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June/July SLANTbox reveal

What a fun month of SLANTboxes!  The theme this month was Sunshine and the idea was to fill a box of stuff that is related to the sun, summer, or smiles really!

This month I was paired with the newly engaged Lindsey from Thriving in Third to send to and Alissa Straus from Fun In Fifth to receive from.  Both women were super.  I got to know Lindsey EXTRA well when she redesigned this awesome blog!  

So here it is with the reveals!

I had to run a TON of errands yesterday that included dropping the dog out off at the vet for his comprehensive (he is all good y'all), going to the Good-Will, Tuesday Morning, and Jo-Ann Fabrics.  When we got home this was sitting on my porch!  YAY! 



Alissa did a great job of decorating the outside to make me excited about opening it (like I wasn't already excited. 



So, Alissa posted this on IG but I am posting it now too...I love the fact that you have to "unwrap it"  I did not do that with Lindsey's this month...oops. 


Take the bubbles off and this is what I found!


Her hand made card is sooooooooo stinking cute.   You need to put this in the next box!  My little cousins go to VT so it was a cute card to get.


And here are my goodies.  So many fun things.  Lots of pencils for my students to win, a super cute little stripped notebook that Alissa put an anchor on with her silhouette!  GLITTER! <---seriously who does not love glitter! glowsticks, notecards post-it notes, two sheets of yellow vinyl for MY NEW silhouette!


But on to my favorites:
The cute little custom cup!  She used her Silhouette machine to put an anchor on this and also Miss. Ivey!


These great little Punch Cards for having Great Math Skills.  I think I am going to use them with some of my lowest students to help with motivation.  I am really going to try and differentiate this year.  If I have students who can not add multi-digit numbers, why am I asking them to MULTIPLY multi-digit numbers.  I think something like this with a big reward for making SERIOUS growth would be beneficial to both them and me as a teacher!


Here is a close up of the cute little notebook!



AND THE BEST!  SKITTLES!  Taste the rainbow y'all!



Can't wait to see what you got.  Link up below!  REMEMBER if you are a blogger it is part of the requirements that you blog about it.  Please make your link to the post where you blogged about it!

Cheers,

Comments

  1. Oh my gosh I love the anchor decal everywhere :) Can't wait to post about mine, coming ASAP, promise :)

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  2. I love participating in the Slant Box exchange. I am working on my post now. Thanks for organizing the exchange!
    Mechele
    Barrow's Hodgepodge

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  3. I've thoroughly enjoyed participating in the May and June/July SLANT Box Exchanges! I am so SAD to have missed the deadline for the August one, but will try to register in time to be included in the September one! I also signed up for the Chicago Meet-Up group this morning on Facebook!! Thanks for all you do!
    ~Jennifer
    Stories and Songs in Second

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  4. I had so much fun participating in my first SLANT Box! Can't wait to link up again! Thank you so much for hosting this. You are fabulous!

    Tasha Emmerson
    Confessions of a Tiny Teacher

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  5. I kept seeing post on IG about SLANT boxes and was really confused…I totally want to get in for September! Awesome-sauce! Thanks for this Jameson!
    *Kate*
    Windows Into My Classroom

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