Let’s talk free. I’ve got free curriculums (or curricula, if that’s how you prefer to say it), a free Peanuts poster, and free teaching resources to help animals and the community. There’s more—I have chances to win books and cash! What do you have to do? Read on and get ready to comment and click!
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.
Get ready…warm up your clicker finger.
Get set…to enter to win some fabulous prizes.
Now click so you don’t miss the deadlines—many of them are this weekend!
Togetherness. Challenges. Drama! Understanding. You have a front row seat as students develop and navigate friendship in all its forms. Let me be a friend for you—I have prizes, resources, and professional development to share, plus a chance to win DVDs, CDs, and books on friendship!
Do you find bugs “bee-autiful” or alienish? Or maybe, like me, you’re fascinated by them but from a distance? I have three bug-themed books that you could net plus free resources, help for struggling readers, and more!
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.
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!
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!
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)!