Don’t Forget the Dads! Win a Book

Mother’s Day, Teacher Appreciation, Field Day—so many things are vying for your attention as you wind down your school year. I have some tidbits that you’ll want to take a quick peek at plus a chance to win a book for another special day that will be here before you can say “school’s out!”—Father’s Day!

Superhero Dad
Post a comment to this blog no later than 11:59 pm EDT on May 29, 2016, to tell me which of the products below would be perfect for your classroom. From the comments, I’ll randomly select one teacher to win Superhero Dad.  (Update: congratulations to Barbara, who is the winner of our prize.)


Concordia University--Portland

Were you born to lead? Then advance your skills with an M.Ed. in educational leadership from Concordia University—Portland. It’s one of over 20 career-focused M.Ed. programs that you can earn fully online around a schedule that works for you. (Yep, you can still teach full time while earning your master’s.) Get details here.

Romeo and Juliette Aprons
Learning how to get dressed—and developing fine-motor skills—is a snap with the Romeo & Juliette Activity Apron set. Each apron has layers that include a zipper, buttons, snaps, a hook, and ribbons for tying a knot. It’s a perfect way to help little ones develop this life skill without frustration. See more here.


Kid Smartz logo
Check first. Take a friend. Tell people “no.” Tell a trusted adult. Educate and empower kids in grades K–5 to practice safe behavior with this free TCA for the classroom winner. KidSmartz uses videos, music, quizzes, and more to teach the rules of personal safety.
Click here to get started.


Don’t forget: you need to post a comment for a chance to win the book!


PS: You can always find exactly the resources you need at Be sure to go to the “Win” tab under “Freebies & More.” The current contests end on May 30!

4 thoughts on “Don’t Forget the Dads! Win a Book

  1. “Superhero Dad” would be wonderful for my students since I do not have many books about dads.

  2. I would use the KidSmartz website, I am now starting to teach 5th grade. It is a great lesson for safety habits.

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