“Holy Squawkamole!” Who Can Resist That Title? (Good News, You Can Win the Book!)

Some book titles just jump out and scream, “Stop what you’re doing and read me NOW!” That’s the reaction I had to Holy Squakamale! Little Red Hen Makes Guacamole (Sterling).

Now that I’ve gotten to enjoy this super-cute book, you could be next. One lucky teacher will win the book. To enter, take our guacamole poll below and submit your vote as a comment on this blog. Here’s the question:

 

How spicy do you like your guacamole?

  • super-burning, grab-a-beverage-now
  • pleasantly spicy but no need to panic
  • just a tiny bit of spice
  • no spice at all
  • skip the guac, I think it’s gross

Submit your comment by Thursday, July 25, to be entered in our random drawing. Then dig in to enjoy these fun freebies and contests:


 
Win a set of Tinkeractive workbooks for your class. The workbooks cover grades K, 1, and 2 for math or science. Enter here.

 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Act now and your school district could take STEM and robotics to a whole new level. The UBTECH Education Early Innovator Program includes free kits for classrooms, free PD, and more. Get the details at ubtecheducation.com/early-innovator-program. Hurry, applications close July 31.

 

 

There’s no end in sight to Minecraft mania. Capitalize on kids’ interest and introduce them to coding with the latest free Minecraft Hour of Code tutorials at code.org/minecraft.

 

 

I like my guacamole (and my Mexican food in general) spicy. Bring on the heat!

Karen

PS: Diane’s First Friday giveaway is up and running! Click here for a chance to WIN!


79 thoughts on ““Holy Squawkamole!” Who Can Resist That Title? (Good News, You Can Win the Book!)

  1. Just a tiny bit of spice for me, please! I do love guacamole! My three year old granddaughter loves it too! She calls it bwakamole!

  2. Just a little bit of spice! Yummy! I’m so eager to read this book! I can think of so many activities that can be planned with it!

  3. I love guacamole, just a little spice. Make sure you have some crunchy tortilla chips on hand!

  4. Skip the guac, I think it’s gross…however, my daughter would say, “Pleasantly spicy, but no need to panic.” 🙂

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