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Best Bunch of Prizes Back to School Giveaway!

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This is a fantastic giveaway for middle and high school teachers that you can enter at The Language Arts Classroom Blog!

There are 6 different prize packs, which you can see here, or at The Language Arts Classroom Blog, but you will need go to The Language Arts Classroom Blog to enter.
If you click on any of the prize pack images, you will be taken to the giveaway.

Good luck!


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