Enticing plots, elusive villains—keep your middle-graders reading with books just for them and chances to win for you! Plus join a professional learning community and also get free resources for the youngest learners.
Do you ever get that look from your students. You know the one—like you’ve suddenly sprouted three eyes on your forehead. You get it simply because, no matter how cool you may be, kids think adults are soooo weird! Embrace the weirdness with free resources, chances to win, math help, 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!
Would you like to win $500 in cash? I have two chances for you to win cash and other prizes plus opportunities to get plenty of free resources—goodies that will keep your students engaged and make your job easier through the rest of this school year and into the next.
Don’t you love it when you find new books that also link to free resources for your class? How about when the resources are aligned to standards? (Are you getting tingly yet?) I know I was excited when I found the books and resources featured in today’s blog and couldn’t wait to share them with you!
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!
Finally, it’s officially springtime! To me, spring feels new—new blossoms bursting out on trees, new baby animals, and a new freshness in the air that only an April shower can bring. To celebrate, I have opportunities of new beginnings to share with you and new chances to win!
What do presidents, dragons, and Duck Tape have in common? For one, I’d wager that Duck Tape has been used by presidents and for dragons. But for teachers, they represent fabulous resources for your classroom and exciting chances to win! Plus win four books for Presidents’ Day.
I’ve got love on my mind. I’m thinking about how much you’re going to love, love, love the fun freebies and helpful tools I’ve found. Pranksters and cows, pirates, a family event, and professional supplies—I’ve got something for you no matter what grade you teach! Plus win two books to get ready for Valentine’s Day!
Phew! It was tough—but fun—getting through the December holiday season, wasn’t it? I’m certain I’ll be picking up tinsel and pine needles until springtime! Now I’m eager to get back to the business of finding all the best teaching freebies and resources for you, and I’m thinking it’s time to give a shout-out to science and social studies (plus info about other free resources that I can’t resist sharing)!