Monday, August 29, 2016

GIVEAWAY: A set of 8 Reading Tubs from Elizabeth Richards School Supplies!

In May I had a giveaway for a fantastic set of Elizabeth Richards School Supplies Reading Tubs. There is one last giveaway to end out the summer! These functional Reading Tubs are an awesome organizational tool to add into your classroom.

blogged about how in love I am with these Elizabeth Richards School Supplies Reading Tubs! These boxes are durable, colorful, and a great deal. I am using these Reading Tubs in my classroom this upcoming school year for style and functionality.

Elizabeth Richards School Supplies is a company that is new in the US school market, but have been designing and creating products for Australian schools for over 30 years! As a classroom product junkie, I was stoked to get to try out some of their products!

These Reading Tubs are perfect for organizing lessons/assessments/worksheets for the week, holding your students' personal books, displaying read alouds for the week, holding your guided reading books, storing manipulatives, or organizing the books for your classroom library! Functional and cute- does it get any better?!


I am raffling off TWO sets total of these fantastic Reading Tubs. Each set contains eight bins. You will receive one of each color (red, green, yellow, blue, orange, purple, royal blue, and pink!).



PROMO CODES
Elizabeth Richards School Supplies provided me with an exclusive promotion code to save you money! Use the code glitter10 to receive a 10% discount of any purchase, valid until September 30, 2016. Simply enter the code in the discount area to check out!


THE RAFFLE


TO ENTER
Want to win a set of your own? To enter, there are a few choices! You can "like" Glitter in Third on Facebook, follow Glitter in Third on Teachers Pay Teachers, follow Glitter in Third on Pinterest, and/or just shout out how you would use these awesome Reading Tubs in your home or classroom in the comments section of this post. You can enter up to four times.

Feel free to email me at GlitterInThird@gmail.com if you have questions concerning how to enter :-)


THE RULES
Enter using Rafflecopter below. You can enter up to four times by either commenting, liking my Facebook page, following Glitter in Third on Pinterest, following Glitter in Third on Teachers Pay Teachers, or leaving a blog comment!

Winners will be announced here on September 12th! (Winners will also be contacted by email.)


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Good luck! Thank you to Elizabeth Richards School Supplies for providing me with these Reading Tubs to raffle off and share with my readers!

71 comments:

  1. I have a perfect spot for them in my classroom! They would be perfect as guided reading tubs.

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  2. Those tubs would be perfect to get my library in order. Currently is a mixed up bunch of tubs, some that work well and others that don't. It would be nice to have consistency! And the colors would go great with my room which is a big bonus!
    Kayla Root
    The Chalkboard Garden

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  3. I would use them to organize my themed story time books, and matching activities. They look awesome!

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  4. I would use them to organize my themed story time books, and matching activities. They look awesome!

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  5. I would use these in my guided reading sessions. I absolutely love them.

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  6. I would use these beautiful tubs to organize all of my reading and math groups. I am a Special Education teacher.

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  7. I am a student teacher right now looking to work on expanding my future classroom materials and organization! I would definitely use these to help organize my reading groups with the kiddos!

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  8. I would use some of these bins to organize my guided reading books, and the rest for my series books in my classroom library.

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  9. I would use these for my small group instruction materials! Thanks for the giveaway :)

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  10. I would use these to organize my reading street leveled books!! Right now I'm using the small organizer bins from ikea to store my papers/words for each week and I haven't even added the books in yet!

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  11. Guided reading organization! This would be amazing!

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  12. These would be great to organize my novels/books for my small reading groups!

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  13. I really need help with organizing my reading groups. These would be phenomenal. I can already visualize all the options. They might just make me a better teacher! :)

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  14. Last year I invested in tons of chapter books for my reading groups. These would be perfect for organizing the multiple copy sets! I love the bright colors!!

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  15. I would use the tubs for guided reading and organizing reading supplies and other books.

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  16. I would use to organize my classroom library by reading level for FVR in my Spanish classes. They would be perfect!

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  17. I recently went to a conference that had a session on classroom libraries. I would use these tubs to help me reorganize my classroom library to better serve my students.

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  18. These would be awesome to organize my classroom library with! Then my students and I would always be able to find the books we're looking for.

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  19. What a cool way to organize reading groups. Thank you for sharing a new teaching resource company!

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  20. This would be a neat way of doing literature circles in middle school :)

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  21. This would be a neat way of doing literature circles in middle school :)

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  22. I would be so organized with my papers and reading area,

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  23. I would finally organize my library and make it look pretty after using hand-me-down bins for years!!!

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  24. I would use them to organize my guided reading books!

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  25. These would be perfect to organize my guided reading books for my small group instruction. My groups are color coordinated and these are my colors!!!!

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  26. These tubs would be perfect to create themed tubs around interests and content area themes.

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  27. This is exactly what I need to organize my class library and guided reading books! Here's to hoping I'm lucky enough to win them!

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  28. Just what I need for organizing my guided reading. Thank you for this opportunity.

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  29. I would use these to help with my small group instruction! I could organize all tubs by their levels and just pull based on assigned color. :)

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  30. I would use these tubs to organize my library and for book studies. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  31. I would use these bins to help organize chapter books and some daily 5 centers!!

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  32. I love these tubs. I would use them in our book room to organize small reading group or class sets of books with the resources the school owns for each set of books.

    - Erin Decker / Miss Decker Designs

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  33. These would be awesome to have to help organize my library. My kids are digging through trying to find their levels.

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  34. I would use these bins to organize reading working materials and guided reading small group materials.

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  35. I would use these bins to organize my guided reading group materials and workstation activities.

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  36. These would be so wonderful to help me get (and stay) organized with my small reading groups. I'm struggling this year to keep it the materials in one place.

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  37. I would use them to organize sets of books for novel studies/book clubs.

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  38. These would be perfect for organizing my books by theme and for allowing easy access for me and the kiddos! Love these!

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  39. I have been looking for something like these for the longest to put books in for groups. I like the idea of the books being sideways so the bins aren't top-heavy making the books fall out easily. I will definitely be going to the website to check out the selection. Thanks for the information and the promo code.

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  40. So many uses for these sensational tubs...guided reading groups, literacy centers, classroom library organization, etc! I would love to have a set. I can't wait! ����

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  41. I teach 7th and 8th grade ELA and Math Intervention. So, these tubs would be perfect for holding my various small group novel sets and the activities that go with them. I like to allow my students a choice selection of novels (3 to 4 different titles) that are over the same topic to read in small groups/literature circles.

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  43. I spend almost as much money on books, as I do on TPT! I definitely need more book bins!

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  44. I need this to level books in my classroom, these would be so helpful.

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  45. I would use them for school supplies

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  46. We just got a new reading series and I have no idea what to do with all the books. This woud be a great help!

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  47. I could use these tubs to help me organize my guided reading centers! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  48. Teach special education students with behavior difficulties. I have 5 students in 4 grade levels. I would use the tubs to organize reading and writing lessons for each student. I am always trying to find a better way to organize myself.

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  49. I would love to use these to organize my library. Right now it's just a bunch of books on a shelf, but these would really help!

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  50. I would love these tubs. They would be perfect for storing my center materials.

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  51. I would use some of these tubs for guided reading and some to organize my library!

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  52. I would like to use these tubs to organize my materials for guided reading and guided math groups.

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  53. I would love to use these to organize all of my read-alouds for reading, writing, and math!! They would be perfect!

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  54. I would love to use these bins to get organized for guided math and reading groups!! They seem perfect to hold everything that I might need!

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  55. I would love these to organize guided reading materials!

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  56. I would use them for small group literature circles.

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  57. Use to organize guided reading materials.

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  58. As a first year teacher starting Reading Rotation as a grade level, these bins would be so helpful in organizing groups!

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  59. I have some of these and would love some additional bins to organized by guided reading materials .

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  60. I so would use these to organize my center supplies!

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  61. I see these as being perfect to organize my small groups for Reading

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  62. These would be perfect for our literature circles. All the materials the students need neatly organized in one place. No more clutter in our classroom library. :)

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  63. I would use them for my school library. I need baskets to separate out books for reading levels and genres. This would be awesome!

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  64. I would use them in my guided reading groups to keep each groups materials organized

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  65. I would use them to help organize my classroom library.

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  66. I would use them to organize small group materials.

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  67. I would use these tubs to help with my centers.

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