Do you remember All About Spelling, the spelling curriculum that was highlighted here on Freely Educate a couple of months ago? Well, they just released a new book to go along with All About Spelling's Level One. The new book is called the Beehive Reader 1, and it is beautiful…
Visit the Beehive Reader 1 page to view samples of the book and to view the (glowing!) comments about it.
Do you want one for free? One blessed winner will receive the Beehive Reader 1 and …
This time, you may enter more than once! You get one entry per comment, but you may comment more than once by…
- Just leave a comment, saying you want one. That's easy!
- Visit All About Spelling, click on Articles (top of the home page), then come back here and tell us which of their article titles sound most helpful to what you're facing in your school….or visit the Beehive Reader 1 page, click on Samples, and come back here with the name of one of the characters in the book. That's easy!
- Blog about this giveaway on your blog or website or Twitter or Facebook it, then come back here and leave a link to the blog post, site URL, tweet or Facebook page.
That's 3 ways to increase your chances of winning! You can enter up to 3 times. But, remember, you need to enter 3 separate times, because that makes it much easier for me to count up entries when I go to Random. org to select the winner.
More Rules, sigh:
Click on "Comments" below* to leave your comment and other entries (separately, remember)
The form will ask for your email address but only I will see it. Promise. And I never, ever spam
One winner will be selected randomly from the entries (comments) through Random.org's random number generator
US entries only (head ducking; I'm sorry!)
Deadline: Friday, May 1st, midnight CST ( as in, 11:59pm)
Comment away! Who wants one? Besides me, that is.
Updated May 2nd…The winner is…
I not only blogged about this giveaway but yesterday's wonderful resource too!
Random Integer Generator
Here are your random numbers:
Timestamp: 2009-05-04 04:35:56 UTC
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