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Sunday, August 11, 2013

an extremely easy guess who

Here's another one! Now, since this one should be super easy for you, I'm going to make you work for it (I am a teacher, aren't I?!).  Oh, stop grumbling already...it's easy! Comment with your answer AND one fact about Juneau, Alaska to win! See, not too hard :) I will choose a winner Monday night (Alaska time though!).  Scroll down to the Rafflecopter at the end of the post to enter. Good luck!
**Giveaway Closed**
And I just bought a 24 pack of play-doh for the first day of school...so I had to make something to go with it! I plan on using it for the first day, putting one in my Sub Binder, and maybe as a writing activity when we learn about adjectives later on.  I also think this would be cute for a staff presentation while people are waiting sort of thing/ice breaker activity, too.

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  1. It's Amy Lemons and her adorable daughter Joelle! Juneau is the capital city of Alaska!

    rachelmd93@gmail.com

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  2. Amy Lemons! And that cutie Joelle! :) Juneau is the 2nd largest city in the United States by area. These minis are way too cute!

    teachinginhighheels(at)gmail(dot)com

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  3. It's Amy Lemons! Juneau is the "Gateway to the Glaciers". :)

    ~Wendy
    sdwd727@gmail.com

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  4. Well, I am honored if that's me! Joelle LOVES it!

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  5. It looks just like Amy Lemons and her adorable daughter, Joelle. Juneau has summer temps that canbe warmer than the Midwest temps, 80s, while we were in the 70s.

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  6. You are so talented!!! My guess is Amy Lemons & my fact is Juneau is located in the panhandle of Alaska.

    tokyoshoes at hotmail dot com

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  7. Mrs. Lemons, and my fact is that Juneau is hard to spell. No..wait..that's not technically a fact. Okay, Juneau is the capital of Alaska, and when you go there as a tourist, you can see mushers working with their adorable sled dogs!!
    kganon@sanjuan.edu

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  8. Love your mini's! And my guess is the fabulous Amy Lemons and her adorable daughter. Don't know too many facts about Juneau so I'll state the obvious...it's an Alaskan city!

    Brandi
    Success in Second Grade
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  9. AMY Lemons! Juneau is in...ALASKA! Cruise ships go there...Wendy 1stgradefireworks@gmail.com 1stgradefireworks

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  10. It's Mrs. Lemons! And, I know that Juneau is home to the Mendenhall Glacier. I was there is June with my family! Loved it!

    Kristen

    Socalteacherstuff@gmail.com

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  11. Amy Lemons from Step Into 2nd Grade with Mrs. Lemons. Fact: The Juneau-Douglas High School also has a program with KTOO, airing one hour a week during the school year, produced entirely by students.

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  12. It's Amy Lemons and her cutie-pie daughter Joelle! I don't know many remaining facts about the city of Juneau, BUT it does have the month of June spelled in the word ; ) HA !

    Lindsey - lmburto@gmail.com

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  13. Mrs. Lemons and her cute daughter Joelle! I learned this fact from my 4th grade or 5th grade teacher. "Juneau" (do you know real fast!) the capital of Alaska is Juneau? Hey that fact came in handy!

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  14. I love that you added Joelle! Amy's family is so sweet! I know that people often travel to Juneau hoping to see the Aurora Borealis and I will admit that is ALL i know!

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  15. Amy Lemons! What a cute idea. Super creative. And fun!!
    KaSandra
    MemoriesMadeinFirst

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  16. Mrs. Lemons and daughter. Amazing fact about Juneau-The longest day in Juneau is June 21st,: the sun rises at 3:51 a.m. and sets at 10:07p.m.

    doraalvarezroa8261993@embarqmail.com

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