When winter winds blow, there’s nothing better than snuggling under the covers with a good book–especially if that book happened to be free! Win a free book and more!
Get Creative! Win One of Three Books from Workman Publishing
Halloween is the most creative holiday. There are few rules and lots of opportunities to have some fun (not to mention chances to eat candy!). To celebrate that creativity, we’re giving away an exciting new book from Workman Publishing.
Our Latest Contest: Win DVD Versions of Award-Winning Books
Introduce your students to amazing stories with DVDs from Weston Woods. One teacher will win a set of four DVDs!
Mapping Out Your Fall—Freebies, Prizes, and a Fun Giveaway!
A map is a map, right? Not with this new book from Candlewick Press! Explore this week’s freebies and enter to win my copy of Maps.
Sailing Through the School Year With Freebies—Plus a Book to WIN!
Are you experiencing smooth sailing this school year? Or are you still settling in? Either way, a few freebies and fun resources can sure help!
The Back-to-School Buzz: Win Colorful File Folders and So Much More!
Sometimes it’s the little things that turn a good day into a great one. Win a set of fun and colorful file folders and more!
Reading Roundup, Part 1: Free Books, Kits, Guides, and More
My inbox is bursting with fun freebies that are perfect to pair with favorite children’s books and to get students writing. Check out this week’s assortment.
Totally Free Literacy Resources and Contests—Plus a Book to WIN!
Now’s the time to get ready for the many literacy-related events coming up. Sign up for freebies and contests….
Freebies for Teaching Literacy—Plus a Surprise Contest!
Just about everyone likes surprises. So besides the surprising freebies and fun contests on this week’s blog, we’re also doing a surprise giveaway!
Science & Social Studies: Freebies, Great Deals, and Must-See Websites for Teachers!
We all know science and social studies are important—AND that kids young and old love them! Take a look at these amazing options for fitting a bit more science and social studies into your curriculum.