Monday, September 1, 2014

You Can Win 1 Year of ESGI, The BEST Online Testing Program EVER

Have You Heard of ESGI?

Click the image to get the FREE 60 day trial and more info about ESGI.

I have been using it for about 6 years now and I'm still loving it!  Let me tell you why:

It's easy to use.  They even have quick videos to get you started.

I can use their stock tests or I can easily create my own tests.

I can test students quickly on a desktop computer, a laptop, an iPad, or even on my smart phone.

My students beg to be tested.  I'm serious, they really do!

I can get soooooo much data from ESGI.  They tell me which students have mastered each skill and which students have not. 

I can print out flashcards for each individual student.   I can use these for in-class intervention and I can send a set home for parents to work on with their child.

I can print out parent letters telling them specifically which skills their child has mastered and which skills they need to practice and the letters come in English and Spanish.

I can make my administrator very happy by providing data from the beginning of the year and each trimester so we can record growth and areas of need.

I can go on and on, but why don't you take a look at their web site and check out their short videos by clicking right HERE.

So, How Do You Win This?

You can enter right here:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

You can enter each category once, but you may leave a comment every day for extra entries.
Can't wait?  Try their FREE 60-day trial and use my code (B2174) for $40 off of your 1st year.
Click HERE to get your FREE 60-day trial started.  

Good luck.
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See you all tomorrow.
Palma :)


  1. When I found out about ESGI, I was a first year kindergarten teacher, after teaching upper grades for over 30 years. My first year, I was too overwhelmed with the entire concept of these little guys that I just followed the lead of the veteran kinder-team. Last year, I used the trial period to explore ESGI and I fell in love with the whole concept. I could add my own questions and also pull from the tried and true assessments already loaded. When I heard about all of the great teachers who were adding to the program, I knew I had to go back this year. Regretfully, I have to wait a month or two to gather the funds, unless I win. My kinder-bears loved the procedure of testing quickly. It was like a game to them, but yet, they always wanted to get a higher score. My parents loved the thorough reports. My administrators, as much as they agreed with the rapid and stress-free concept, just can't find the funds for it. It is definitely worth every penny with the amount of my teaching time that I can get back again.

  2. Betsy, Have you talked to your administrator or you PTA about funding this? My principal funded it for us the 1st year, and then my district picked it up for all of the K teachers in our district. You can also use my code: B2174 for a $40 discount. Good luck with the Rafflecopter. It will pick a winner for me next Sunday. :)

  3. I am trying to get our district to use it now. It is like a game for the children and so easy to use. I am on the free trial. I love this program.

  4. I have never used it but have heard wonderful things about teachers that have! I would love to have another way to gather data quickly for my students and help them with small skills to build on!

  5. I love ESGI. I am using the free trial now, while I eagerly await a PTA decision for funding. ESGI makes assessing fast and easy. It's the best thing in Kindergarten since Crayola!
    Danielle Abner

  6. Sunday, Sept. 7 is the last day to enter for a free year of ESGI.

  7. I would love to use this to assess sight words with my class as I don't have a lot of time to do that as I teach 2 classes of Language Arts and time is limited. This looks like a fast way to check.