Thursday, July 12, 2012

Postcard Giveaway

In honor of my baby's 23rd birthday tomorrow and the fact that I really like these postcards - I am having a postcard giveaway. As you can see I made another trip to Wal-mart. So leave me a comment on how you celebrate birthdays in your classroom, please. On Friday night, I will pick 3 people to win an assortment of 10 Hawaiian postcards. Thanks for stopping by
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  1. In our classroom we sing the Dr. Jean birthday song. They get a gift baggie (with an adorable bag topper of course) filled with a sticker, a birthday pencil, and a couple balloons, and of course they birthday girl or boy gets to wear a fancy birthday crown.

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  2. Birthdays are something I need to do a better job of celebrating with my class (that sounds so awful)...but I'm usually running around at the last minute finding the crown, grabbing the birthday sticker, and signing a birthday card. We sing Happy Birthday and then have the treat that was sent in from home that ranges anywhere from a Blow Pop to 30 cupcakes stuck together in a shape and layered with mounds of icing. It's my goal this year to have everything ready and waiting for their special day! :)

    A Pirates Life for Us

  3. I let the birthday boy or girl wear a class birthday shirt. They get a pixie stick balloon, stickers, pencils, birthday crown and certificate. I do want to add more to that next year. :)
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

  4. Hi Terri,
    Last year we celebrated birthdays with the birthday song in 3 languages and a goodie bag. This year the kids will decorate a cupcake instead:)

    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

  5. We add birthdays to the calendar for that month. Then on their special day we sing happy birthday (jack hartmann version) Then they wear a crown and a sticker all day and they get a special pencil and birthday card signed by the class.