I am raffling off one set of 40 book boxes, in your choice of Primary or Fun colors! The Primary set includes 40 book bins in red, yellow, green, and blue, while the Fun color set includes 40 book bins in neon green, light blue, purple, and orange. A set of 40 book boxes at Steps to Literacy are worth $119.96!

I LOVE these book boxes. I use the green and blue ones in my classroom. Check out my previous post to see different ideas to use!

**HOW TO ENTER**

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**THE RULES**

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Winners will be announced here on July 3rd! Winners will also be contacted by email and announced on Facebook and Instagram.

Good luck, teachers!

I will be beginning my first year teaching in 3rd grade in August. I would use these book bins for student use and storage!

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ReplyDeleteI would use these book boxes in the classroom library to house books by genre, topic, interest, and level.

Many thanks for this opportunity,

Kim H.

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ReplyDeleteI would use these bins to revamp my classroom library! I teach third grade and always start the year with a range of readers (K-5+ reading level) so I love having an easy access library where all my students can find a “just right” book!

ReplyDeleteWould love for my new kindergarten classroom!

ReplyDeleteI would use some for my students book bins. The 9thers I would use in my classroom Library to reorganize my book baskets

ReplyDeleteSuzzanne Horton

These would be perfect as my students' personal book boxes for their desks.

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ReplyDeleteThese would be such a blessing! I would use them in my classroom library as my current library tubs have been dropped and busted open so many times that they need replaced. Replacing is so pricey! Thank you so much for the opportunity to win!

Tiffany Henning

I would use the bind to create my classroom library. I’m moving from fourth to first and have to start over with lower level books.

ReplyDeleteI would use these to revamp my classroom library to make it more accessible for my students!

ReplyDeleteI would use the bins to store more books for my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteRevamping and leveling my classroom library this summer! These would be an amazing addition! ❤️❤️

ReplyDeleteI would use these in my classroom library! I need more bins because my classroom has grown so much this year!

ReplyDeleteI am moving from ELL to a classroom next year and would love to have these as an addition to my new room!

ReplyDeleteI would love these for our school library - especially the ones in the Fun Colors. It would be nice to have these on the tables and then fill them with themed sets each week. Thanks for the opportunity!

ReplyDeleteI will use them to store, class library books, guided reading books, journals, and other necessary items in my classroom. Thanks so much for chance to win. I always get so many great ideas from your blog.

ReplyDeleteI would give each kiddo a book bin to use during Reading Workshop. It would hold their books (fiction and at least one nonfiction book), Readers' Response Journal, and their Interactive Reading Notebook. Love the Fun Colors!

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ReplyDeleteI would use this bins for each student to keep their Just Right Books in! The Fun Colors are absolutely perfect for intermediate grades, and having these bins would really help my kiddos keep their books in good condition and in a safe space! Plus they’re plastic, and can be reused each year! Thanks for this chance to enter/win!

What a fantastic give away! I love the fun colors! I’d love these to organize my library so my kids can access books easily (and hopefully put them away).

ReplyDeleteFor my second year teaching my main goal this year is to get my library in tip top shape! This book bins are so awesome and add something so fun to a class library. I know my sweet kinders would love using these!!

ReplyDeleteI would use the boxes in student cubbies as their book boxes (I teach 3rd) and also to expand my classroom library!

ReplyDeleteI would use these boxes to create book boxes for my third graders or help organize my classroom library. The possibilities are endless.

ReplyDeleteI would love to use these for individual student boxes to help with student organization!

ReplyDeleteI would organize books by subject and student.

ReplyDeleteI would love to use these bins to organize my first grade library by level AND genre so my kids can easily find books that they will love!

ReplyDeleteBook bins! My kiddos have been less than kind to my current book bins and they are in need of replacing!

ReplyDeleteI would use them for groups, individual reading bins, and for all of my reading books so that they will finally be organized.

ReplyDeleteI love this!!! I need to get my room organized! This would help me separate my read alouds by theme or month!

ReplyDeleteI'm a first year third grade teacher and will be doing readers workshop with my kiddos! These would be PERFECT for their individual book bins! I'm looking at 30+ kids for the 2018-2019 school year so having 40 would be a dream come true!

ReplyDeleteI would love to use these book bins to organize my library!

ReplyDeleteThese beauties would make my library pop with color, not to mention help me organize #allthebooks. 😍

ReplyDeleteI would use them for my student's book boxes!

ReplyDeleteThese are amazing! I would use them in my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI love the fun colors!

ReplyDeleteI would love to use them as student book boxes and then for the books that go with whichever topic we are working on.

ReplyDeleteWe need new book boxes so badly! Ours are fun and colorful, but 4 years of use has left them battered and duck-taped ��

ReplyDeleteI would use these to organize my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI am going into my third year of teaching, and will be teaching fifth grade ELA. I am so excited, because ELA is my passion! I would definitely use these book bins to help organize my classroom library. My library is a work in progress, but one of my goals is to provide my students with access to books that are relatable to their lives and that are engaging! I know students need daily access, so while our school media center is great, students just do not have enough access to it. I want to spark a love for reading among all of my students, so having “just right” books for them that they are actually interested in is my goal. My students mostly come from families with a low socioeconomic status, thus, it is critical for me to reach all learners to show them that we can ALL be readers and lovers of literature!

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ReplyDeleteI would use these for individual book bins for independent work task for my students. They work hard on a daily basis learning life skills and independence.

ReplyDeleteI would use these in my classroom library to sort my AR books!

ReplyDeleteI'm moving to a new school and having to leave my book boxes behind! I have spent over a S1,000 this year on school supplies, books, and food for my kiddos. (Shhh, don't tell my husband) So any help would be appreciated!

ReplyDeleteThese would be great for my classroom. I love how bright and colorful they are. Beyond book boxes, they would be great for organizing my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI would use these bins for reading and writing workshop or use the bins for each child for book work storage and also for supplies. :)

ReplyDeleteI am looking to change up my classroom library to do a lot of ELA cross curriculum and PBL around The Magic Tree House Series! New organization after seven years of broken baskets would be AMAZING!!

ReplyDeleteUsing flexible seating in my room, so these would be fabulous to put all of their things in!!

ReplyDeleteI would love to use these for organizing my guided reading materials.

ReplyDeleteI would love more book bond for my library. I think I'd like to use this size bin to organize guided research materials and steam challenges in my library.

ReplyDeleteI would love to have these to use for the new classroom library I just got a grant for. These would really help me organize them.

ReplyDeleteI would love these to use as individual student book boxes to store their library books and reading response journals.

ReplyDeleteI would use the bins for a place for students to place theor things while we do flexible seating next year. I love the fun colors.

ReplyDeleteI’d love to use these as book boxes for my third grade class. This is my first year, moving up from kinder.

ReplyDeleteI would like to redorganize my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI'm moving to a new school this year and I would love to have these to start the year off right!

ReplyDeleteI would use these for individual book bins! We use ziplock bags now but these would be so much better!

ReplyDeleteI would use these for books and journals for each student. These are fantastic!

ReplyDeleteHi! I just landed my first teaching job in third grade as the reading and writing teacher. As a reading teacher I would use the book bins for reading groups and leveled literacy in my classroom like library! I think these would be a great asset in my room ❤️

ReplyDeleteHi! I could definitely use these book bins to organize my classroom library! My goal this summer is to organize my library by genre, interest, and levels! These book bins would make that “organization” just that much easier

ReplyDeleteI need these for book boxes. Paper boxes just don't cut ut. And....these are so colorful! ❤️💙💚💛🧡💜

ReplyDeleteI would use these to help with organizing my classroom library. I’m planning on pushing AR more this year than I have in the past so I want good organization

ReplyDeleteI would use these to reorganize my classroom library which is in desperate need of help

ReplyDeleteI would be able to finish up organizing the insane amount of books I currently have. I would actually be able to put them in unit order. :)

ReplyDeleteI would use these to change out some broken bins I have & give each student their own book bin inside of a book bag ��

ReplyDelete*instead of a book bag!

DeleteI have a daycare and use these to organize my books. I would also be able to give my kids their own supplies for journaling. Thanks!

ReplyDeleteI would use these to help my students organize and protect the books their reading. They would place their books in these and then these in their cubbies and these could travel around the room for them. The extra ones would be used in the my library.

ReplyDeleteThis will be my second year teaching middle school MID ELA/SS. These bins would help me organize my library and help the children more easily access books on their level!

ReplyDeleteThese book bins would be the perfect storage for my desk-free classroom next year! I am taking a leap and removing traditional desks from my 5th grade classroom. I will be replacing the desks with tables so we will need storage! Thanks!

ReplyDeleteWould love to win! Just moved to 4th grade teaching all subjects from 3rd grade math and we have to have bookbins for our independent reading time for each student. Our money only goes so far!

ReplyDeleteThese would be a great way to help as we are departmentzalizing this year and I need double everything now :) love the fun colors and possibilities to organize

ReplyDeleteI teach PK and I would use these bins to hold library books for the students to take anywhere in the classroom to read/look at.

ReplyDeleteI would use these for guided reading groups as well as partners. Also for their group notebooks.

ReplyDeleteI would use it to organize my picture books in my classroom library for my students.

ReplyDeleteI would use these to organize my classroom library books and my Read Alouds!!

ReplyDeleteI would use these for individual student book bins and organizing my read alouds!

ReplyDeleteI would use the book boxes to give each student a place to store their books. I would use the remaining to organize my classroom library by genre/level.

ReplyDeleteI would use them for the students' reading baskets as well as to organize my theme books

ReplyDeleteWhat an amazing giveaway!!! I would use them for students to store their interactive notebooks and folders!

ReplyDeleteI currently have a Donors Choose for a set ofbook boxes. We are shifting to guided reading next year and I desperately need book boxes to organize my books in the various ways necessary.

ReplyDeleteI would use them in the cubbies and hold their phonics book, journal and notebook.

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ReplyDeleteGood luck

ReplyDeleteThis would be a great addition to my classroom.

ReplyDeleteThis is just what my students need!

ReplyDeleteLooking for ways to organize my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI use these for personal student book boxes but would love them to also organize my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI would use them for my personal classroom room library

ReplyDeleteI would all each student to use one to keep their library, guided reading and whole group reading books in. It would be their reading tub!

ReplyDeleteI would love these bins! I would use them to organize supplies and books. If I have any left I would share with my fellow teachers! ��

ReplyDeleteAs a new teacher, I would love to use these bins in my library or for students’ individual book bins!

ReplyDeleteI would use these bins to organoze my classroom library by reading level.

ReplyDeleteThese bins are great for book stoage and to store weekly materials. Could always use more, but $$$ is always a factor.

ReplyDeleteOMG, these would be a life saver since many of mine need to be replaced this year. And would love to have individual book bins for my class but never had enough bins to do so. Winning these would replace the broken ones and still leave me enough for individual bins!

ReplyDeleteI’m a first year teacher in kindergarten!!! I value any rescourse I can use!! I would use them in my library and for students to use as their book boxes during Daily 5!

ReplyDeleteAs a Kinder teacher, I love providing my kiddos with ways to excite them about reading! Book boxes help me personalize this!

ReplyDeleteI would love to have these to help me level my classroom library. I have actually been looking into buying these and this would help out tremendously!

ReplyDeleteI love these and so would my students. This would be a great way to organize my students books.

ReplyDeleteI would love to use these to replace the cardboard magazine boxes I currently use. It helps my kids keep their books together at their tables!

ReplyDeleteI would use these to organize my books and materials for my Guided Reading and Guided Math groups!

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ReplyDeleteThis is my second year teaching in school with students living in poverty. A lot of material was giving to me that has been passed on from teacher to teacher and is very old looking. I would use the bins to update my classroom as well as better sort the books i do have.

ReplyDeleteThese would be great to separate my unit studies books into sections and then they can easily be moved around.

ReplyDeleteI need these to organize my classroom library. I’ll be teaching reading again for the first time in 10 years!

ReplyDeleteWould love to use these in my kinder classroom for our library!

ReplyDeleteI am a first year teacher in kindergarten and would love to use these book bins to organize my classroom library for my students!

ReplyDeleteI am in desperate need of organization for my classroom read alouds. I was just getting ideas on how to do so, and I saw these and thought they would be perfect to organize by theme/unit.

ReplyDeleteI am moving to 4tg grade and these would be amazing to have to individualize reading bins for each kid.

ReplyDeleteHow wonderful of you too gift a set of these! I recently made a two hour move with my family to a new city and school last year. Finally getting settled in. We have a new curriculum next year and a new teammate! These would be fabulous to share and use between our portables for reading groups, assessment and math bins!! Plus save space with fifth graders and portables!! PS I loved teaching third for 6 years! Can’t wait to again! Happy summer!

ReplyDeleteI would definitely use some in the classroom and there would be plenty more to give one to each student to start their own library. Maybe let them decorate them as well.

ReplyDeleteThanks for a chance to win :)

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ReplyDeleteI would love to win these boxes for all the books in my classroom! I have the tiniest room in the school so any organization help I can get is always appreciated!

ReplyDeleteThese would be awesome! I am starting Reading Workshop next year. We had training this summer, and I have been shopping around for bins for all the new books we are getting. They are expensive. So excited to start out new program. Thanks for the chance to win!

ReplyDeleteI would love to win these in the fun colors! I am teaching dual immersion this year and will have two classes that rotate every other day. They need a place to store their books and materials while I am teaching the other class.

ReplyDeleteThese bins would be a life saver. I would use these for student to place their books and materials for reading groups.

ReplyDeleteI want to use these to fix up my classroom library...it really needs an upgrade

ReplyDeleteThese book bins would be awesome for Student storage. At my school the desks they bought have metal bars on the bottom that causes everything to fall out of them. This would allow the students a chance to be organized and keep all of their materials in one place.

ReplyDeleteI need to update my classroom library baskets with bright colors. These would be great!

ReplyDeleteI would LOVE to update my classroom library! Or organizing their math/literacy centers...or organizing student materials...so many possibilities!

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ReplyDeleteI am moving into what was previously the staff room which is completely empty! I am also moving down to third grade from fourth. These book boxes would really help create an organized classroom library. I believe third grade is an important leap from being told what to read to choosing books to love. I can't wait to watch the third graders I teach love to read!

ReplyDeleteI would use them for students’ independent books! I have cheap dollar store ones right now, but they are CONSTANTLY breaking. I would love something more sturdy, like these :)

ReplyDeleteI use book boxes in the bottom of my students' cubbies to store books they are reading. My boxes are starting to show wear and tear so these would be a perfect replacement.

ReplyDeleteI would use these for student book boxes!

ReplyDeleteI have a few of these but would love to have more to finish my classroom library organization, they are great bins, have held up very well for me :)

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ReplyDeleteExtra storage and so library books don't magically walk off

ReplyDeleteAwesome giveaway! I would love these beautiful bins for my new classroom!

ReplyDeleteI would use these for book bins for Daily Five!!

DeleteWould love to have them to use with my kids Personalized Learning activities! I’d also use them for my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteI would make personalized book boxes for each of my kids with books and activities for when they’re “done, now what?”

ReplyDeleteI will use them as individual book boxes for my Kindergarten students to shop for books in my classroom library (at their reading level and/or interest).

ReplyDeleteI’m going in to a regular class for the first time this year and will be teaching 1st grade. These book boxes would be great for my new classroom.

ReplyDeleteI have been wanting to organize my classroom library and these book boxes would definitely help! Whether it’s by book levels or genre, it would definitely help make book shopping easier for my students!

ReplyDeleteI would use these a student book bins and classroom library organization. Anything to keep my Kinders organized!

ReplyDeleteI’m at a Title I school, and resources are scarce! I just had to throw away the student book bins we’ve been using, because they were so old the plastic was shattering. I would love to replace these, and use the rest to organize our classroom library!

ReplyDeleteHi I'm the reading coach at my campus and I want to create a reading nook where kids can come and enjoy books anytime of the day. I want to furnish it with pillows, bean bag chairs, and rugs. I want to create a safe, inviting atmosphere where students can explore and enjoy books.

ReplyDeleteI would love these bins for my new classroom, which will be a sports theme!!! They will help keep my leveled readers in the right spot and organized so the kids can easily see where books are at their level!!!

ReplyDeleteI would love to get these bins! I am going to a new school and these would be helpful in organizing my classroom library.

ReplyDeleteWhat an awesome giveaway. I am departmentalizing this year. These book boxes would help my students stay organized as they travel between classes.

ReplyDeleteI am redoing my way of teaching reading and writing. These will become my student's book boxes that they use for reading workshop. I'm really excited for this new journey with my students and having the tools I need will ultimately set us up for success!

ReplyDeleteI am a new teacher, so most of these book boxes would become my students' literacy boxes! I teach third grade too. The extras would be for our library our our reading workshop centers.

ReplyDeleteI am going into my fifth year teaching and I have yet to figure out a way for my students to have their books organized. I am departmentalized and will have 3 reading classes. This would help to make sure that they had their own space to keep their book choices!

ReplyDeleteI’m starting my first year teaching middle school Sped and I would love to use them to store all my students resources for English.

ReplyDeleteI teach middle school math! I would use these to help separate notebooks by groups. I would also use these for my digital corner to helps

ReplyDeleteIt’s sorting chrome books! So many uses!

I plan to revamp my classroom library with bins that are all the same!

ReplyDeleteI would use these to redo my classroom library! It's a hot mess right now and could use the upgrade!

ReplyDeleteI would use these for my students to have their own individual book boxes with leveled books, as well as pleasure reading for silent reading time.

ReplyDeleteI've been wanting to re-do my classroom library... these would be awesome!

ReplyDeleteThis will be my first year teaching Kindergarten and I have been hunting for all kinds of goodies for our classroom (book boxes being at the top of the list)! These would be perfect for our personal book boxes, as well as our classroom library. The kiddos and I would love the fun pop of color in the room too!

ReplyDeleteI am a first year teacher and in need of a lot of storage supplies. I am teaching 3rd grade ELA and these bins would be perfect to set up classroom library and guided reading books. I am sure I would find many different uses for them over the years as well. Thank you for being so kind!

ReplyDeleteI would love to use the fun colored book bins for student supplies. We have tables for kindergarten, so students need a place for math textbooks and other classroom essentials.

ReplyDeleteI would love to have these bins. I all several of my book baskets give up this year and I so want a colorful library area.

ReplyDeleteI would use these in my classroom library and to hold my guided reading book sets!

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