Tuesday, August 12, 2014

BTS 2014 YouTube & Giveaway

Teacher friends! I am SERIOUSLY excited (and a little bit nervous) about this post. You see, my blogging friends and I at the Primary Chalkboard wanted to do something BIG for back to school for you. BIG. I'm talking, BIG. We decided to throw a party. Here is a hint:



YES. It is a YouTube Partaaaaay! We are here sharing lots of tips -- organizational, DIY, helpful ideas-- lots of things you can do RIGHT NOW to make your back to school a little easier!

AND....We are having a huge giveaway! Would anyone like a....$100 Amazon Gift Card or $100 TeachersPayTeachers Gift Card or a fabulous Michael Kors bag (you know, the one you want but can't justify spending the money for)? 
I thought so. So what do you need to do?


Did you see that? You can EVEN gain EXTRA entries in the giveaway by watching our videos and entering our SECRET WORDS into the Rafflecopter (but I know you were going to do that anyway, so... 2 birds, 1 stone). We will be linking up 5 new videos every day this week... so you can come back, watch, and enter every day!
I've got a fun ice breaker activity to show you that is sure to make all of your students' first day jitters fly right out the door! Watch how below!
          



13 comments:

  1. What a great idea for BTS!! I bet the kids will love it!

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  2. I love this idea! What a creative way to get the jitters out :)

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  3. LOVE the jitter juice idea! This would work for just about any grade level!

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  4. I love the jitter juice! It must make your students feel so much more comfortable.

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  5. We do this in our classroom, too! The kids love it! Such a fun and great idea for those first day jitters!

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  6. Too fun!!! Love that book and your tip!!! And you have MAD video editing skills, girl!

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  7. WOW - what a great video! The jitter juice is a fantastic idea!

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  8. I'm so impressed with your video! Jitter juice is so fun! Thank you!

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  9. You're welcome! Have a great first day of school!

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  10. This is a really fun idea! I think even 6th graders would like it if it were modified just a tad! Thanks so much for sharing! It was nice to "see" you! :)

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  11. I love the idea, I wish I had seen this video a week ago.

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