$250; $500; $2,500; $5,000—the Clock Is Ticking for Your Chance to Win! Plus Win a Book

Tick, tick, tick…time is winding down for your chance to win gift cards and grants—plus don’t forget that most of us will lose an hour this weekend when Daylight Saving Time begins. (Sorry to remind you of that!) So don’t wait. The time to enter or apply is now! Read more at the blog.

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Celebrating the Season? Eager for Winter Break? Start the Celebration With Freebies & Prizes—Plus Win Two Books!

Are you enjoying seasonal celebrations in your classroom, anticipating winter break, or a little of both? Let’s start the celebration today and keep it going all month long with freebies and chances to win cash, gift cards, and more!

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Feel Time Ticking? No Problem! These Free Resources and Chances to Win Are Quick and Easy

I know your time is precious, particularly with the holiday craziness looming. But just a few minutes of your time could pay off BIG! It can get you freebies for your classroom for coding, Common Core, and STEM. It can mean prizes of cash, gift cards, and more. My goal? To make it quick and easy for you to find contests and resources that can help you in your busy day!

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Stuff Your November With Perfect-for-Your-Classroom Resources Plus Enter to Win Books!

Welcome November! It’s a month stuffed with holiday celebrations, recognitions, and anticipation—a lot to compete with in your students’ busy worlds! Don’t worry—I’ve got classroom freebies and contests with seasonal tie-ins to help keep students engaged and gobbling up learning.

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Love a Good Value? Then You’ll Value This: Character-Building Freebies and Chances to Win!

I love a good value. Who doesn’t love stumbling on a great sale while shopping? (Take me to the clearance rack!) I love it even more when a child shows character values, like kindness, empathy, and respect for others. So I have a little of both for you. I have fabulous classroom freebies that support…

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Head in the Clouds? Enjoy the View! Inspire Creativity With Freebies and Chances to Win

Do some of your students have their heads in the clouds? Let your dreamers enjoy the view as you channel that innovativeness so their imaginations—and learning—soar! I can help with freebies and chances to win products for your creative classroom. Read on!

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Three Cheers for a Season Filled With Treats for You—Contests, Freebies, and a Chance to Win Three Seasonal Books!

Three cheers for October! Cheer one is for the signs of autumn—my favorite season, I might add! Cheer two is for the onslaught of holidays and festivities that are right around the corner. (Take a deep breath; there’s still plenty of time.) And, most importantly, cheer three is for the freebies, contests, and goodies I have for you today!

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Bullies, Bravery, and Beginning School—Nothing to Fear Here! Win Books, Cash, and More!

We’ve all seen it—or lived it: The sobbing child demonstrating unbelievable finger strength as she clings to her mother’s clothing to avoid going into a classroom. Or the timid child crumbling at the teasing of bullies. Or the outgoing child who strategizes to hide that he’s afraid of something. Fear not! I’ve got character-building books, cash prizes, free resources, and more to engage your students and help you!

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Get Ready to Get and Give—Don’t Wait; Deadlines Are Approaching! Plus Win Two Books

Get ready to get! How would a chance to get $2,500 for your school sound? How about $25,000? What about cash for you—$250, $500, $1,000? And who wants freebies for the classroom? They’re just waiting for you to download, but not for long because deadlines are approaching…quickly!

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Start Your School Year With Friendship, Acceptance, Plus TWO Chances to Win $500 in CASH!

Go ahead. Make your classroom wishlist. Why? You have two chances to win $500 in cash! Plus I have other exciting opportunities for you, plenty of free resources, and a chance to win three brand-new books on friendship and acceptance to help you set a positive tone in your classroom.

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