Everyone’s favorite fishy friend is headed back to school—this time as a substitute teacher. I have TWO copies of this book (with stickers), so two lucky teachers will win in this week’s random drawing.
Here’s how to enter: Submit a comment to this blog by Thursday, September 12, and let us know if you’ve ever been a substitute teacher. Loved it? Hated it? Feel free to share. Congratulations to our lucky winners Darlene Taig and Diana Booth!
There’s no substitute for these great deals and fun freebies. Take a look:
Looking for a way to individualize instruction? Check out Essential Skills. The teacher-designed curriculum targets missing skills and accelerates learning as students work at their own pace. Activities use auditory, visual, and tactile approaches to reward, reinforce, and review. To try it out for free, visit essentialskills.com/learning for instant access.
Start a Smile Train program at your school and show students how a little fundraising can make a big difference. Kids around the world with cleft palates can have trouble eating, breathing, hearing, talking, and, of course, smiling. The fix? A 45-minute surgery that costs about $250. Get a free fundraising pack at smiletrain.org/students.
Five lucky teachers each win a prize pack in the Bostitch Back-to-School Giveaway. Now through September 1, enter to win goodies such as pencil sharpeners, scissors, a scissor caddy, electric three-hole punches, and more. Here’s the link: bostitchoffice.com/back-to-school-giveaway.
Remember, we have two prizes this week so share this giveaway with a teacher pal, too!
PS: Did you snap a picture while preparing for back to school? It’s not too late! Head over to Instagram and tag your photo #themailboxbts. You could win 20 books. But hurry, the contest ends next week.