This week I’m giving away another book with a title that says it all: So. Many Stickers. (Workman). And you could win it!
To enter our random drawing, submit a comment to this blog by Thursday, August 1, to let us know which stickers you’d go for first: the pastel sloths? The rainbows and clouds? Or the roller skates and disco balls? (Update: Congratulations to Robbin, our lucky winner!)
After that, stick around to check out these fun freebies.
Students who love the Who Was? books will really love the new Who Was? History Bee. For grades 3–5, the bee challenges students’ knowledge; 10 lucky winners will compete in the national finals. Get details at www.whowasbookseries.com/history-bee.
How can you help your students be successful in a rapidly changing world? Sign up for the free Global Education 101 course offered through the Department of State and the International Research & Exchanges Board (IREX). This self-paced course has three modules with readings, videos, quizzes, chats, and more. When you complete it you’ll get a certificate for 5 hours of professional development and a digital badge. Learn more at irex.catalog.instructure.com/courses/global-education-101.
You and your students can send your name to Mars! Visit mars.nasa.gov/participate/send-your-name/mars2020. Blast off is scheduled for July 2020, but names must be submitted by September 30. Over 7 million names have been submitted already. Add yours!
I’m submitting my name to go to Mars….