Oh yeah. I hit the motherload.
I got these books. Various levels for different readers. I love that I don't have to worry about whether or not a book is AR. I hope that at least some of my students will be interested in reading some classic stories.
Lesson Plan Book. I used one of these last year and I didn't mind it at all. I hole-punched it and put it right in my planning binder. I actually got two-one for a coteacher (hint, hint, wink, wink).
Who doesn't love these notepads? They are so handy. I keep some for secret pal gifts as well.
I thought this might be a nice reward when students read their 40 books!
Love these stamps! They had these a few years ago (single stamps for $1), but I haven't seen them since. These 6 stamps were in the dollar spot for $2.50.
I will give these sports erasers as a little gift on the first day of school. I am doing a sports theme in my classroom this year.
And..the coveted letter stamps. I bought these last year and honestly didn't care for them to well. I stored each set in plastic bags with an ink pad and they got really messy. I ended up throwing them away before the first semester ended. I decided to give it another go this year. I would welcome any storage suggestions so they get better taken care of this time!
Other things pictured above that I got was a desk lamp ($5), stickers, stress balls (perfect for playing silent ball or to help a little rascal calm down), dice, and happy birthday certificates. I was very pleased with my Target trip!