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Gingerbread Game Giveaway

Enter to win a free Gingerbread Game Giveaway!

Enter the giveaway by:
1. Commenting below (1 entry)
2. Linking the post on your website or blog.  Make sure you leave a comment telling me about your link. (3 bonus entries)
3. Posting about it on Facebook.  You must first like the Sing a Song page and then tag Sing a Song in your post. (3 bonus entries)  You can also comment on the Sing a New Song Music Page.

The drawing will be held on November 23rd with http://www.random.org/.  I will post the winner on my blog and contact you through email.  Good luck!


If you already purchased the product, leave a comment on how you are enjoying it and I will enter your name for the giveaway.  For purchasing the product and leaving a review, you will earn an extra 5 entries!  If you win, I will refund your money.

Comments

  1. I love including games in my lessons. I like the cute graphics and theme!

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  2. These would be a great addition to my December lessons! :)

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  3. Love your stuff! This looks great!

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  4. I LOVE the gingerbread theme! What fun! These look great!

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  5. I also posted about it on my FPSResource page on FB but for some reason I couldn't tag the post at all. (I did "like" Sing a New Song so that wasn't the problem...)

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  6. Just posted it on my blog here: http://fpsresources.wordpress.com/2011/11/15/sing-a-new-song-giveaway/

    Thanks Jeana!

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  7. What a wonderful fun thing to do at December lessons....so cute!

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  8. I must like you on FB and then posted about the give away but could not figure out how to tag my post.

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  9. I have several students who would love playing these games. Looks great!

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  10. This looks like so much fun!! I love using games in my studio! Thanks for making me aware of this!

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  11. This looks fun, interested to try it our

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  12. Very fun, thank you for posting!

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  13. Love your games! Thanks for sharing so much.

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  14. Darling! This would be great for a gingerbread themed group lesson. I hope I win!

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  15. I love your games. These would be wonderful to have also.

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  16. My grandchildren would like this
    rjs682 at yahoo dot com

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  17. I love having new games to use at my lessons. VERY cute!

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  18. I recently purchased the gingerbread games. They look like a wonderful resource. I like how they cover various skills with several levels to choose from. I am looking forward to using these in the coming weeks with my students.

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  19. I'd like to win this for my nephew
    ryanac32 at yahoo dot com

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  20. Would love the games. Thanks for the opportunity

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  21. Looks like a game my son would like. Thanks very much for the giveaway
    tmc480 at yahoo dot com

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