Friday, November 2, 2012

Teachers Helping Teachers

As we are all aware, Hurricane Sandy has wreaked havoc on the east coast of the US this week. I have cousins in Maryland and New Jersey, and while they all have made it through with just a few days of no power, others have not been so fortunate. On top of damaged/lost homes, many teachers in Sandy's path are also dealing with damage to classrooms and loss of valuable teaching supplies! I can't imagine...

A wonderful teacher over at The ESOL Odyssey - who has Sandy-related damage in her own classroom, even - has come up with a great way for fellow teachers to show our support for our colleagues affected by Sandy. If you have a TPT or TN store, click on the button below for how you can help. I am donating a few of my best-sellers from my TPT store to go to Sandy-affected teachers. Laurah is making it so simple to help by taking care of the logistics end of things. What a great opportunity for all of us to show our love and support to our colleagues in need!


  1. Thanks so much for sharing about this! So excited to help out other SLPs! What a great idea! We have donated and joined the linky party!

  2. Omigosh what an awesome idea! I'm linking up too!

    - Sasha

    The Autism Helper

  3. Great post. I just stumbled upon your blog and wanted to say that I have really enjoyed browsing your blog posts.


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