You could win both these books:
I’ll be giving away 4 sets of both books for the next 2 weeks. No strings attached, I pay shipping.
Sign Says NO is a fantastic book for discussing the benefits of rules and limits. “NO” is part of life, and it is important for everyone. This book makes it fun to think about and discuss everyone’s not so favorite word. (Click here to read more and peek inside)
Numbers is not a counting book, it is a thinking book. Each scene illustrates the various ways numbers are used in everyday life. Thinking about numbers sure makes sense if you know what info. they represent! Counting is just a fraction of the ways numbers are used! (Click here to read more and peek inside)
How to Enter: Comment below or email firstname.lastname@example.org with 5 bits of information.
1.Your name (first name is fine) and email address
2. Your title (teacher, therapist, parent, child-care provider, etc)
3. The age of the child/children you work with or care for.
4. Your city and state
5. Your #1 current child/care-giving/teaching challenge
Two winners will be notified by email on:
Friday September 22nd
Marilyn from Howard, OH
Joy from Hamersville, OH
Friday Sept 29th
Mary Beth from South Point, OH
Christy from Waynesville, OH
Back to School GiveAway entries ends Thurs. Sept 28th, 2017 at midnight. But stayed tuned for a FALL GIVEAWAY soon to follow!
“Your books are so developmentally appropriate and appeal to the children interests as well. I think the children are drawn to the photos, and I can see them thinking while they are looking at the photos” ~ Betty, preschool teacher for 4-5 year olds, OH
Details/Rules: One Entry per person, winners will be listed by first name only. Once entered, you will be entered for all remaining win dates (no need to enter more than once to be in both drawings). Please email email@example.com with any questions.
I work with Autistic children and preschoolers
Thanks for entering Amy!
Fawn Cole -firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a parent to two boys, Logan (9) and Lafe (4)
My biggest challenge for my 4 year old is to get him interested in learning. Books keep him captivated more than any thing else!
Thank-You Fawn, that was my challenge with my youngest as well, it was so hard to keep his attention. Books were a huge connection point for us in those early years and still to this day (he’s 21 and diagnosed on severe end of autism spectrum)
Hi! While my career as a teacher of special needs preschool is formally done in Howard OH, I substitute and babysit children birth thru 3rd grade. I love your books and do take books and other things with me to share on my travels.
My biggest challenge is not having a classroom of my own and still staying current in my field.
Yes! Me too! Working with children you find out quickly learning is life long process for sure!!! Thanks for entering Marilyn:)
My biggest challenge is getting the children to putt things away when they are finished playing with them.
Our class is a mix of 3 and 4 year old children. Waynesville,Ohio
Thank-You Christy – oh yes, much more fun getting things out than putting them away. Even for many adults (like me LOL)
I work for Head Start and am a preschool teacher in Dayton Ohio. My children range from 3-5 years old. The biggest challenge we have right now is getting the children adjusted to being at school and the following the rules of the classroom.
Thanks Melissa – new environment, new rules to learn. Sound like you could definitely use the Sign Says NO book 🙂
My name is Kristy. email@example.com. I am a parent of a 6, 9 and 10 year old. I live in Modesto, CA. We always have friends and family over and it’s hard for me to find activities for all the ages of kids to play together.
Thanks Kristy – I used to run a “parent’s day out” program with our church for ages 5-12, yes meeting the needs of a wide age span is challenging!