A Genie From The Mailbox?

What if the next time you refer to a publication or communication from The Mailbox a twirl of vapor rises and you find yourself staring into the smiling eyes of a genie!

Then get this! The genie quickly informs you that she’s eager to grant you a single wish to let you make an improvement to The Mailbox. The improvement can be for print or online offerings! What would you wish?

Leave your wish on this blog post before midnight EST Friday, November 30, and your name will be entered in a drawing for a seasonal surprise!

Waiting in suspense!

Congratulations to Ruth! She’s the winner of our giveaway!

12 thoughts on “A Genie From The Mailbox?

  1. I would like to see the Mailbox Magazine and Teacher’s Helper magazines link up their activities with the Common Core Standards. I want to know when I buy teaching resources that I am still going to be able to use them when we switch over to CCS.

  2. First I want to say I love your stuff, but brig a middle school special Ed teacher (autistic support) there is only so much I can use with age appropriateness. That being said my wish would be for The Mailbox to put out books, worksheets, and the theme kits that are more age appropriate, but on the same level that you currently have. That would be great and that would be my wish.

  3. You do such a great job already, but sometimes I wish I had a source to help with special needs kids. I am not a special needs teacher or trained but we get a few of them more and more in the classroom – even speech kinds of things – maybe red flag checklists or ideas to help with speech or autism, etc. Hope that makes sense – I know it is to hard to be general in something like that but maybe if there was a section and we read it every month something has to stick! thanks!

  4. I am looking for interactive whiteboard activities for preschool age students. I only saw activities for first grade and up.

  5. I absolutely adore your magazine, and the subscription is one of the best purchases I’ve ever made. If I could change thing, it would be the eliminating or reducing the $20.00 handling surcharge to Canada for products from your store. There are so many books I’d love to buy, and I have no problem paying the actual costs to ship them here, but the $20 additional fee on top of that makes the cost prohibitive. Keep up the great work!

  6. I love and adore your magazine. I would love it if you published more issues a year. I look so forward to getting it but it would be great to have it come once a month.

    More toddler activities would be great.

    Thank you Diane and Mailbox for al you do for us.

  7. I love your magazine, and I look forward to receiving it when each issue is mailed out. I love looking through the book to see what activities would line up with the objectives I am currently assigning children. If I was given one wish, I would like for the Preschool Magazine to add a section to print lacing cards for working on fine motor skills. This way, when a topic is being discussed that is in the Mailbox Magazine, a themed lacing card can match what is being taught. Thanks Mailbox Magazine for the great stuff!

  8. I would love to see more activities that would be geared towards students with autism. With the number of students increasing so significantly, I think many teachers would benefit from activities with them in mind.

    You can do it genie!! Rub Rub!!

  9. The Mailbox has awesome magazines & activities for early childhood. I wish, however, that the activities were tied to the Texas PreKindergarten Guidelines. Texas is a BIG state, and Texas early childhood teacher absolutely love The Mailbox! 🙂

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