More than a Frame Giveaway!

Schroeder Friends...I have a fun Friday Give Away for you!  I was shopping at the Goodwill a few weeks ago and I stumbled across a stack of digital picture frames.  I grabbed up 4 for school and one for a lucky follower of The Schroeder Page.  Check out the many ways that I have been using them this summer.
     
Here is how you can enter my giveaway.  It is super EASY.  
1. Watch the three videos and come up with a quick way to use a digital frame  in your classroom.  
2. Leave a comment on my blog post telling me about your idea. 
3.  One more thing...you must follow of my blog and my new blog...

This give away will run until Monday, August 8th.  If you just can't wait...you can grab your own frame at...



39 comments

  1. I follow your blog and your new blog Me and My Gang!
    Rambling About Reading

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  2. I watched all 3 videos and love how the kids used sight words and shapes to write, record, and play back!
    Rambling About Reading

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  3. I would use this in my class to share and record my students writing. I would also use this to record their readers theatre. I can see this being an instant favorite for parents at open house to see their children's reading and writing progress!
    Rambling About Reading

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  4. Well, let's see... Since it's a picture frame I would run pictures through it of spelling words/special sounds. When the picture comes through the kiddos would say(record) the sound/word and write it. Erase and Repeat.

    I follow both of your blogs. Both of your buttons are on my blog!

    Tara
    www.misssumnersclass.blogspot.com

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  5. Sorry, I put all 3 posts in one post. So, here's #2. I watched all the videos.

    Tara
    missumner@gmail.com

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  6. Here's post #3. I follow your blogs!! Love them!!

    Tara
    misssumner@gmail.com

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  7. Wow! What a great invention! I would use this for counting by 2's, 5's, and 10's in math. I would also use it for students to learn content-area vocabulary. Thanks for sharing!

    Hop Over to Teaching Tales!

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  8. I follow your blog and your new blog! I just love the colorful design!

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  9. I would like to use the frames in a center where they could put their answer in it & and then check to see if they got it right--save on paper!

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  10. I'm a follower of your blogs!

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  11. I am a new blog follower... So, excited!

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  12. My idea would be for a partner to record word wall words/spelling words and have the person write the word they say. Or, when we are learning about nouns, verbs, adjectives - record which part of speech and have the child write it. For example say noun, child writes dog!

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  13. I watched all three videos...cute kids! =)
    Jennifer
    laughinbrunette@hotmail.com
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  14. I follow both your blogs!
    Jennifer
    laughinbrunette@hotmail.com
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  16. Let me try again..lol
    My idea would be to start the year out using it like you did in the last video, only for identifying letters and matching lowercase and uppercase...
    Jennifer
    laughinbrunette@hotmail.com
    First Grade Blue SKies

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  17. What a cool find! What is the brand? I want to find some if I don't win ^_^
    Your ideas are great. The only thing I could come up with is to record the words myself and have students playback my voice and spell the word to challenge students. Thanks for sharing and I am a follower.

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  18. I follow both your blogs. Great find at Goodwill. I would have kid say a math fact and then record the fact and the answer. My other idea (not knowing how long you can record for) was to record a few clues to a word wall word and have the kids write the word...kind of like the "on the back" word wall activity.

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  19. Sorry, I did watch your videos...neat ideas.

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  20. I follow your blog. I have all kinds of ideas. I know that some teacher friends use them for all kind of powerpoint reviews/learning activities.

    :) Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  21. I also follow "Me and My Gang" blog.

    :) Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  22. #1 Oh wow! Those are so cool. I've never seen them before.
    Okay ... i watched all three videos.

    • ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful

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  23. #2 I just joined both your websites. (I've been a secret lurker for a while now :))

    ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful

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  24. #3 I would use one of those in my spelling centres where the kids could record and write the weekly list of family words.
    Thanks for sharing this!!!

    ❀Barbara❀
    Grade ONEderful

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  25. I followed blogs and I would have partner record 5 spelling words then have them write it out on frame with partner checking spelling. Then switch and record 5 different words.

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  26. GFC follower of The Schroeder Gang and Me and My Gang!
    alklongAThotmailDOTcom

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  27. I would record a short story and then draw a picture of it!
    alklongAThotmailDOTcom

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  28. I watched all three videos and loved that they were practicing their site words

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  29. I would use them for tutoring with the students who struggle with letter sounds and definetly for site word practice

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  30. I would definitely use this with my math workshop groups!
    Tessa
    Spotlight on Kindergarten

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  31. I watched all three videos! :)

    ✿Brittney

    Teach.Pray.Love

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  32. I follow both blogs! :)

    ✿Brittney

    Teach.Pray.Love

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  33. I would love to use these to record what is happening during Reading and Writing workshop! :)

    ✿Brittney

    Teach.Pray.Love

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