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.
In case you haven’t checked, August is right around the corner. (Sorry for reminder!) Don’t worry. I’ve been digging up some back-to-school help—teacher appreciation events, a shopping spree, and more—that you won’t want to miss!
Free apps? Now that’s what I call “app-ealing”! Free apps, games, and resources that can help you and your students? That’s even better yet!
Watch out! There’s a cow tripping over the moon and a baby falling from a bough. Beware, Goldilocks! You’re about to become a chocolate-filled bonbon for hungry dinosaurs. Summertime is the perfect time to take a look at lighthearted literature and to enter to win books, cash, and supplies to help you prepare for your next school year.
How would you like to win a full set of Kate DiCamillo’s six Mercy Watson books plus get the Teachers’ Guide for the series? You have the chance to win this as well as prizes that include cash, cheese, books, and more!
I have a special place in my heart for animals. I’ve had as many as four cats at one time—one that lived to be 23½ years old!—and once adopted a three-legged dog. Now Roscoe, the homework-eating dog, rules my home (I pretend I’m in charge, but I know better), and my family is on the lookout for a potential kitten adoption. So I am not only ready but eager to help you prepare for Be Kind to Animals Week May 3–9 with free resources and a chance for you to win animal-themed books!
Emily Dickinson, I’m not. But fortunately for you, I have some great resources to usher in National Poetry Month (April) and add creativity to your classroom!
I’m not what you would call perfect. No matter how hard I try, I’m always running late. I have the best intentions of eating healthy foods, but somehow chocolate sneaks into my mouth. I admit it; I may have a few faults, but this isn’t one of them: I love to find perfect resources to help teachers like you in your classrooms!
Crinkle, crunch, crack! Is that how it sounds when you step outdoors on the frozen, wintry ground? Well take a few more steps forward—spring is not that far away and I, for one, am ready to welcome it with free resources and chances to win books, cash, and more!
How do you inspire learning? Through activities that kids love, like sports and hands-on creative play? Or through opportunities that let students experience learning in a different way? My guess is you do all this and more, so you won’t want to miss the learning inspiration I found for you. Plus win three books for sports lovers!