Sunday, July 17, 2016

Light Up Your School Year With a Lightbox Giveaway!


I just got a Heidi Swapp Lightbox, and I'm in LOVE! I can't wait to put my Lightbox to use in my classroom. I've been busy thinking about all of the quotes I can use to motivate my students throughout the year. It's so much fun!

You can purchase kits from Heidi Swapp to make your Lightbox your own, or you can use vellum paper to print your own. In the picture above, I used vellum paper to print a sign for my class theme.

Now who's ready for a giveaway!?! I'm giving away one Heidi Swapp Lightbox to a lucky reader. This giveaway ends on July 23, 2016. So, go to the Rafflecopter link below for your chance to win and light up your school year!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

14 comments:

  1. Thank you for the giveaway!! I have really wanted one of these light boxes :). I like how you created your own message.

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    1. Thanks! Now you get your own :-) Vellum paper is pretty easy to use. I selected the specialty paper option when I printed from my home printer. Just don't forget to let the ink dry before touching! I made that mistake twice!

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  2. LOVE these light boxes! There are so many fun ways to use them! I think I need one at home and in my classroom! Thanks for the chance to win one! :)

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    1. I know! I keep thinking that I should get one for my daughter's room.

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  3. Thanks for the giveaway! I want a light box soo bad for my classroom! I have so many ideas on how to implement it! Haha Liked and following! =)

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  4. Thanks for the giveaway! I want a light box soo bad for my classroom! I have so many ideas on how to implement it! Haha Liked and following! =)

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    1. They are so much fun! Thanks for entering!

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  5. I would use this to post motivational quotes for my students. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  6. Thank you for this giveaway! I would use this lightbox for cheery messages, quotes, to introduce new words like nascent so kids would try to guess what it means and then look it up, or for word puzzles (for ex. teaching compound words like butter + fly and they have to put it together). The possibilities are really endless! :)

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    1. I love those ideas Tina! I'll be using some of those ideas in my classroom too!

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  7. This is so neat. Thanks for the chance to win one.

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  8. This is so neat. Thanks for the chance to win one.

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