Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Two in a row, and it's a giveaway!

Can you believe it? I am actually posting two days in a row. I cheated and prepared this post yesterday and set the scheduler for today.

I was recently contacted by rubberstamps.com with an offer to review their products. I couldn't pass up the opportunity. I wasn't aware of the wide variety of stamps that the company carries. They have some great motivational stamps, as well as teacher necessities. Check out the variety of stamps on their site. They are willing to donate a set of stamps to one of my followers. Their selection of self stampers are economical. They have a stamp for all your classroom needs.



As you can see, I chose a few stamps to save me time. The stamps are small, but I like that I can fit them in my bag. They reduce my need to add the message to the student's paper. I like anything that saves me time. They are all self-inking. The black one has a little reversible pad that extends its use. I love that the ones that need to catch attention have the red ink.

What stamp would you choose? Tell me your favorite in a comment, as you enter my giveaway to get your own stamps.

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8 comments:

  1. That "name?" stamp is just too cute. If I had one of those, it would get a serious work out. Lol!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  2. I love the idea of using stamps. I especially love that they are self-inking! I would like the Late stamp.
    Ursula
    ugamler@boyertownasd.org

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  3. I'm with Alison that the "Name?" stamp would get used. But so would a self-created one just for grading my students' writing - it would say COPSS, which stands for Capitalization, Overall Appearance, Punctuation, Spelling, and Sense. If I could REALLY create my own, it would have two categories - Style, and then COPSS - which is the way I break down their writing into style and mechanics.
    I've actually been thinking about making up a COPSS stamp for myself and my fellow CA teachers!
    Marion
    MentoringintheMiddle

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  4. I would choose the round self-inking teacher stamps. I just started homeschooling my Kindergartener and these would be so fun to have for when I'm looking over his work :)
    babylyons (at) live (dot) com

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  5. Name. My fifth graders STILL don't remember that simple first step!

    Diane

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  6. I cannot live without the sign and return stamp (every teacher should have one) although the Name? stamp in your post is cute!

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  7. The no name and please sign would be very helpful. Thank you.

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