It’s Giveaway Time!

MBX-BagIt’s the first Friday in June, and this means…drumroll, please…it’s GIVEAWAY time here at The Mailbox Blog.

Check out this bright orange “Be the Difference” bag from The Mailbox. This bag could be yours! Of course, if you win the bag, you’ll need to remove all the super cool school supplies that are inside of it before you can use it. But hey, that hardly seems problematic!

To be entered to win this nifty bag—and the bounty of school supplies it holds—leave a comment right here on the blog that tells where or what you’ll be teaching next school year. If you don’t know or you won’t be teaching next year, that’s okay. Just tell us. Be sure to leave your comment right here on the blog before midnight, June 12, 2016. The winner will be announced on Monday, June 13.

The crew here at The Mailbox is having loads of fun with the “Be the Difference” bags. If you’d like to see where the bags have been and keep up with where they will be seen this summer, join us on Instagram by clicking here.

Be the difference!


 Congratulations to Nicole from Mesa, Arizona—the winner of this month’s First Friday Giveaway!

86 thoughts on “It’s Giveaway Time!

  1. I will be teaching pre-k 5s at The Fulton School for the 9th year!! I love my school, my co-teachers, my administration, my families, and especially my little sweeties!

  2. I will be teaching very energetic 4 year olds five days a week! I can’t wait to see what’s inside that bag!

  3. Love the bag. I will be teaching prek next year and would never think of doing something different. Love my job

  4. 6th grade ELA. And also 6th grade Social Studies for the 1st time. Kinda anxious about teaching s. studies!

  5. I provide childcare 🙂 which means I teach all year long 🙂 all ages 🙂 in fact Your deadline date June 12, 2016 is my 10 year anniversary date of providing in home childcare 🙂 #bethedifference well #iamthedifference 🙂

  6. I am a Special Education Para-Educator. This will be my 6th year teaching K-2. This would be a wonderful addition to my teaching tool kit.

  7. I’m still interviewing so I’m not sure where I’ll end up! But I’ve taught 1st through 5th grades in my 17 year career! 🙂

  8. I will be back in first grade, but in a “new to me” classroom! Our annex is closing, and after many years all of our school will be under one roof.

  9. I’ll continue to offer Tiny Tales for Tiny Tots, an interactive story time for babies to 4 yr olds, with read alouds, recitations, songs, movement, and hands on activity like puppet or book making. It’s twice on Tuesdays!

  10. I will be teaching a special education classroom for grades 3-5 and always appreciate any supplies for my classroom!

  11. I will be beginning my 18th year of teaching in a public school. After 3 years of teaching a Collaborative 4th grade class, I will be teaching a general ed. 4th grade class. I will be teaching all subjects here in the state of Virginia. So excited!

  12. After 12 years of teaching pre-k, I am moving to another city for my husband’s job. The city is hiring between 500-600 teachers, so I have no clue what grade I could get. But I’m excited about a new opportunity/challenge! 🙂

  13. Greetings and have a great school year 2016-17. I teach English as a Second language and I always leave notes in the student’s notebooks. They look forward on getting it back to reach for that note. Intermediate school.

  14. I teach third grade gifted and high achieving students. They love using sticky notes to write their predicted answers to text-dependent questions before reading, then check their answers after reading and make adjustments based on the text.

  15. Next school year, I’ll be teaching English Language Arts to students in tenth and twelfth grades in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula. Vacation just started, but I’m already excited for the new year as I plan what units to teach.

  16. I’ll be teaching 5th grade – focusing on Science and a new set of standards. I look forward to the challenge.

  17. I will be teaching preschool. My biggest plans for next year are teaching the little minds all about our country and our 50 amazing states!

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