Sunday, April 26, 2015

It's a Launch Party!


This little guy has been a work in progress for awhile.  And we are FINALLY ready to get this party started!  We are so glad you stopped by!

We are a group of over 20 Georgia bloggers that decided to collaborate to create a blog full of engaging and exclusive content for Georgia elementary school teachers (Grades PreK- 5th)! We can't wait to share all the goodies we have for you!

To start off, we will be doing a GIVEAWAY! We will be giving away 1 GRAND PRIZE $50 TPT Gift Certificate, plus three other lucky winners will each receive a $25 TPT Gift Certificate!
a Rafflecopter giveaway

That is just the beginning!  We ALSO are celebrating the blog launch with a FREEBIE!  Each Primary Peach author has written a post introducing themselves and an exclusive freebie, just for you!  The freebies are themed to meet your end of the year needs!

Ready to get started? Hop on over to Mandy's Tips for Teachers to meet the first author and freebie!  Enjoy!



56 comments:

  1. This is exciting! I would love to get in somehow. My bestie and I are also Georgia bloggers. I would also like to know if you all plan to meet up this summer?

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    1. Add me to the meet up too!! I just started blogging but I love collaborating! If any teachers ever need to drop out or take a hiatus I'd be glad to join y'all. :)))

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  2. I love reading about organizational tips and setting up reading and math stations!

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  3. I like seeing new collaborative blogs! I can't wait to see what you have to share :)
    Storie
    Stories by Storie

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  4. I'd love to hear about Morning Meetings - if you do them; some Morning Message examples,...

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  5. Yay - a new colloborative blog to follow! I'd love for you guys to share anything related to literacy (vocabulary/comprehension) and math strategies!

    ~Cherie~
    Fluttering through the Seasons

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  6. Looks like an amazing group of bloggers! Can't wait to see what you all share. Congrats on the new blog :)

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  7. I would love to know how you do interventions in your classroom.

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  8. So many amazing bloggers and I love the design of the blog!!!! :)

    I am sure that whatever you come up with is going to be fantastic! <3

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  9. Thank you so much for putting this group together, I'm so excited to read everything that you all have to share!!

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  10. I would love for you to blog about the activities that keep your students most engaged and excited about learning.
    Emily
    scheinbere@hotmail.com

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  11. Organization and day to day management of "stuff"

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  12. So excited for a new collaborative blog!

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  13. Motivating students who can, but won't.

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  14. What a powerful group of bloggers you have down there in Georgia! I'd love to see pictures of your classrooms!

    Sally from Elementary Matters

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  15. I am so excited about this blog! I would love to see a few post on the GA Social Studies standards and how you teach them in your rooms!

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  16. I am a pre-service Georgia teacher finishing up my block courses. I'm eager to grow and learn! I'm so excited to see a blog like this as I get closer to entering the field! :)

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  17. I am a pre-service Georgia teacher finishing up my block courses. I'm eager to grow and learn! I'm so excited to see a blog like this as I get closer to entering the field! :)

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  18. So glad I stumbled across your blog!
    KFUNdamentals.blogspot.com

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  19. I am so excited about your new blog! I would love to hear ideas for readin , writing, and packing up for the end of the year to save you time in August !

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  20. How to motivate student after Spring break. My students seem to be over learning and ready for summer break.

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  21. How to motivate student after Spring break. My students seem to be over learning and ready for summer break.

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  22. So many great ideas have already been mentioned. This is going to be a great blog!

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  23. I love finding new blogs!!! I love this one. One of my struggles has always been teaching writing. I teach 2nd grade and I always feel that I am not doing a good enough job.

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  24. I am so excited about having resources from other Georgia teachers. I teach first grade and would love to see how everyone else around the state are meeting the needs in their classrooms. Thanks for joining together in this collaborative blog.

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  25. I have used so many resources by Mandy, so I'm excited about this new blog!

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  26. I teach 4th grade. I would love to hear more about passing the test with common core. :)

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  27. I would love to hear how you keep your students motivated now that the weather is nicer and they are ready for summer! :)

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  28. Organization, literacy and math stations. I love resources and anything helpful :)

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  29. Anything about ESL! I love connecting with other English teachers. :)

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  30. I would love any posts about lessons with non fiction text features and structures. Thanks!

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  31. Great blog! Anything to do with reading in the upper elementary grades would be awesome.

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  32. Love your blog design! :)
    Would love to see some guest posts about teaching elementary world language lessons! )

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  33. I love hearing about organizational tips or teaching strategies that are relevant across grades AND borders! Following from Canada! :)

    ~Erin
    Mrs. Beattie's Classroom

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  34. I'm so glad to have a collaborative place to receive Georgia-specific ideas!!

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  35. Oooh I would love reading and organization tips!!! Also anchor chart examples and tips to make teaching a blast!!!! <3

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  36. I always like to hear about guided reading and how you teach writing!

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  37. I am going to enjoy reading the collaborative ideas from the GA teachers! I'm a fan from NV.

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  38. I'd love to hear how your handle writing. We are trying something new this year- not sure I like it.

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  39. I would love suggestions for end of the year activities. We had 11 snow days this year. It's going to be a long June.

    Kim
    Quinnessential Lessons

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  40. I love the collaboration blog because that is the way all teachers should be, collaborating and sharing what has worked for them. Congratulations on teaming up! I can't wait to see what you all have in store for us.

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  41. Anything ELA related-reading, writing, vocabulary, etc. Beautiful blog. Thank you for asking for suggestions.

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  42. Congratulations on your new collaborative blog!! Lots of great ideas have already been mentioned. I'm sure whatever y'all post will be of great value to readers. Good luck and much collaborative success!

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  43. This will be a great blog because you have an awesome group of bloggers. I think all ideas that you share will be useful to some of the people reading it. Thanks for this Giveaway and all of the free items. Best of luck to you all in your new venture and in your continued blogs and creative ventures.

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  44. I love the connection with other Georgia teachers. Your work is great!! Keep up the good work!!

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  45. I love collaborative blogs like this. I look forward to reading.

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  46. I would love that read about ways you are preparing your students for state wide testing! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  47. I love reading collaborative blogs, so I'm looking forward to what you have to share. I'm a title 1 intervention teacher, so I'm always looking for ways to help struggling learners.

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  48. What a great party! I got really motivated by your post. Actually I am working in a party planning firm and being a started not much aware of such things. Anyways dear, keep posting such inspirational stuff! You are doing a great job.

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