Guest Blogger {Sharing Kindergarten}

Hi Friends! Boy have I missed you!!! I have been out of town 2 weekends in a row and almost totally unplugged {I mean, I could never officially unplug from Facebook or Instagram ;)}. First, I was in Santa Barbara celebrating my bestie before she gets married!



And then, in Santa Barbara (again!) visiting my boyfriend's family. 

It was super relaxing and just what I needed, but I definitely have missed the blogging world! I have SO much to share with you! While I get my thoughts together and organized though, I have a super special guest post from one of my favorite kinder bloggers, Sharing Kindergarten. She is truly a genius!

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 Hi Kindergarten Teachers!
I am
http://www.sharingkindergarten.com/2014/03/computer-center-sheets-abcs.html
from a little blog called
http://www.sharingkindergarten.com/2014/03/computer-center-sheets-abcs.html
I am soooo excited to be teaming up with Hadar
 to share with you my newest Computer Center Sheets... 
This pack is all about the ABCs.

http://www.sharingkindergarten.com/2014/03/computer-center-sheets-abcs.html

I know so many of you have tried these sheet out and are in LOVE with them. 
I am also a HUGE fan.
I use them religiously

But, if you are wondering what in the world I am talking about
and why these sheets are so amazing...

Please take a moment to watch this video...

I am pretty sure this may be the  

biggest  

game  

changer
in your Computer Station you have ever seen.

You can test these sheets out by clicking {here} and downloading the preview file.

I have a 100th Day sheet that is free.

http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Computer-Center-Sheets-Holidays-1066694


Try it out and see what you think!

Best yet... see what your students think!

I also have another freebie for you guys!

Head to my blog and check out the freebie file today by

clicking {here} or  onto this image!

http://www.sharingkindergarten.com/2014/03/computer-center-sheets-abcs.html

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Isn't Mary just the best?! And to make her even more lovable, she is also giving away a set of her ABC Computer Center Sheets!! All you need to do is enter using the rafflecopter below! Good luck friends!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

15 comments

  1. I've never used these computer sheets, but I am interested in learning about them and of course winning them so I can try them with my kinders! :)

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  2. The computer sheets look fantastic! I would love to win them. Thanks for the great giveaway.

    ~Laura

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  3. This would a great tech tool to use in the classroom. LOVE IT! Amber Osterman 5krocksblog@gmail.com

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  4. I don't currently have a computer for student use with internet in my classroom (am I the only one left?), but I'm hoping to make it happen for next year! I would love to win these!

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  5. This is such an awesome way to manage computer centers and make it meaningful! Love it!

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  6. Would love to try these out... Right now, my students only go on Starfall.com.
    BTW, I just downloaded your freebie for 100 days and tried it out. Planning to try it out with my kinders after spring break. The last video (bottom right hand corner) came up "video does not exist." Also, had a quick question... as I was trying out the the links, I kept getting a pop-up that asked "will you allow" (something about whether the link would be a secure site), will that happen each time a student tries a link, or once it's been allowed, it will automatically go to the site.

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  7. This is great! I'm just stating to use computer centers in the classroom and need all the help I can get! Thank you.

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  8. What a great teaching tool!
    mjaquillard@oregoncs.org

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  9. I am technologically challenged, but am trying to incorporate technology into my classroom. This would be a perfect tool!

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  10. This looks great! alishakruz@gmail.com

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  11. This would make computer center management so much easier and productive!

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  12. I've always wanted to try these. Just curious, do the kids have to go back to the "sheet" to select their next move?

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