Back To School YouTube Party & Giveaway

Hi everyone,

I am SERIOUSLY excited (and a little bit nervous) about this post as this is COMPLETELY out of my comfort zone!

You see, my blogging friends and I at the Primary Chalkboard wanted to do something BIG for back to school for you.
BIG I'm talking, BIG.

We decided to throw a party. Here is a hint.

YES. It is a YouTube Partaaaaay! 

As you all know, the party part is not at all what is out of my comfort zone here... 
it's the video part! 
I am TERRIFIED of the camera! 
I have what I like to call "The Chandler Syndrome". 
Do you all remember how Chandler in Friends was a tiny bit... let's call it "camera shy"? 
Well, that pretty much sums it up for me! 
BUT I just couldn't say no to my fabulous Primary Chalkboard friends so I put on my big girl hat and started my very own YouTube channel! 
Yay for me :)

We are here sharing lots of tips -- organizational, DIY, helpful ideas-- lots of things you can do RIGHT NOW to make your back to school a little easier!

Would anyone like a....
$100 Amazon Gift Card
or $100 TeachersPayTeachers Gift Card
or A fabulous Michael Kors bag 
(you know, the one you want but can't justify spending the money for)?

I thought so.

So what do you need to do?

Did you see that?

You can EVEN gain EXTRA entries in the giveaway by watching our videos and entering our SECRET WORDS into the Rafflecopter (but I know you were going to do that anyway, so... 2 birds, 1 stone).

We will be linking up 5 new videos every day this week... 
so you can come back, watch, and enter every day!

Ready for my tip? 
I'll be sharing some fun whole class behavior management ideas that are SUPER easy 
to implement in your classroom. 
Don't forget to listen for my SECRET WORD!

And don't forget to head over to the Primary Chalkboard to watch more tip clips and gain more entries to the giveaway!

GOOD LUCK everyone!

a Rafflecopter giveaway

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  1. Such a cute idea! The kids will love it!

  2. I already told you how much I love this tip, but I'm here to tell you again! Thanks for sharing and inspiring!

  3. Great idea for reinforcing positive behavior :)


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