Scavenger Hunt Blog Hop

I have something really special for you this week for Thoughtful Thursdays!  Yes, this post is going up at the very last minute on Thursday…

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I have something really special for you this week for Thoughtful Thursdays!  Yes, this post is going up at the very last minute on Thursday but hey…it’s still Thursday!. This week, I’m writing about using Instagram as part of a very special blog hop!!
Here is how this blog-hop works…
1. Read this post and make a note of my letter
2. Click on a link at the bottom to ‘hop’ onto one of my fab blogger friends posts
3. Read their post and make a note of their letter
4. Repeat steps 2 and 3!
5. Head to Year2tastic and use the ‘Contact Me’ section to submit your letter string- 
IT DOES NOT SPELL A WORD! 
There is no particular order to record the letters in- just ensure you have 6!
6. Once you have submitted your letters follow the steps on the Rafflecopter. 
You can enter as many times as it allows you to over the course of the weekend.
Names with incorrect letter strings recorded will be deleted from the Rafflecopter 
and IT will then decide the winner!
DONE!!!
                      

I am super excited to be joining Year 2 Tastic to celebrate Laura’s awesome 500 follower milestone!  I am so excited for her and thrilled to contribute to such a great blog hop!  On this blog hop, you’ll be collecting letters.  Once you have all of the letters, you’ll submit them on the Year 2 Tastic blog to be entered to win a $20 TpT Gift Card!  Woohoo!  So, let’s get to the point so that you can collect your letter and move on to the next blog!

This blog hop is all about how we benefit from using Instagram to connect with other teachers and stay inspired!  This blog hop couldn’t have come at a better time because I really needed my Instagram teaching buddies this week!!

Let’s face it, sometimes teaching is hard.  Like really, really hard!!  In those moments, I really need people who understand my professional life and people who understand my career.  I don’t think that anyone who hasn’t taught can understand the highs and lows of teaching.  This week, the lows flowed in and I relied heavily on my Instagram friends for the right dose of inspiration and positivity to uplift me, refocus me on my goals as an educator and carry me through the week!

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