Christmas in Paradise Giveaway!

I teamed up with my favorite Hawaiian teacher bloggers to bring you a special giveaway!

You could win seven different holiday/tropical goodies, plus a fancy new pencil sharpener from Classroom Friendly Supplies!  Click on the images to check out their descriptions on TpT {and to add them to your wishlist in case you don't win!!}








Good luck!
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11 comments

  1. This would be great to use in my classroom. I feel like i hardly ever get to do crafts and fun stuff with my kids....we would definitely take time out to use these items!

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  2. With the chilly weather, it'll be great to do some fun Christmas-sy art and craft indoors while incorporating learning!

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  3. I would incorporate these activities into my lessons as a way to review and provide student engagement.

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  4. Love the theme! Perfect for my school since it doesn't snow here, so it is always Christmas in Paradise!

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  5. Would discuss how people in other areas of the world celebrate Christmas....not always snowy and cold....we live in Toronto, Canada! Thanks for this 'cool' giveaway!!

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  6. For some reason, most of the blogs that I click on say 500 Error rather than taking me to the blog.

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  7. All the packets look terrific. And, we are studying about Christmas Around the World and some of these units would work perfectly. The math units look like something we could use and definitely the Polar Express unit !!!

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  8. Love it when you gals get together! I dream of going to Hawaii some day! Anyway, I will use units to incorporate our traditions and Communities Around the World units.....learning how much the same we are....well, except for the weather! Love your stuff! Thanks!

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  9. Anything to brighten up the dreary winter days is great with me! FIngers crossed!

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  10. Love to do snowball war in my class. The kiddos love it! Would love to use all of these in my class next week. Keepin' the kiddos engaged! Thanks so much for doing this giveaway! Fingers crossed!

    A Teaspoon of Teaching

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  11. It has been months since he left his Preschool and my son is still asking to go to school, and telling stories of things that he's done with his kindergarten teacher. He constantly asks to see her.
    Phoenix kindergarten

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