Admit it Teachers...You Show Favoritism in Your Classroom

The message below was copied from a special note that was just sent to the teachers on my email list. If you are not already part of that special group I encourage you to join us.

This would be an especially good idea if you like the thought of getting top secret information like I wrote below as well as a free resource to use in your classroom sent to your inbox every single week

You can sign up here.
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​Hey Friends,
Let's all be honest for a minute.
As teachers, we are not supposed to play favorites.

We should never let on that perhaps we like some more than we like others.

Heck, there might even be a few that we don't really like at all.
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But, just like Dixon Ticonderogas are far superior to all other pencils and colorful labels reading "Crayola" will get picked over the sad little sticks of wax known as RoseArt crayons every single time, it is OK to have more love in your teacher heart for one than another.

So, given the choice...

Do you prefer teaching math or reading?

Wait.

Surely you didn't think I was suggesting you might enjoy one of your students slightly more or less than the others. Come on. You know me better than that.

But, it is absolutely normal to favor reading over math or math over reading or perhaps you truly do love them as equals.

It doesn't matter either way.
Because in addition to the surprise 29% discount I announced yesterday on the STARTS WITH A STORE LIFETIME ALL ACCESS offer, I am here tonight with another πŸΈπŸ—“️Leap Day Surprise! πŸ—“️🐸

In addition to using code LEAPDAY2020 to for all those printable pages, lesson ideas and activities to use with your favorite picture books...
I have generated another code for immediate access to our all of our math resources as well!!!

USE CODE: LEAPDAY2020MATH to save 29% off any of the annual TEACHING MATH MADE EASIER MEMBERSHIP options (for 1st through 5th grade) and get immediate access to 1000s of standards-based, print-and-go resources including:
  • an entire year of daily spiral review pages
  • an entire year of monthly themed word problems for each day
  • math journals
  • math assessments for every standard
  • math quick checks
  • vocabulary games and activities
  • and TONS more
Best of all...if you show us proof of a grade level change for the 2020-2021 school year, we will gladly move you into the membership for your new grade level!
So you can either play favorites and pick one or grab them both and save yourself hours of time looking for resources and always have what you need.

TEACHING MATH MADE EASIER  
(29% off using code: LEAPDAY2020MATH)
or

(29% off the annual option using code: LEAPDAY2020)

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