The Leprechaun Called—He Has Your Prize

But you’re in luck. You can steal it away from him if you post a comment to our blog!



Let us know which of this week’s fabulous freebies grab your attention. One lucky teacher will be randomly selected to win Science Year by Year from DK. Loaded with amazing photos, this big book walks you through innovations throughout the ages. To enter our drawing, submit a comment to this blog no later than 11:59 pm EDT on March 28, 2017.  (Update: congratulations to Anna, who is the winner of our prize.)




In the meantime, check out this glittering pile of fun freebies:



I am simply amazed by just how much teachers can get—all free—at The site has grown to more than 8,500 free activities for preschool, kindergarten, grade 1, and now grade 2. Don’t wait! Sign up at







We just discovered a stash of free printables, including infographics and activities, from Crabtree Publishing. Click here to take a look.




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I almost caught that pesky leprechaun, but he skittered away. I guess it’s up to you to submit your comment and snag that prize!


PS: This could be your luckiest week ever! Last week’s blog contest is still open, so hop on over and enter for a chance to win a book of animal posters. Click here.

12 thoughts on “The Leprechaun Called—He Has Your Prize

  1. Giving my students with significant disabilities access to the general education curriculum is strong personal goal! These resources would be tremendously helpful in my high school life skills program!!

  2. I would love this. I am the co-leader of the 3-5 grade science club at school. We are always trying to get the students at our school excited about science with hands on activities. MaryEllen Logue and I would love this to use in our science club!

  3. I would love to add this science book to my classroom library. What a great book to supplement all kinds of lessons! DK always has such great visuals to support the content that I am presenting to my ESL and special needs learners.

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