Wednesday, July 18, 2012

Getting Ready Giveaway!


Who says you can't have fun getting ready for your year?   We have tools to help make the planning painless and give you a giggle along the way.  Our week of surprizes continues with a great giveaway!

 The iGuy and a $25 Amazon Gift Card


Introducing iGuy - the freestanding foam case for iPad and iPad 2 with tons of personality! Every bit protective as he is a blast to use, iGuy is the perfect iPad accessory for kids and grownups alike. He's lightweight, easy to hold, and he can stand on his own two feet, even while holding up your iPad. He's the same iGuy (not a brand new one) that Amanda took with her to the conventions this year as a demo!

Amazon.com Gift Cards are redeemable toward millions of items at Amazon.com, have no fees, and never, ever expire.

The winner will get both prizes, and you'll enjoy an Amazon shopping trip with your iGuy!

You better stay tuned, we have more great surprizes coming this week! Hurry this contest ends 7/19/12 at midnight (EST)!








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56 comments:

  1. A notebook and pencil is my favorite way to plan, lol.

    Kathleen P.
    mountainpatriots@att.net

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  2. My trusty notebook, multiple colored highlighters, red pen, blue pen and a pencil. I haven't managed to kicked out all of the high school teacher in me yet. :)

    Julie K.
    hsknopps@gmail.com

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  3. I use my computer. Have always hated my handwriting :)

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  4. Paper and pen! Lots of lists :)

    Emily
    samdomant3@verizon.net

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  5. Paper and pen. I make a simple chart and away we go!

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  6. A calendar and some time to think!

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  7. My planner, pencil(so I can change things) and highlighters!!

    ntwr21@yahoo.com
    wendy T

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  8. I go through my curriculum then start making lists.

    dwallacewow@gmail.com

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  9. I like to write plans down. It just seems like I remember things better that way.

    afn222@charter.net

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  10. Usually it is a planner or just a print out of a week to week student planner and a good pin. ;)

    Amy

    amymcfowler@hotmail.com

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  11. The new AB planer....oh and a pencil definitely NOT a pen!

    sighreeen@yahoo.com

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  12. Planner, extra paper and pencil.

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  13. 100 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum By Cathy Duffy! I have post it notes in almost every page!
    jtmel815@yahoo.com

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  14. Good old fashioned paper and pen!
    ladyaramina10 at yahoo dot com

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  15. Computer spreadsheets and schedules. Highlighters after printing out. Easy to print, easy to edit!

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  16. I use my calendar, chocolate, and a phone to see what hubby thinks. ;)

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  17. My favorite planning too is my teachers plan book and a pencil:)

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  18. My favorite planning tool is a good old-fashion paper and pencil.

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  19. I use Google Drive to plan the year, and an iPad app called "I Plan Lessons" to plan week by week. marc1615 at gmail dot com

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  20. Oh boy - my favorite tool? I don't know that I have ever planned enough to even say. I am trying hard to be more prepared this summer, and I mostly use a pencil and notebook

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  21. I like to use an online planner and an offline teacher's planner together. Since I recently got an iPad, I will be utilizing it more, using the free planner from USAB on my computer and perhaps the reminders app.

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  22. KelliBelly ethansmom@msn.comJuly 18, 2012 at 11:11 AM

    I am a horrible planner! This year I am holding myself more accountable and going to be more structured. I am enjoying reading everyone's responses. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  23. I have liked home educating planners. I am bad at planning though ;)

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  24. I do not do well with planning. I want to get more organized. I bought a cheap(dollar section at Target) teacher planner and tried to use it, but didn't stick with it too long.

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  25. I love to plan! LOL Not to say that things always go according to my plan, but...when I plan, it's with a nicely sharpened pencil and a notebook!

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  26. My free printed planner that I put in a three ring binder and only use pencil for those 'change of plan' days :D

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  27. Calendar, highlighters, pens, pencils with BIG erasers! LOL!p2a2@me.com

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  28. I start after Christmas with a pencil and notebook. I write what is working and what is not down. Then i set it aside until the end of March. At that time, I review what I wrote in December and then make a final plan and material list on the computer. This the sits until May for fine tuning.

    Dkmiata@msn.com

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  29. I get out the books I plan to use, and figure out how i want to divide it up along with our unit studies!

    Dgerth @insight.rr .com

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  30. I look through what I already have, then make a list of what I still need.

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  31. I use a teacher's lesson plan book with wide spaces to write in under each day. I then divide the space into sections for each child. I also keep all grades in this book. Everything is in one place! Oh-and a cup of coffee always helps with the planning! :).
    L. Stallings
    stallings6@gmail.com

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  32. I sit down with a calendar and a weekly student planner and start there. I never plan too in depth because in the years we've homeschooled, things have never turned out the way I initially plan. ;)

    Tana
    mommatder@gmail.com

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  33. I usually use pencils and paper to plan.

    twjgaj@frontier.com

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  34. I like to write out a plan on paper. :)

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  35. My favorite planning tools: my computer, planner, and pencils and this year my Unit Study 101.
    Amy
    aibender75@gmail.com

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  36. I use a pen, paper,prayer, and lists to plan.


    Angela
    aupright@att.net

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  37. klatshaw4371@verizon.netJuly 19, 2012 at 6:31 PM

    calendar, paper, and pen

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  38. Spend a loooong time printing planning spreadsheets and go to it with a pencil.
    goldberrys@shaw.ca

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  39. I like a good list.

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  40. I like good ole paper and pencil to do my planning. I usually keep a computer record too though. And then I like to check into Amanda Bennett unit studies and google to help me in topic research.

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  41. I usually use my computer and Outlook calendar to plan our school year.
    Klchilds@mindspring.com

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  42. My favorite planning tool is a spiral notebook. I can make notes for everyone (three daughters!) and not lose them :)

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  43. Lists & schedules
    cordova45@sbcglobal.net

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  44. a bit 'ole calendar and a yellow legal pad!
    mcmullen.kelly @ gmail dot com

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  45. I love to sit at my desk with my computer, notebook, pens, post it's, and a glass of cold, sweet tea!

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  46. I use a teacher planner from an office supply store.

    Romanos dot 1212 at yahoo dot com

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  47. To plan...I use paper, pencil, computer, and my calendar. I make too many lists, but eventually come up with a plan - or at least a rough version of what I'd like my year to look like!

    christinedmay @gmail.com

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  48. Good old paper and pen...I tried to go electronic, but ended up using the paper planner in addition.

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  49. Well Planned Day planner and pencil! tammyhuffaker at yahoo dot com

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  50. A table in Word Doc! mariel at thelearningbasket dot com

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  51. Just paper and pen to make a general outline or plan.
    Tammydscc@yahoo.com

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  52. I don't plan. I just go with the flow. :)

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  53. Favorite planning tool ...paper and pencil

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  54. Spreadsheet and some quite time :)
    creary at mac dot com

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