Back to School Blogger Exchange

About a month ago, I signed up for a Back to School Blogger exchange with Jessica from Covered in Glitter and Glue!  I love gift exchanges, so I was so excited to participate!

I got matched up with Stephanie from Polka Dot Palace!

In her letter she said she loved good pens, bright colors, personalized things, and chocolate!  In her box, I gathered some Hawaiian Host Macadamia Nut chocolates, Ink Joy pens, fun post-it notes, hot pink nail polish (which I had to mail separately because I forgot to put it in the first box - doh!), and a hand-made coffee cozy with her name on it!  Check out how she liked it all on her post here!
{sans nail polish, since I'm a dummy!}

Here is what she sent me!  I love it all soooo much!  I feel so spoiled!

I got a new box of Mr. Sketch markers.  You don't even know how happy this makes me!!!  I love them!!!  I use them for anchor charts, drawing smiley faces on student work that was done in class, and grading papers.  

Puzzle-piece post-its.  So fun!!

Scentos stamps = LOVE!  I bought a set of stamps at the Target Dollar spot when I was in Oahu last, but they don't smell.  These ones smell!  The kids love when they get one of these stamps on their papers!

Ink Joy pens.  I've never been a pen snob, but I think I might be turning into one, now!  These pens are seriously awesome!  Lovely colors and they write so smoothly!

A picture frame with a personalized notes page and 2 Expo markers for writing on it.  She even made me a couple more pages to put inside if I want a different look!  So sweet!  It's now sitting right next to my desk at work.  I love it!



I've also uploaded two new units to TpT, three addition QR Code games, and supply organizing labels. I'm over at Owl-Ways Be Inspired today talking about how I set up my math centers.  I'd love for you to check it out!





Did you get any fun, new supplies for back to school?  Make sure to check out Stephanie's post, too!

2 comments

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