FlapJack 2,000 Friends Giveaway - 21 Prizes!


I've finally got it together! I think! I'm trying out that Rafflecopter thing so I apologize if there are any kinks. There are five different categories of prizes with 21 winners in all, and I received a lot of awesome donations by some very talented teacher author friends, so please give a shot at any or all prizes.

Let's get this giveaway party started!

One winner will win a set of three recycling bins for their classroom from Suncast. Please don't participate on this one if you're going to use these as sock drawers or school supplies storage :P. I want these to go to a teacher who really wants to start a recycling center in his/her classroom.


  Five winners will win The Early Elementary Teacher Bundle which includes:
FlapJack's Kindergarten Poke Game Pack
a Rafflecopter giveaway


Five winners will win The SPANISH Teacher Bundle which includes: 
  a Rafflecopter giveaway


  Five Winners will win The Cutesy Tootsie Teacher Bundle which includes:
The Enlightened Elephant's Monster Trucks Clip Art, Backgrounds, Frames
Maree Truelove Illustrations School Supplies Clip Art
FlapJack's Owl Classroom Materials Pack
FlapJack's Bulletin Board Bundle
a Rafflecopter giveaway


  Five Winners will win The Upper Elementary Bundle which includes:
Fraction Poke Game Bundle
Seasonal Math Fun Pack
Math Smart Board Game Pack
Math Lapbook Bundle
QR Code Fun
a Rafflecopter giveaway

Y eso es todo! The fiesta ends this Saturday, the 8th, at 11.59 est. I'll email the winners which will have 48 hours to respond. I have to have a response within those 48 hours in order for the winner to claim their prize since I will be sending the bundles to the five winners at the same time. It will take several emails for each bundle, I'm sure!  

Have an awesome week and Happy Labor Day! Whatever you do, don't labor!

Tabitha Carro

41 comments:

  1. Hi Tabitha-
    In my school the 6th graders are responsible for collecting the paper recycling bins out of each classroom. They weigh it and graph the results each week. It helps to get the students involved and active in the recycling process.
    To keep myself and my classroom more green, I reused many of my older items and refreshed them with paint or duck tape, even come card board boxes!
    Peggy

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  2. LOVE IT!!! You did an awesome job putting this together!
    Stephanie
    MaMa Goose’s Kindergarten

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  3. We recycle everything! We even bring back things from the lunch room, rinse them out and bring them home.
    ❀Beth Ann❀
    Taming My Flock of Firsties
    bakteach16@gmail.com

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  4. I make a big deal about recycling. At my home, we recycle everything! But at school the only thing recycled is paper. I collect the plastic and cardboard and bring it home to recycle. I could sure use the boxes!!

    Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  5. My best tip would be to look at things differently. I know this is a _______ but it could be a ________. You never know what you can turn something into. :) Andrea

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  6. Yes our school recycles everything it possibly can! We are even working with a local compost company and we recycle our lunch leftovers! Amazing!

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  7. Yes, my school has a recycling system!!
    bl3982@yahoo.com

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  8. I think teaching our kids to be more responsible and to be proactive when it comes to recycling!

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  9. I think starting early, making the aware of the importance of recycling and smart use of resources is key. They LOVE it, too!!

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  10. We don't have a full recycle system in place, but there are a few items we recycle (plastic water bottles, cans, ink cartridges, etc). Our PTO purchased water dispenser service for us last year and that has cut down on the water bottles tremendously! :)

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  11. My advice is to start small. Last year, we started with a lesson on taking shopping bags to the grocery store. Then, we added a paper recycling bin. It is easier for kids to learn the routine and not get overwhelmed if you introduce things slowly. :)

    Erin
    First with Franklin

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  12. Our school does not have a recycling system in place, but I do within my own classroom.

    Erin
    First with Franklin

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  13. WOW! this is a big giveaway!!! I just blogged about it. Tonight I will do some pinterest. Thanks for the opportunity. :)

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  14. My school doesn't have a recycling system so I would love to win so I can introduce it to my class of first graders!!

    Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  15. I think a helpful hint would be to have ways for kids to recycle in the classroom. If they are doing it at school in the room, it will carry over to home easier!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  16. Unfortunately, my school does not have a recycling program.

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  17. The school doesn't recycle, but I do in the classroom.

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  18. You can recycle all of your Elmer's glue and glue sticks. Check out their website or do a Google search.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  19. We only recycle printer cartridges and pop cans.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  20. We do recycle at our school, but just mixed paper and cardboard. Youth 2000 (a group of exemplary 4th and 5th graders pick up the recycling in all the classrooms every Monday). I try to make my classroom green by reusing as many items as I can.

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  21. At our school we do recycle printer and toner cartridges but that is it! I would love to get this started!
    Patti
    pattib203@yahoo.com

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  22. I think the biggest difference teachers can make is planting the seed that we need to recycle, reuse and reduce the amount of resources we use. Our county has a recycling program but I don't think everyone uses it to its full potential.

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  23. We make a big deal about recycling in Title 1. We have a paper recycling box right at our door. The kids and I use it all the time!

    Our school also recycles everything that they can :-)

    Cindy
    All Things Teachery

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  24. My best tip is to constantly make your students aware of their environment and what we all can do to protect it. We recycle everyday!!

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  25. I reuse a lot of containers and objects in my classroom. My students always enjoy the "new" things we are using usually has manipulatives.

    One of the favorites are the plastic Christmas lightbulb covers from a strand of lights that don't work. They are big and easy to hold and are fun for the kiddos to use.

    A second favorite and very easy to come by are the caps to markers that are used up and dried out. We keep a container of the caps and use them as playing pieces for games, counters, and for sorting.

    My school participates in the Feed the Bin program and I always encourage my students to Feed the Bin. If we won these bins it would really help our recycling efforts because that program only accepts paper and I have all of the kiddos recycling other items and we don't have a good space for them now.

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  26. Getting the students involved would help!!

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  27. My school does not have a recycling program, but it would be great to start one!

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  28. I keep a basket where we can reuse scraps of paper for other things ... other art/craft projects or to take quick notes. I even have a couple kids that in order for them to stay focused on the lesson, they need to be doodling. They can pick up scrap paper to doodle on while I instruct.

    By keeping this basket, my students are reusing the whole page of paper. =)

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  29. And no, we don't have a true recycling program in place. Many of the cardboard boxes, etc. I take home to put in my recycling. My school has the blue recycling cans ... but it is being used more as a trash can than recycling can.

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  30. We recycle ink cartridges and paper.
    I think it is a good example for the kids.
    Bobbi
    bcapwell@ccisd.net

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  31. My school does not have a recycle program in place. I would love to start one though.

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  32. I try to save all kinds of scrap paper to be reused at one time or another. I try to reuse old stuff used previously in my classroom but just spiffy it up.

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  33. Make recycling a competition. Students love competing against others.

    Elizabeth L.
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  34. I started recycling in my school about 2 years ago. We have recycling stations set up around the school. The custodian helps us out by emptying them frequently into the recycling dumpsters out back. We only do paper now, but we do have a can station in the teacher's lounge.

    Elizabeth L.
    The First Grade Jungle Room

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  35. We've been doing a limited amount of recycling at my school. This gives me a boost to try and raise the bar.

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  36. We do not have a recycling program at our school. My students have started their own "Reuse" part - they ask for the cardboard and boxes that supplies come in and they create a multitude of projects with them.

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  37. We recycle paper into color-coded bins, we have bins for large pieces and bins for scraps. So if students need a small piece for a detail part, they can grab it from the recycled scrap paper bin.

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  38. What I do for my kindergarteners is recycle handouts. There are many times that many of us run too many copies of a worksheet. I place these unused copies in my color basket and my kids re-use the papers for the beautiful pieces of art!

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  39. We recycle the pop cans from the teachers lounge..... :o)

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  40. Find out if your community has a program you could participate in.

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  41. Yes! My school has a recycling program in place!

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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