Silly McGilly Giveaway!!

Meet Silly McGilly, the newest way to bring fun, excitement and learning to your classroom during the month of March!  


Silly McGilly is a friendly leprechaun who loves visiting classrooms to play fun little tricks on children throughout the St. Patrick's Day season.  Isn't he too cute?!


Here’s how Silly McGilly’s magic works:  read his story, then place his doll in the window on the night your classroom is ready for a trick to be played.   This is the invitation for the “real” Silly McGilly to come and visit you.  The next morning, your students will delight in seeing what shenanigans Silly McGilly has been up to while they were home!


The magic of Silly McGilly is as limitless as your imagination!!  And just in case your imagination runs into a roadblock, the website offers tons of fun tricks to play at home or in the classroom!


You can purchase your own copy of Silly McGilly HERE... or you can enter to WIN a copy using the Rafflecopter below.  Good luck!!

27 comments

Niki Louks said...

Silly McGilly would leave treats and a silly note!

Christine said...

Would love to have Silly Mcgilly visit us! He would play fun tricks like turning the behavior stars red!

OKBC KIDS said...
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OKBC KIDS said...

He would only leave green crayons!!! Evelyn Isch

Jamie L. S. said...

He would leave yummy treats and a note for my students!

Shawna Zervos said...

My "littles" would LOVE Silly McGilly! I would be a little adventurous and turn the water in the water table green in honor of St. Patrick's Day.

TeacherMom said...

Fun!!! I think I would move all the labels around in the classroom to different spots. Also, probably turn lots of things green that shouldn't be green!

Mrs. Davies said...

I would have him leave little green footprints across the tile and out the window! :)

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Mrs. Wathen said...

Silly McGilly might have to use the potty...and forget to flush:)

Ellen said...

Silly McGilly would mis-match table chairs.

MDflaming said...

Silly McGill would move students name tags and school supplies. :)

Smarter Balanced Teacher said...

Silly would probably turn the water in our classroom potty green! That's what the leprechauns do at our house every year! St. Patty's is my birthday, so I LOVE it that there's a new book to celebrate!

Julie Wiersma said...

Silly McGilly would mess up our room and write letters to the kiddos.

ctodd said...

Silly McGilly would leave a note, his favorite St. Patrick's Day book for us to read, and a special green treat.

Lauren said...

Silly McGilly would leave green treats for the kids.

Unknown said...

So fun! We're a STEM school and it would be fun to engineer a leprechaun trap for Silly McGilly!

Mrs. Brown said...

I bet Silly McGilly might try to stay in one of the leprechaun traps at night at school....the kids would love it!

Jen B. said...

So fun! I've been dying to get a little silly mcgilly :)
He would turn everything green! Food, pencils...

Sarah Mcreynolds said...

Silly mcgilly would leave gold fair dust on everything he touches.

Cynthia Luoma said...

Silly McGilly would leave shamrocks all over the classroom. They would be in desks, in book bins, and all over the students' recess games.

Nicole said...

Silly McGilly would leave a fun snack, like fruit loops, lucky charms or chocolate "gold" around the room!

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Jennie Jensen said...

Silly McGiily would leave Trix cereal with a note that says, let the leprechaun "Trix" begin!

Diane Janes said...

Silly McGilly would leave QR codes for a scavenger hunt!

Karyn said...

Silly McGilly would leave treats for the kids when they were out of the room!

sarah said...

He would leave treats and maybe pull a trick or two?!:)

Karen F. said...

Oh this would be so much fun!! the possibilities are endless!! Of course whatever trick or treat he will do would have to be green... obviously ;-) Thanks for the chance to win
Karen

Michelle Scott said...

I love it! Silly McGilly is an amazing character, and having the chance to read about his story would be very much enlightening. A lot of kids would love to see what he is up to. I'm sure he's going to come up with a different activity everyday by the window sill. Hahaha! Thanks for sharing that! Good luck to those who entered the giveaway! All the best! :)

Michelle Scott @ Skild®

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