National Geographic, yep, most teachers would want the KID version for their classrooms, especially if they were to win a stellar prize pack from Brightly and National Geographic. Kids are suckers for animals, but then most of us always will be! Your classroom could be stocked with: 20 animal-themed books from National Geographic Kids One-year
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Service projects are necessary in Florida high schools for students to earn community service credits. Have you thought of a little free library as an on-going service project for your community? Celebrating National Library Week, Chronicle Books is giving away two Little Free Libraries stocked with books. Little Free Libraries have been popping up everywhere.
FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS would help every school, PERIOD, no question about that! If you’re unfamiliar with TeacherLists, you have been missing out! TeacherLists is a fantastic tool for teachers to communicate with parents the needs of the classroom. Parents can access any teacher list through the national website. Teachers simply create an account, then add
We’ve seen the school wide rally, the grade level rally, and the classroom rally. How do you make test day fun? In my classroom teacher life, I was task with testing the kids who had a 504 (all had some type of special accommodation). I was allowed and encouraged, to stop testing every 20 minutes,
National Poetry Month is upon us. Booksource Banter April giveaway contains NINE poetry titles that TWO winners will receive: The Red Pencil I Feel A Little Jumby A Kick in the Head Where the Sidewalk Ends The Death of the Hat Out and About: A First Book of Poems Button Up! Poems to Learn by