Tuesday, October 02, 2012

Apples, Apples, Apples Giveaway!

You are all wonderful and helped me reach my sales goal at the end of the quarter! I only had $5 left to go and you helped me pass it! woo hoo!

NOW, as promised, 5 lucky winners will get a copy of my Apples, Apples, Apples Unit listed in my TpT store, for FREE!

Just checkout the rafflecopter below for how to enter!

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This giveaway well end at 12:01am on Friday 10/5/12!


Lisa R. said...

I love making applesauce with my students!! :)
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Unknown said...

I love to teach about Johnny Appleseed!

Special Teacher for Special Kids said...

I think your materials are perfect for special education students. I really hope I win this unit. My speical ed. boys would love it!

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Special Teacher for Special Kids

Karyn said...

I love graphing our favorite apples after we've taste tested them all! :o)

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amandamarie_ said...

My favorite is always a taste test with apples. We usually are working on five senses so using apples as a base for sugar, lemon, cinnamon, flour and salt is always funny and so much fun for students!

Emily said...

I loved making applesauce with my kiddos last year, and this year we're tasting all three apple colors and graphing which color apple we like best!

Heather said...

I always love to make applesauce with kinders, but this was the year of apple testing. They got so into it and we made a cute graph of our favorite. So much fun!

Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

Mrs. Shelton said...

Love your blog! We taste test a few apple foods - apple sauce, apple cider, apple pie, and apples. Then we graph our favorites!

Amy Louise said...

We love making apple sauce & apple painting:)

My Kindergarten Kids said...

I love to make homemade applesauce with my class and make apple trees with paint and tissue paper! :)
My Kindergarten Kids

Kim said...

Apple tasting and graphing are always fun.

Little Learners said...

I love to do an apple observation, where they bring in an apple. They record the colour, size, smell and taste etc. Then we graph the apples and lastly, cut then up to eat! The kiddos also love apple printing.


Elizabeth Polston said...

Love making applesauce with the class. It makes the room smell sooo good!

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Rachel said...

I love doing an apple life cycle art project!

Kate said...

We love singing apple songs (Way up High in the Apple Tree and Did You See My Apple Tree?).

Sara said...

We love making dumplings, investigating our apples, digging for the seeds, and apple taste test! YUMMY!

♥Kelly Schoneman♥ said...

I love your ideas and inspirations for teachers working with young students with disabilities. Thanks for sharing!

Susie Q said...

We love to make applesauce, and label the apples.

Learning With Susie Q


Tania said...

I love to weigh apples using our math balances.
My Second Sense

sarah said...

I love apple taste tests!


Unknown said...

I love weighing three different color apples, comparing their weights, then tasting the three different color apples, and graphing our favorite.
Crayons and Curls

Mrs. Brown said...

I like to make applesauce and do the seasons using the seasons of arnold's apple tree. The kids always enjoy that craft!


Ms.Trinh said...

I (we) like to eat everything apples, then we graph our favorite apple food.

The Teacher Tattles

catherine said...

We make applesauce. :)

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Erin said...

I love having the students taste apples. They also love it.


Yvonnee said...

Thanks for the opportunity. I love having students taste different apples and making apple pie and apple sauce. :)

Anonymous said...

This would be great since I am starting my apple unit next week with my preschoolers!I am a first year teacher and so I am just making some apple activities. I think my favorite apple activity is going to be the arm and hand tree print with the thumb print as apples in the tree

Linda said...

Apple taste testing then apple tear art with their favorite!

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