoy your blog and thank you for all the wonderful ideas/creations you share. I am excited to read Mr. Hatch today because of you!
    Jenn
    http://finallyinfirst.blogspot.com/

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  34. Ack! I think I made your top 14 but forgot to include my email address. Just read your boggle idea and can't wait to order some of those! The long i monkey sort is just too cute too! Thanks for sharing!!!

    twillmon@live.com

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