Sunday, August 4, 2013

400+ followers on TeachersPayTeachers, Hoooraaay!

I'm SO excited to announce that I just went over 400 followers on TeachersPayTeachers!  Are you a follower?  Lucky you, because in celebration of this achievement, I'm doing a GIVEAWAY!

Aren't a follower yet?  Become one here:
La Profesora Frida's TpT Store

How would YOU like to win a $25 gift code to AMAZON to start your school year out right?  :)  Just click the Rafflecopter link below and ENTER TO WIN!


This giveaway will run from August 5th - 12th, 2013! 

15 comments:

Angela Quintana Oropeza said...

I am most excited about trying out some new techniques to increase verbal fluency!

LaProfesoraFrida said...

Awesome! I hope that some of my free lessons will be useful to you this school year too! :)

Mayra Garcia-Soto said...

I am very excited about starting to teach at a new school known for the students' diversity! I plan a lot of oral presentations and hands-on activities.

CCarstens said...

I'm excited to do my action research to finish my Master's in Education this fall.

Omima said...

This school year, I'm excited about getting my college results.

Omima said...

The name I've used to follow you on TpT is; OmimaAsghar.

Omima said...

Hey LaProfesoraFrida, I was wondering if other people in my household are allowed to enter into this exciting giveaway?

LaProfesoraFrida said...

No Omima, one entry per household.
:)

Missy Snyder said...

I just found your site! I am excited to have more resources for ESL students! :) Thank you :)

Missy Snyder said...

I am follower # 419 on TPT Missy Snyder

LaProfesoraFrida said...

Bienvenida, Missy! So excited to have you! :D

Karen Huffman said...

I'm looking forward to meeting my new students. I had a few of themm in Kindergarten and now I will have them again in 5th.

Karen Huffman said...

I follow you on TPT: kmhteacher.

Haley Hall said...
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Haley Hall said...

Just found your store on TPT and I love your stuff! I'm most excited about trying to create a more proficiency based classroom! :)

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