Tuesday, July 16, 2013

Christmas in July Giveaway #3: Diverse Learner Flip Book from Seidlitz Education

A Big Congratulations to Janice Mcknight for winning the Diverse Learner Flip Book for her classroom!! A special thank you to everyone who entered this wonderful giveaway generously sponsored by Seidlitz Education.  A big thank you to Seidlitz Education for sponsoring this week's Teacher's Market Tuesday giveaway!!  Stay tuned for our next giveaway from PrintFirm!

One of the hardest challenges I faced during my student teaching days was trying to meet the needs of all the students in my classes.  Trying to come up with different activities was hard and I wish I had had a great resource such as this Diverse Learner Flip Book.

We all want our students to feel successful in school and so coming up with the right activities is crucial.  With the Diverse Learner Flip Book, it will help you design accurate student profiles and find a broad range of instructional activities and strategies to help each student be successful in their school work.

Seidlitz Education is our sponsor this week and they are generously donating a copy of their Diverse Learner Flip Book for a fun Teacher's Market giveaway.

This is one resource to have in your professional development library.  You can find out more about this book here.  Learn more about Seidlitz Education and all their wonderful resources at the Seidlitz Education website.  Also, be sure to be a fan of the Seidlitz Education facebook page as they run their own fun contests and giveaways there.

If you'd like a chance to win the Diverse Learner Flip Book for your professional library, please fill out the Rafflecopter Form below.

This giveaway will end next Monday night, July 22nd and the winner will be announced next Tuesday, July 23rd.  Due to high shipping costs, this giveaway is only open to U.S. residents.

A special thanks to Seidlitz Education for donating their Flip Book for a great Teacher's Market giveaway this week.

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1 comment:

  1. With a self contained class of special needs students I am always looking for teaching ideas to use with my diverse class. I am sure this would have some wonderful ideas.