One week from today a teacher who may remain nameless (but writes a blog called Fabulous in First), will turn the big 3-2! Oh---my---word!

So, I thought... what better way to celebrate, than a little ole' giveaway? The winner will be chosen one week from today when I'm one year wiser (not older... just wiser). The winner will win anything they'd like from my TpT store. If that means everything, then I'll send it all. Just let me know.

If you'd like to enter you can:

1. Become a follower of this blog.

2. Follow my TpT store.

3. Grab my button.

4. Tell me something fun you do for your students on their birthdays.

Good luck and happy teaching friends!

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My students get to have a special birthday cake chair cover on their special day, wear a funny birthday hat, get a special school supply from me, and a cupcake.

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Many years ago one of my students asked why we don't get "birthday spankings" in school like we can at home? Try explaining that one... anyhow, I came up with either birthday kisses (I have a beautiful "magic wand" that they can get kisses on the top of their head with) OR birthday high-fives (boys especially like this one) and they LOVE it! I also let them create/decorate their own birthday crown to wear for the day!

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In my room, the birthday boy/girl sits on a special chair and each child takes turn saying a birthday wish (before we enjoy a yummy treat).

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Everyone makes one page about what they like most about their Birthday Buddy and then the Birthday Boy or Girl gets a whole book to take home.

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ReplyDeleteOn my kiddos birthdays we sing Happy Birthday and they get a pencil, eraser, sticker pack, bookmark and certificate with their name and birthday on it. :)

ReplyDeleteWe make birthday books for each birthday. Each student gets a sheet of birthday paper and writes a friendly letter to the birthday kid. I collect all the letters and bind them into a book. The birthday kid gets to decorate the cover while everyone else is writing letters. It is a big hit! The kids love to read what was written about them. Most kids hang on to their books.

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For my kids birthdays at school, I like to frame a class picture, put a mat around it and allow the class to sign the mat.

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On each child's birthday (or half birthday if they have a summer birthday) they get a special birthday crown, a birthday sticker, a birthday book from the principal that they get to pick out themselves and we sing happy birthday. If they bring in birthday treats or goodies they are passed out to all of the students as we get ready to go home.

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For the little ones birthday's we sing happy birthday by Jack Hartman and they get to wear their crown all day.

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ReplyDeleteOn birthdays, the kiddos get to wear a crown, sport a birthday ribbon, take home a nifty certificate and they get a nifty birthday pencil from yours truly.I will also usually do a birthday unit in the middle of the school year, usually in January where we celebrate all birthdays, and make a class book.

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ReplyDeleteOn my students' birthdays I always read Happy Birthday to You by Dr. Seuss. Then, I take their picture and celebrate with treats provided by the family. That evening, the student takes home our "Birthday Bag" where they write a few sentences about what they did on their special day and of course, draw a picture:)

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The class writes happy birthday messages to the student and I compile it into a book for the student and of course they go to the treasure box.

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On each child's birthday, we make a birthday book for him/her to take home! The student also gets to pick a book from the principals library!

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My kids get a birthday crown, a birthday cupcake chair cover, and a pass to use for homework or morning work. Then of course we do the usual singing and cupcake eating!

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For my student's birthdays, they get a crown and the class makes them a birthday book! I give them a goodie bag with school stuff and a pencil.

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ReplyDeleteBirthday kids get a balloon taped to the back of their chairs. In all the years, I've never had one pop. On the dry erase easel, I write "Happy Birthday So and So!" All the kids write a message around it to the birthday kid. Then I take a picture of the child standing next to the easel wearing the birthday hat (this takes the place of all the cards...though, I encourage the others to make cards at home and bring them if they want to do something extra special). And we even sing Happy Birthday in the cafeteria at lunch. Usually, the whole cafeteria ends up joining in and it's a blast! Parents are allowed to send in cupcakes at lunch time. Finally, and it's probably their favorite because it's just so silly...I'll ask the student how old they are. They'll say 8 and I'll say, "80, wow you're old, but not a speck of gray hair or wrinkles!" The kids will shout "8." And I'll say "18?" "What are you doing in 2nd grade?" And it keeps going on until I finally hear it right. Birthdays are huge!

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I have a different monthly cake on my bulletin board and I switch it out monthly. The students love to see how they tie in to the month, hearts for Feb, etc, and they love to see whose name is on the candles.

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We sing happy birthday, they wear a birthday hat and sticker, get a birthday card and we have bday treats!!

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ReplyDeleteFor my student's birthdays I give them a birthday bag to take home. Inside the bag is a journal and a disposable camera. Students write a little journal about their birthday celebration and get to take a few pictures with the camera. Students then get to share their journal with the class. They also get a big birthday sticker to wear on their birthday!!!

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Miss KindergartenFor my students' birthdays, we have our students come up to the chair in the front of the room so we can sing Happy Birthday. Then we clap for each year in their age and they get to choose the kind of claps {ketchup bottle claps, roller coaster claps, round of applause etc.} They LOVE it!

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For my student's birthdays I have them make a poster of their favorite baby pictures. It's so adorable!

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