Put Your STAMP On The New Year! {Giveaway}

There's just something about kicking off a new school year with new goodies!  Whether it's a new planner, new desk accessories, or new stamps...they just make a teacher's heart go pitter patter.
That's exactly how I felt when I opened my new package from
I mean, new goodies that are also going to save me time and help to simplify my life this year?  Yes, please!  Here's a peek at my new goodies I got from RubberStamps.Com...read on for how I will use them as time-savers in my classroom AND for a chance to win your own customized stamp!

Every summer...heck, every week, it seems that I buy new books for my classroom.  Usually they get set aside until I have time to label them with my name.  I'm constantly letting other teachers borrow books and know that it can be hard to remember who you borrowed them from sometimes, so labeling books is essential for teachers in my opinion.  Now, it's super easy!  So easy, I could give the task to a student even!


Speaking of students, I love to give that extra little "HOORAY" to my students for doing an exceptional job on assignments.  Do you know what they love?  When the notes are personal.  They LOVE when it includes the teacher's name - they love to know YOU are proud of them.  These personalized stamps are the perfect way to give them that personal touch, while saving the super busy teacher a little time along the way.


While we're talking about encouragement, students are all too savvy about current trends and this includes social media!  How much will they LOVE this Facebook inspired "like" stamp?  In my classroom, we use the app Seesaw so students are already familiar with "liking" work.  This stamp is perfect for those quick checks, like interactive notebooks.



This year, I have a student teacher in my classroom.  I thought a personalized stamp for her would be perfect!  This will let students and parents know when she is checking work.


Sometimes, things aren't all unicorns and rainbows though.  This final stamp was a "must-have" for me.  It's so versatile and I can use it for a variety of reasons.  Just stamp and mark.  On this particular paper, I want the student to correct the work and return it back to school for partial credit.  A system like this lets parents know what to be on the lookout for on graded work.


I'm so pleased with the quality of my new self-inking rubber stamps and thought you might like to give one a try, too!  So, I'm teaming up with RubberStamps for a little giveaway.  I'll be selecting THREE winners who will each get to select their own customized stamp. 


Enter below.  Good luck!  The winners will be announced on Wednesday, August 31.

View the entire Teacher Selection of stamps here!

Which is your favorite?  You have 5 ways to enter this giveaway below.  Enter as many times as you'd like!



75 comments

  1. I would definitely use the excellent job with the #1 ribbon on my 7th grade math papers!

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  2. Great giveaway!!!! Hope you have a wonderful
    school year!

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  3. Great giveaway!!!! Hope you have a wonderful
    school year!

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  4. I love the "like this 👍 " stamp! These are great!

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  5. I love them all! But I need a library book stamp!

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  6. I'd love the check off one, needs to show work etc.

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  7. I would definitely use the "Mrs. Rowland says excellent job!" the most but they're all so cute and a great time saver! I love a good stamp :)

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  8. I would use l, "Mrs. Moratti says excellent work!" ALL the time - my second graders would absolutely love getting their work stamped. :-)

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  9. I would love the Miss Painters like this. All of them are amazing though! I want them all :)

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  10. I like the "Teacher Likes This" stamp!

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  11. Love you love your stamp collection. Thanks for all the great ideas on your Instagram and blog.

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  12. Definitely can use the library stamp!

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  13. Definitely can use the library stamp!

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  14. The "excellent" stamp looks great. Thanks!

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  15. I love the one where you can check the box next to what needs done. This would be so helpful! Thanks for offering a giveaway! Also really like the thumbs up stamp for your student teacher. That was very thoughtful of you.

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  16. I love them all, but I think I would use the awesome job stamp the most.

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  17. I can't choose just one, but if I have to ;)...I would choose "Miss Harrison Says Excellent Job!" The kids love being praised and recognized for their hard work and this adds the perfect, personalized touch. Love it and need it!!

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  18. I love the 👍🏻 stamp! Great giveaway for back to school:)

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  19. The multi-choice stamp is the one I'd use the most. How many times have we all written those phrases?!? ✏📚

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  20. Oh my gosh I have to pick just one?! Well the awesome job stamp would be great or grading papers or the this book belongs to stamp because I'm continually buy books for my growing library! ��

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  21. I love the stamps with options to check!

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  23. I would definitely use the check-off one all the time! It would save me so much time with writing what I needed them to do on their papers.

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  24. I love these! I can't decide if I like the Well Done or the Teacher Correction one better. If I win one, I think I'll just buy the other! Fingers crossed!

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  25. The teacher correction stamp would be very useful!

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  26. All of them would be very useful, but I'd have to choose the "Excellent" stamp! Thanks for a great idea!

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  27. The stamp with the choices on it would be the one for me. I have arthritis and constantly having to hand write things really gets my hand in a bind! How wonderful that they are so personalized and with so many options! I love reading your blog and am always amazed at your creativity. I am NOT the creative type, but I will try things that others have done. Thank you so much for your inspiration on so many ideas!

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  28. Hello, I belong to. These stamps are great!

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  29. Would love the multi-choice stamp - would be great for rubrics!

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  30. I can't decided between the stamp with the name for library books, or the multi-choice stamp. I need to flip a coin!

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  31. The stamp with multiple choice would be great! Thanks for the chance to win!

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  32. I have a thousand ideas! Stamps would for sure cut down on the amount I have to write everyday!

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  33. I am a science coach and rubber stamps would be great to use as I travel from teacher to teacher and help support them. I can also use them for students as I travel from room to room and 'pat them on the back' for a job well done from the science coach.
    Thanks for posting great use ideas and hosting this contest.
    Have a great year!
    Tricia Gomes
    tricia.gomes@palmbeachschools.org

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  34. Miss Miller's book would be a great stamp to have . Mine from Office Depot has disappeared .

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  35. I love to use stamps for checking students work so all of the above stamps would be awesome! My top one would be the multiple choice stamp, followed by the book belongs to stamp, and then the Awesome Job stamp.

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  37. Definitely for my little kinders, I would use the circular Excellent Job! I love stamps. Such a quick and simple thing, but they just love it.

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  38. I'm a little obsessed with stamps so I'm loving your collection!!

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  39. I did the two entries on facebook and the one by blog, three entries, am I lucky!? Too cute!

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  40. I think that I'm going to have a hard time choosing just one stamp, but I'll force myself to do it. ;o)

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  41. i like the FB thumbs up looking one "teaching likes this"

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  42. I would use the blue ribbon excellent job stamp the most. My students would love to see this "prize" on their paper and know they did great work!

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  43. I would definitely use the book stamp the most!

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  44. I love them all! But if I had to choose one, I would say the one that helps with grading and what kids need to fix! Super helpful!

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  45. I like the awesome job! I'm choosing between that and the blue ribbon one. Thanks for showcasing these and for the opportunity to try and win!

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  46. I would love the personalized awesome job stamp OR the check the box one. They would both be very handy in the classroom

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  47. I know I would use the personalized one : "Mrs. Deeney Says...Excellent Job!" I love these stamps! Thank you!

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  48. I would use the library book one the most - I have so many books! Thank you for the great giveaway!

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  49. I like the stamp with the choices of correct & return, show your work, etc.

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  50. I LOVE the correct & return your work! Thank YOU! Wendy 1stgradefireworks

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  51. This is Awesome...I Love the Well Done stamp!

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  52. I like the one where I could check mark if they needed to correct and return or if I needed the parent to sign the paper. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  53. I would LOVE a stamp that says This Book Belongs to Mrs. Selima. I write my name SOOO often because I have an addiction to buying kids books for my kiddos. It makes them so happy :)

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  54. I definitely need the This Book Belongs to My Classroom stamp!!!
    Thanks for the opportunity!

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  55. I love the one that looks like a facebook like!

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  56. I love your checklist stamp. Brilliant!

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  57. I love the Big Effort Stamp and the Teacher Correction Stamp.

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  58. Great Idea all the way around - thanks, I'll certainly be getting some stamps one way or another.

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  59. I love them all but I think my favorite is the "Your Teacher says excellent job" stamp!

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  60. I like the "facebook style" stamper!! My second-graders would totally be in to it! Great company, thanks for introducing me to them.

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  61. I absolutely love the book stamp!! ❤

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  62. My mom would LOVE these for her class! She is having a bilateral mastectomy next week and these stamps would be the perfect "returning to work" gift to give her when she returns to her class in 7 weeks! She would love the "excellent job" stamp! I'll definitely be sharing your blog with her to read while she's recovering! :)

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  63. I love your blog and after being out of the classroom for 18 years I love the ideas that you share. As for the stamps, I could use any of them. I do like the ones that are encouraging so I can lift up my kids.

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  64. I love the "This book belongs to" stamp. No more scribbling my name in books or using printed labels, stamps would be so much easier and efficient!

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  65. Thanks for hosting the giveaway. I'm excited to have won. Now I just have to choose!

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