Monday, January 28, 2013

Fabulous February Morning Work {Giveaway}

We are SO excited to be launching a brand new series of products this year. As promised we have created a set of thematic worksheets that can be used throughout the month of February to reinforce skills you have been working on with your first graders. All of the skills are aligned with the Common Core Standards. 

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Here’s a {sneak} peek at samples of all the worksheets included in our Fabulous February Morning Work thematic unit . . .

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We both always have a thematic worksheet that goes along with our theme as well as our Word of the Day worksheet laying out each morning for kids to begin working on as soon as they arrive.

We would love to give away THREE complimentary sets to THREE of you . . . just leave us a comment telling us what you LOVE most about being a teacher . . .along with your email address so we can contact you if you win. We will accept entries through 9:00 pm (CST) on January 29, 2013.

Good luck!!!

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124 comments:

  1. I LOOOOVVVE being a teacher because you just NEVER know what a day will bring! :-)
    growingfirsties@gmail.com
    Growing Firsties is having a great giveaway - including Erin Condren!!

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  2. I LOOOOVE the smiles to brighten my day! ;)

    monicamize1@gmail.com

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  3. I love learning right along with the kids I'm teaching! Their smiles when the lightbulb turns on and the questions they ask to help solve problems and encourage thinking in their friends!
    Love my Firsties!
    And this looks like just the perfect set of ideas to get them working hard together!
    hsamuelson2013@gmail.com
    Swamp Frog First Graders

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  4. I love the laughter and the smiles!
    kjleatherman@gmail.com

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  5. I love the Aah Haa moments of teaching first graders. Every day is something new. I can't imagine doing anything else.

    jvance@district41.org

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  6. I love...
    the smiles & hugs I get each day,
    opening their little eyes to so many new things,
    and when they are completely engaged and having fun at the same time!

    P.S. - My kids (and me) loved the Dec. Morning Work! It was great practice on such a variety of skills! Thanks.

    Cheers, Rachel
    rachel.janzen@hotmail.com

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  7. I love seeing the excitement when they have learned something new! amandalawson4@gmail.com

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  8. I love how every day is completely different and that there is never a dull moment! And, how can you have a bad day with all those cute smiles that just want to tell you everything?! Love teaching!

    Sara :)
    livs14@gmail.com
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  9. I love knowing I'm making a difference in a child's life and the excitement they experience when they start to read :)

    michelledwsc@aol.com

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  10. I love that every child and every day is different exciting and new!
    Your new packet looks amazing!
    firstgradecarousel@gmail.com
    Maria
    First Grade Carousel

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  11. I love being with my sweet kiddos and watching them progress!!

    Delanej23460@aol.com

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  12. I love watching them learn and laugh throughout the day. Each day is different and brings new growths, challenges and experiences! Jacklyn.Moone@gmai.com

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  13. I love seeing their reaction when the "lightbulb" finally turns on. They get so excited and so do I! Run529@aol.com

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  14. I love it when the kids say the darnest things and makes me laugh.

    mztrinh@gmail.com

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  15. One of the things I love about being a teacher is that my job is never ever boring. I love hearing their silly stories and funny comments. Too cute! peters_ac@hotmail.com

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  16. I love walking in with a plan and then how you can get inspired by something a kid says and you just run with it. Who needed plans anyway!? Have a good week! Mjhalbardier@gmail.com

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  17. I love being able to see the progress through the year. I have a newborn and going back after maternity leave was made easier knowing that if I couldn't be with my baby all day, I got to be with other people's babies...

    Amjones52@gmail.com

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  18. I love teaching kids to read. It is the most amazing thing to see kids turn into real readers!! Shana......sellison25@yahoo.com

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  19. I love that I can make learning ”fun” with all of the wonderful ideas I find on blogs like yours! The sweet smiles and hugs keep me going on those days when I feel tired and defeated! :)

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  20. I love seeing how much they've learned, I sometimes am in awe that I am teaching them to read, add, subtract, etc.!

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  21. I love to see the progress that each child achieves at their own pace. I love teaching reading and love to see the progress they make throughout the year!
    dbturner@frontiernet.net

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  22. I love to see the progress- especially in writing. It's amazing to see them "get" it when the light bulb just lights up.

    stacey.jamerson@gmail.com

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  23. I love being a teacher because there's never a dull moment! Each day brings with it new adventures and lasting memories.
    Ѽ Lori
    Teaching With Love and Laughter
    luvyorkies@gmail.com

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  24. I love being a teacher because at the end of each day, no matter what has happened, I'm always left with a hug and a sweet "See ya tomorrow, Mrs. Barham" neely_barham@catawbaschools.net

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  25. I love seeing them LOVE to come to school...it makes all of my hard work so worth it. I also love it when they accidentally call me mom! :)
    Kirsten
    tgraves@wi.rr.com

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  26. I love seeing kids be successful at something difficult for the first time. Their smiles and hugs are wonderful too.

    hollyhackathorn@yahoo.com

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  27. i love being an "encourager". helping see kids realize that they could do something that they were convinced that they couldn't. that smile is life. vhair61215@gmail.com

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  28. I love being a teacher because I get to spend my days helping kiddos!

    cathy@missversteeg.com

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  29. I love the hugs, the sweet little notes, the love that they show me, and seeing the progress that they make throughout the year.

    Elisabeth
    elisabethdelk80@gmail.com

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  30. I love the funny things that the kids say and do. It makes the day go round!!!! primarygraffiti(at)yahoo.com

    PS. As always, your unit looks magnificent!

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  31. I love the fact that no matter how cold the day gets or how many times I may have yelled at someone, they always want to hold my hand. :)

    Sarah
    Teachingiscolorful.blogspot.com
    Scoatoam@gmail.com

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  32. I LOVE seeing the look on my student's faces when they "get" something (i.e., like when they realize they can decode words and can read or they understand how to add, etc.). It is such a wonderful expression to see! :o)

    Karyn
    Kideducator@comcast.net

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  33. I love seeing the "lightbulb" turn on when they catch on to what's being taught! :o)

    Cindy
    ccfirstteacher@gmail.com

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  34. When they teach me!! Or when they finally understand a concept!!
    Love your stuff!
    sbriggs@fms.k12.nm.us

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  35. I love being a positive influence on my students. I worry for some of them and pray that their time with me will be a happy one! Spending 7 hours ...5 days a week with them is a true blessing.

    donnagilley1st@gmail.com

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  36. I love being a teacher because I can see the growth my students make between August and June!

    deej22@yahoo.com

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  37. I love how we function together, as a team. It takes awhile to get there but when they do, itsGREAT! I was out sick today and I got a much better behavior report than last time! Love these kiddos!! repete_21@yahoo.com

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  38. I love it when my students say, "it's time for recess?! I thought this was recess."

    Rebekah Kochavi
    Rkochavi@gmail.com

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  39. I love being a teacher because you never ever know what is going to happen moment to moment.. no matter your plans no matter your organization, and that I can make a difference

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  40. I love teaching kids to read and write. The progress they make in first grade is amazing! At the end of the year I show them a story they wrote at the beginning of the year - I love to see how proud they are of themselves.
    Maria
    meemsickle@gmail.com

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  41. I love watching the amazing growth that my students make in 9 short months! How lucky are we as teachers to be a part of this process?

    aliciamckee1st@gmail.com

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  42. I love the light bulb moments and watching them trying to teach each other.
    Ruthanne rarace81@gmail.com

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  43. I love the "light bulb" when they get something. But I also love the things they say sometimes.

    Ashley
    arclark2012@gmail.com

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  44. Being able to know that my kids learn something from me everyday!

    cheriemae@gmail.com

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  45. I love the progress from Sept. to June!
    awashburn@opschools.org

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  46. I love watching my students grow into independent learners. I love watching them learn new skills and strategies. I love wondering what they will figure out next!

    firstgraderocks100@gmail.com

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  47. I love creating and sustaining a little family that grows, grows, grows everyday together. We are each others biggest cheerleaders and most fiercest competitors. First grade is the best!
    ~Andi
    andi_monroe@yahoo.com

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  48. I love how each morning is a fresh start!

    mallorymccandless@smsd.org

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  49. I love that I am lucky enough to be a part of all these wonderful kiddos lives! They feel like they are part of my family by the time they leave me! I teach in a small country school in Montana. We 2 classes with about 10 in each class grades k through 5.
    msjenk@gmail.com

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  50. I love to watch my kids get something after they have tried so hard! It makes me smile so big!

    Mrs. Brown-Kelly Brown
    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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  51. Hard to share only one. I love belly laughs. When you can hear real happiness and excitement in their laughter and voices. To be a part of that always makes me smile!!

    Thanks for the chance to win!!
    Stacey
    swhite@cfc.k12.wi.us

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  52. All the progress we make! Tryonbrenda@gmail.com

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  53. I love when I can actually see the light go on after trying over and over again to teach something.

    Mrs. Erin Ryan
    erinmryan07@yahoo.com

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  54. My goal is to make all kids feel like they belong and are loved....along with teaching reading (which is my favorite)....I just love making those connections with kids and loving and supporting them for who they are. no matter what. Love my first class of first graders in McPherson! :) (Love your ladies stuff too...it is AMAZING! :))
    Thanks for offering this to us! :)

    Sonia
    sonia.hofstetter@mcpherson.com

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  55. I love seeing the progress each child has made from the first day of school to the last. First graders seem to make huge gains!

    arcrow@sbcglobal.net

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  56. I love being a teacher because every dy is different. Never a dull moment!
    Shelley Cozzens
    Shelleycozzens@gmail.com

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  57. I love when I've been teaching something for weeks and weeks and I just don't think they're getting it...then one day they tell me how they got the answer but they say it like it just occurred to them not like I've been drilling the skill. I just think "Hmm, why didn't I think to teach you that." :)

    bcosby83@gmail.com

    Brenda
    You Might Be a FIrst Grader...

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  58. I knew I wanted to teach at a young age. Since I struggled in school I practiced with my younger sister, teaching her the skills I was struggling with at that time. She is now a doctor and says she learned a lot from her older sister. I just don't want kids to struggle the way I did in school. I love teaching them skills in their learning style, and making it fun!

    Kayce Westman
    early childhood
    Indian Springs Elementary
    B.A., Okla.
    Kdwestman@ baschools.org

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  59. I love teaching reading and seeing my first graders growth throughout the year. It's amazing to see what level they started at and where they end up. Watching them figure out new words as they use strategies I've taught them is amazing!!!
    Colleen :-)
    colleendembs@yahoo.com
    Fun and Fearless in First

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  60. I love that my students say: "this is the best day ever" on a daily basis. Without being conceited of course, I must rock! LOL Kidding, of course. Doesn't every teacher love to hear that though!

    Tanya ☺
    fantabulous1stgr@aol.com
    First Grade is Fantabulous!

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  61. I love seeing my firsties learning light bulb go on! :)
    Kelly
    mrsg1@email.phoenix.edu

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  62. I love the innocence of each child and that we are making an impact in so many lives!!

    sarahmackey2@yahoo.com

    Sarah
    Mackey'sClassroom

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  63. I love that every day is different! (I would make a terrible factory worker.)

    tokyoshoes (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  64. I LOVE the light bulb moment and all the love in first grade!
    Jana
    Jprowell11@gmail.com

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  65. I love watching them progress!
    lopezanamarie9@gmail.com

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  66. I love their enthusiasm for learning and the empathy and compassion they have for each other!

    firsttastic@gmail.com

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  67. I love seeing their amazing growth from September to June...

    bdicicco3@me.com

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  68. It's difficult to put into words the feeling I get when one of my Downs or Autistic students learn something new in my classroom. Just today, one of my Downs students finally said, "Tony" when I asked him his name. Do you know how long we've been working on that skill?? When it finally clicks and you know you made a difference and that everyone has the capacity to learn. That's what I LOVE about teaching!!!!

    ~Traci
    The Bender Bunch
    dontracibender@gmail.com

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  69. I love, love watching my students become so "magical" when learning is taking place within our classroom! And, the best part is I get to see the magic of learning first hand during our days together! When a child really. really gets it for the first time is pure and simple, but I still see the magic! I can't miss it after 26 years and counting! Love it!
    Carol
    carol.sunday@owasso.k12.ok.us

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  70. I LOVE the look that students give you when they finally understand a concept. Specially the look from that little student that always has difficulty and you try so many different ways to get them to understand. It's full of awe and pride that they were able to accomplish something that seemed so difficult before and they are so grateful. That look seems to tell me Thanks for helping me and not giving up on me. It just makes all the hard work so worth it.
    elizabeth.munguia8@gmail.com

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  71. I love being a teacher because it is so much fun being a part of the little ones' lives, helping them learn and grow!

    rmariemuniz@hotmail.com

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  72. I love being a teacher because I get to work with so many children and I love seeing how much progress they make throughout the year! Especially in reading! It blows me away! :)
    Holly Byram
    hab@vigoschools.org

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  73. I love the excitement of when kids learn to read! Rene Owens Renetowens@sbcglobal.net

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  74. I love being a teacher for many reasons, but getting hugs through out the day and being a part of their little lives makes my heart smile!!
    Lisa

    lisa_adams@gwinnett.k12.ga.us

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  75. My favorite part of being a teacher is watching the children learn and grow throughout the yea!
    carolmcnab@katyisd.org

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  76. Hi Ladies. To be honest with you, I feel blessed every day that I found a career I love so much. How lucky am I that I have the power to make a positive difference in so many little lives? I love that I can help my children feel special, and bright. I can teach them that they are all readers and writers and artists etc. I show them that it's fun and important to be a life long learner. Are we lucky, or what?
    Julie
    heyjbales@sbcglobal.net

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  77. My favorite thing about being a teacher is that I'm not just a teacher. I'm a guidance counselor, a doctor, a "mommy" (in real life too!), a friend, and so much more. We wear so many "hats" being teachers but its so worth it. I love my kiddos.
    melissaolemiss@yahoo.com

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  78. Well...where to start? I love the little faces that walk in and greet you with a smile, who love you with all their hearts, and whose eagerness to learn lights the fire for my passion in teaching! My kids is what I love most!!!!

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  79. What do I love most? I love seeing the progress throughout the year by each student! They each grow in their own way every day and they amaze me EVERY day!
    Jessica
    wildaboutfirsties@gmail.com

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  80. I love how my students make me smile everyday! It is really special being a teacher and I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world!

    Ali
    alischepis(at)gmail.com

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  81. I love to teach! It is my passion. It gets me up every morning with a smile on my face. I love all the hugs and smiles my students give me everyday- that continue throughout the day. I love it when they get it and they never thought it was possible. I love to see students so excited about learning. I love that I can change their little worlds and watch them grow. They also fill my life up and change me everyday. Plain and simple...I love what I do.

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  82. Thanks so much for this giveaway. I love to teach. It's my way of giving back.
    yvonneeyrg@gmail.com

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  83. It's their "lightbulb moment" when they realize they are reading! (Gotta love the firsties!!!)
    ~Jane
    rsmiramo@smsd.org
    Happy Kansas Day!!!!

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  84. I love the variety of each day! I also,love being able to use my creativity with the help of people like you!
    cbower@ses44.net

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  85. What do I love the most? How my little firsties smile each and every day when they walk in to my classroom. I love to see the growth they all make throughout the school year. It is so wonderful knowing that I am changing their lives and watching their eagerness to learn so many new things. Thanks for the giveaway!
    Mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  86. I love creating new items (and using other's creations) to help supplement my student's learning and make learning fun!

    Abbey Bannon
    Agiombetti@gmail.com

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  87. I love the excitement and enthusiasm first graders bring every day to the classroom! hcoyle3@yahoo.com

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  88. I love the challenge of creating lessons for tough concepts. Love all of your work and own much of it!! Ashleybowlesreed@hotmail.com

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  89. I LOVE to see how excited the kids are to see me in the morning!

    Katie
    kryan428@gmail.com

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  90. Very simply, I love to be a teacher because it allows me to make a difference in the lives of my students. :)

    Michelle
    berrym@wt.k12.oh.us

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  91. Teaching first grade has been extremely rewarding just by being around all those adorable faces!!! They have so much to share and give and I love being a part of it!!

    Laura
    thepegrams@bellsouth.net

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  92. I love watching first graders take off the second half of the year. As a former fourth grade teacher, their growth absolutely amazes me!
    A4ThGrTchr@comcast.net

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  93. I taught 4th and 5th grade for 5 years and then switched to 1st grade last year! What an exciting, amazing, splendid ride! My first graders never cease to amaze me...I LOVE getting them in the fall and watching them grow and change and READ! I LOVE their ideas and how they think anything is possible right now. All I can do is keep fostering that LOVE. You ladies are the best! I LOVE seeing what you do in your classroom through this blog. I wouldn't be able to do what I do without your inspiration :) Thanks, Irene
    irenealtman1@hotmail.com

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  94. I love being able to make a difference for some of the neediest of sweeties!

    Nancy
    Nancy.lane@nelson.kyschools.us

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  95. I love being a home school teacher to my own five children! Having once been a public school teacher, I now get to see my own children grow and learn. It is the best! amybolton@frontier.com

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  96. I love teaching knowing the investment I am making. The children's faces when they 'get it' and their 'I'm so proud of myself' swaggers are so rewarding.

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  97. I love to teach the children to read. I want them to love books as much as I do.
    lraines78@gmail.com

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  98. I enjoy many parts of teaching and can not imagine a more rewarding career, but truthfully, best of all, I love snow days.
    laurelfrazier@yahoo.com

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  99. I love helping to create the future! robinludwig@gmail.com

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  100. I love teaching first grade to see the growth (and be a part of)they make over the entire year. From Connie connieandshiloh@gmail.com

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  101. I love watching the light bulb come on! And, I love watching children learn to love books!

    Karen
    anappleadayinfirstgrade.blogspot.com
    anappleadayinfirstgrade@gmail.com

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  102. I love being a teacher because not only do they take a bit of me when they leave but a part of them stays with me. We influence learning not only by words but our actions. It's fun to talk to previous students about what they remember about first grade.

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  104. When I'm at a professional development all morning, and I step back in my classroom and my kids BOMBARD me with hugs and screams of MISS LIEBERMAN!!!! These little ones impact us just as much as we do them.

    Sami
    samanthaliebermandcps@gmail.com

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  105. I love taking part in the experience of teaching a child to read. Watching them grow and develop into fluent readers is a joy unique to first grade teachers. I feel honored to be a part of developing a skill that they will forever use and need in their lives. Seeing their confidence grow is amazing! I love the fun of teaching and learning in first grade. I have a blast and I think my kids do too!

    miaparker7@yahoo.com
    mia.parker@dpsnc.net

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  106. I love helping a child learn to read. It's an honor for me to sit across the table and be a part of the magical moments of reading!!
    msysling@yahoo.com

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  107. I love that my enthusiasm is so contagious to children- "blessing" a book by Patricia Pollaco and then later hearing 2 six year olds debate the merits of having a "rotten redheaded older brother". Or watching them confidently ask the librarian where they can find the books by their teacher's favorite author. I am often humbled by the influence I have on these sweet little minds!
    Kim
    kdh423@aol.com

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  108. What do I love about teaching....What don't I love. Staying up till 3 am creating new anchor charts with as much excitement as my kids will have when they see it and use it for the first time!!! Seeing a firstie read, really read, for meaning, for the very first time..... Hearing that special sweetie say, "Ms. M, your the best" just at that exact moment you are about to have a bad day.... Our profession is priceless.... I love it!
    Julie
    Ms. Marciniak's First Grade Critter Cafe
    betto411@gmail.com

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  109. I love seeing the world through the eyes of little ones. It Is medicine for the soul. It just makes you smile.
    Sharmon_14@yahoo.com

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  110. I love to see how hard they try!

    Teacher at Heart
    Teacher at Heart

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  111. I love that we as educators, can create a safe and fun learning environment for the kids! Knowing that we may be the only smile, hug, or kind word that they may here all day is a big responsibility that I take seriously. If you haven't heard Beyone's song, I Was Here, please listen to it! It nicely sums up how I feel about teaching. Thanks for the giveaway!

    Ashlie
    anreader@gmail.com

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  112. I love everything about teaching!!! My favorite part of the job is listening to the many, many cute things they have to say..today, one of my kindergartener's said.."I no know...so I no do!" Gotta love it..lol!!!
    ellen.yucht@imagineschools.com

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  113. I love the structure, the education process, the kiddos and their personalities, the creativity, the responsibility...how it all comes together to create these amazing young men and women!
    Thanks for making this year more fun with all your goodies!
    macfamily55@msn.com

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  114. I love the daily impact that I make on little ones lives. I love all the sweet hands that graze me daily and wrap around my waist for a hug. I love teaching reading to young growing minds. Most of all I love telling each of them I love them as they wave good-bye each night (knowing many of them never hear it). I would love to intergrate your lovely pack into my daily work!

    :) Melanie Mowery
    First Grade-Esther Elementary
    Lebanon, No

    melaniemowery82@gmail.com

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  115. I love that teaching gives me the opportunity to be a mom to 25 kids each day and allows me to have an entire summer just being a special mom to my little one at home!

    ktaylor314 at gmail dot com

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  116. I love seeing the progress my kiddos make from the beginning of the year to the end of the year!

    KathrynLBurrows@gmail.com

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  117. I love learning new things and the challenges that come with learning. I love being able to my love of learning with my students and watching them develop as they learn.

    imgoingfirst@gmail.com

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  118. I love when the light bulb comes on with my first graders!!!
    Carolyns941@bellsouth.net

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  119. I love teaching reading. That moment when they finally get it is priceless.
    cbartram@kitcarsonschool.com

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  120. I love the smiles that greet me in the morning & the hugs I get at the end of the day!

    Renee
    suzynae@tx.rr.com

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  121. I love that I feel I am making a difference in the world. I left corporate America & got a teaching degree at age 43 that came with a wonderful pay cut of $20,000+ per year. I never wake up not wanting to go to work anymore because I love my job & each new day is full of surprises no matter how much I try to plan it.

    Tina
    tinstarkey@gmail.com

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  122. I love seeing the face of a child that has caught on to a skill that they were previously having difficulty with.

    Lian
    hlmccain@comcast.net

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