Saturday, October 22, 2016

The Original Switch Witch Teacher Giveaway

Teachers, I have a fun giveaway for you this month in celebration of Halloween! Traditions are the spice of life and I want to introduce you to an exciting Halloween tradition that would be fun for your classroom or school library!

Bring the Switch Witch to your classroom or school library and your students will love the excitement your new little visitor brings. During the month of October, hide your little witch in a new place each day and your students will enjoy the challenge of looking for her. You could also have students give suggestions to put in a jar where they think the witch should hide in the classroom. You could use it in helping with creative writing, having your students write or draw in their journals about the adventures their Switch Witch would go through by themselves or with the student. There's lots of fun things you could bring to your classroom with the Switch Witch. The family tradition of the Switch Witch is on Halloween night, your children will leave their candy with their witch before going to bed and then when they wake in the morning the Switch Witch will have left them a prize in exchange for their candy. So, even though it's meant as a family tradition, I think it's also a fun tool for teachers in the classroom. Head over to The Original Switch Witch website to learn more about this fun little witch.  You can also purchase the Switch Witch for your family or classroom on Amazon.

The Original Switch Witch Teacher Giveaway:

Teachers, for a chance to win a Switch Witch children's book and doll for your classroom or school library, please fill out the Giveaway Tools form below.  Our giveaway is open to continental US and will end at noon MST on Halloween, Monday, Oct. 31st. A huge thank you to The Original Switch Witch for donating a kit for a lucky teacher here at Teacher's Market! Be sure to keep up with The Original Switch Witch on facebook, twitter, and instagram.


  1. This would be good for Sped JH students. Michelle Miller

  2. This would be a great hands on activity with sensory input which is so important for our students.

  3. Still thinking about this one.
    Maybe put a little spin on it and maybe have students bring nonperishable food items for a local food closet in exchange for a special treat, class party or extended play/art activity time.

  4. This would be so much for my Kindergarten students! I hope I win!