Sunday, November 23, 2014

Reindeer Games GIVEAWAY!

One of my very first products needed some updating!  If you already own the original "Reindeer Games"--please go download the revised and new version!  It now has 51 pages of fun, with updated graphics, fonts, new games, and craftivity templates!  My favorite craft each year is the Root Beer Loving Reindeer--it goes along with a mini book the kids will illustrate--called If You Give a Reindeer a Root Beer.

This pack covers math standards, writing, and literacy, and...I just adore the reindeer clip art by Graphics from the Pond!  CUTE as can be.  The preview below shows some of the activities included in my updated packet.  I am giving away a copy of this fun little packet!  Please enter below!







54 comments:

Mary Love Strange said...

My favorite Christmas book is The Tale of Three Trees. I read it all the time as a kid, especially around Christmas.

Cindy said...

The Polar Express!

shannon said...

My favorite book to read to my firsties is Pete the Cat Saves Christmas. :)

Duval528 said...

Mooseltoe!

Duval528 said...

Mooseltoe!

Rosy Patel said...

My favorite book is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I love it and the kids do too. We even do some Grinch activities to follow up. Hope to win the Reindeer Games Pack! It looks great! rosyashish@yahoo.com

Melissa Young said...

I have used our Elf to deliver Random Acts of Kindness missions. My students love being sneaky to anonymously deliver treats and notes to other classrooms and staff.
Youngmel67@gmail.com

ksteacher81 said...

I love to read The Polar Express!

Deb Thomas said...

What an adorable product! I like How the Grinch Stole Christmas and I also like to do activities with this book.
Deb at Fabulously First

Heather Beach said...

My favorite Christmas book is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I remember sharing it with my mom when I was little and now I love sharing it with my kids!

Heather said...

I have SO many favorite Christmas books. My mom gives my sister and I a Christmas book every year- so I have LOTS of them! My favorite activity I do with my class is the Polar Express. I love reading it them and setting their chairs up like the train while the drink hot chocolate! heathermary18@hotmail.com

Shanda Boreson said...

Love The Gingerbread Baby by Jan Brett! So beautiful and provides lots of fun Christmas activities!

bren in room 10 said...

This product looks like so much fun! I'm going to be checking out that root beer book.

bren in room 10 said...

Polar Express

Megan said...

I love to read Gingerbread man books with my class around christmas time.

Ms. Hoag said...

we do a book exchange, and pass wrapped books in a circle while I read the polar express or night before christmas

evitafjord said...

Polar Express, though I am very intrigued by the reindeer root beer as well.

Lori Raines said...

I like Bear Stays Up for Christmas!

Healthy Ladies said...

The Grinch Who Stole Christmas

judy said...

I love all the cute centers that the children work in during the holiday season.

Sharon said...

My fav is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. I can read it over and over again. We even have a Grinch day and have all kinds of fun with it.

jenbrett said...

I LOVE reading "Red Ranger Came Calling" ~ the kids are always so floored by the picture at the end of the book that even my skeptics can't argue... They even get older siblings after school and bring them down to look for themselves. mrs.steinachers.class@gmail.com

Theresa Charley said...

Oh my! There are so many holiday books that I love to read-aloud but lately I've been drawn to Llama Llama Holiday Drama. Not only is it about anticipation, patience but most importantly the greatest gift of all: each other!

Carrie G. said...

My favorite book is one that my first graders write themselves - Our Holiday Traditions. It is so fun to get a peek into my first grader's special times at home. It goes with our social studies curriculum. Thanks for the chance to win.

Carrie G. said...

My favorite book is one that my first graders write themselves - Our Holiday Traditions. It is so fun to get a peek into my student's special moments at home. It goes with our social studies unit. Thanks for the chance to win.

Holly said...

I love doing Christmas around the world. I would love to add all of your reindeer stuff to our plans. :)

Mrs. Davies said...

I love, love, love Polar Express!

Rebekah Lynne Davenport said...

I love How the Grinch Stole Christmas. We do writing with it about a time where we felt like a grinch.

Lyndee @ A Recovering Craft Hoarder said...

I don't have a favorite; I love most of the them. This is only my second year teaching so I haven't taught a Christmas book. Perhaps this is the year to start.

Lauren said...

I'd love to have this for my firsties! :)

Lauren said...

Whoops, the Gingerbread Girl to model schema and predictions! :)

Teri said...

I love so many Christmas books! Who Will Guide My Sleigh Tonight? makes us all belly laugh! Polar Express and How the Grinch Stole Christmas make me tear up at the end. We love discussing story sequence and learning how characters can change so much as a story progresses. My "firsties" love our Grinch celebration that includes some Minute to Win It challenges, Grinch pudding, Grinch Nog, and Grinch cupcakes. They really enjoy adding "messages of love" for their friends on the big wall Grinch. Christmas is such a fun time of year!

Dakotasews said...

I compare and contrast different gingerbread stories and we eventually make gingerbread men to eat.

Sharon Laramie said...

We make these big paper snowflakes every year that we display in our hallway and sometimes they are used as decorations for our Christmas program. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s7of1MSYHcw

Partly Sunny said...

The Legend of the Candy Cane... I used to read it when i lived in a small town where everybody celebrated Christmas and Christmas trees were allowed to be put up in our classroom.

Nicole said...

I love Snowmen at Christmas! this pack looks great!
nhuggenberger@gmail.com

amy jordan said...

An old one but good one, Twas the Night Before Christmas!

Anonymous said...

I am not a teacher I want to win this for someone I know.
heather hgtempaddy@hotmail.com

Shelly Powers said...

I love jan Brett gingerbread baby

mas said...

We do gingerbread all month and end by making little gingerbread houses.

Primary Bookends said...

Such a great unit! ! I would love to win.

Jennifer Bonner said...

Love love love elf on a shelf fun & this year I'm adding in studying reindeer!

Lynn Montgomery said...

I guess if I have to pick only ONE then it would be Polar Express - we come to school in our PJ's and have a special day with all kinds of activities. Of course ...hot chocolate is involved!!

Debbie said...

We do several Christmas book units but I guess my favorite is How the Grinch Stole Christmas. My kiddos love our Grinch week.

mmorgan said...

So cute!

Heather B. said...

We do a lot of Grinch and Polar Express activities. :)

Allison said...

My favorite would have to be Polar Express! Allison311@bellsouth.net

Cherie said...

Our favorite book is Mr Willowby's Christmas Tree. Our favorite craft is sock snowmen!

Anonymous said...

I love reading polar express and drinking hot chocolate. So much fun
Cynthia

Lindsay J said...

Olive, the Other Reindeer! Such a cute book!

Lindsay J said...

Olive, the Other Reindeer! Such a cute book!!

Tiggs said...

I have a "listening Skills" art project that we do

Lindsey Nihart said...

All of the Christmas books are oh so good! Getting to wear PJ's on Polar Express Day and drinking hot chocolate is always so much fun!

Gladys said...

I love this, Sarah!! It's adorable!!

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