Did You Sleep In?

Ahhhhh, the favorite summertime activities y’all posted at “‘Eeee-zy’ First Friday Giveaway” sound relaxing, fun, and simply wonderful. Sleeping in, reading, spending time with family, shopping, sunning, traveling…fabulous! Y’all are so deserving! And now for the news you are Owl-in-Hammockwaiting for—the winner of June’s First Friday Giveaway is Helena (comment 154) who is looking forward to reading for pleasure this summer! Congratulations, Helena; and thanks to each of you for participating in this month’s giveaway.

So what’s happening here at The Mailbox Blog this summer? Well, I can’t give you too many details. What I can tell you is we’re all about having fun and preparing for a fresh start to your next school year! And yes, we’re having some extra giveaways too. In fact, why don’t you tell me what kinds of things you’d like to win right here at the blog! Go ahead, dream big!



15 thoughts on “Did You Sleep In?

  1. I loved the basket of teaching goodies I won. Such cool stuff that I will be using in the classroom. I also love the pick a book contests.

  2. I would love to win resource books or premade activities/games like theme kits. I love all your products and I use them daily in my classroom!

  3. I would love to win a basket of goodies or the pick your own book! I think anything you giveaway is great!

  4. I enjoy all materials and things from The Mailbox! Any giveaway would be worth entering to win any kind of wonderful resources. Even during my time out of the classroom, I used my Mailbox books with kids that I worked with in my home-daycare.

  5. I would love to win a set of all K-1 Mailbox resource books, quick plans, center activities, etc. I’m a newer teacher and have always loved getting ideas and activities from the Mailbox books!

  6. WOW.. good question. Everything that I get from Mailbox is great. I guess I would like resources and/or goodies that I can use in my 6th Grade classroom. Thanks for asking 🙂

  7. I would love to win PreK-K resources to use with my students. All resources are great, but pre-made games and activities are especially helpful and a great way for the children to learn. Charts with songs/fingerplays/chants are also wonderful learning tools to help teach reading skills.

  8. I have been with mailbox since 1982. The first issue I have goes back to 1982! So many changes over the years. I have almost every mailbox since then for pre-k and Kindergarten.
    The Mailbox saved me so many times!!! Would love any kind of resources. We are in a college where we keep our rates low and flexible for students. Some times too flexible, where money is tight and can’t always afford that extra! Thanks for a great 30 plus years!!!!!!!!!!

  9. Mailbox products are the best! I’d like a book full of phonics activities that I can copy for each student to use: phonics wheels, pull-throughs, and other learning activities other than just worksheets.

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