Hi, I’m Becky, the managing editor of The Mailbox® magazine Intermediate edition. I’d love to purchase your favorite original activities, printables, worksheets, games, and other classroom tools you use in your classroom. So submit your ideas on the topics below. It’s an easy way to earn extra cash and share what works for you with other teachers!
Send us your go-to printables, games, and classroom activities on comparing, adding, subtracting, multiplying, and dividing fractions.
Even intermediate kids love holidays! What language arts and math worksheets do you use when important holidays and seasonal celebrations roll around?
How do you help students learn to research a topic and then write about their findings? What short research projects do you assign to build important research skills? We’d like to know!
We’re on the lookout for printables, games, and other ideas on solving measurement and conversion problems.
Don’t be limited by the topics above! Send us any tip or teaching idea on a topic you teach.
Each submission must include a complete name, address, and phone number for ideas to be considered. For each idea accepted for publication, you will receive $20.00 or more, depending on what you send. All ideas must be original (developed by you) and submitted to only one publisher at a time. If your idea is accepted for publication, your name and school will be credited as the source. All rights (copyrights or otherwise) contained in the materials accepted for publication become the property of The Education Center.
If you’d prefer to submit your ideas in paper form, only ideas accompanied by self-addressed, stamped envelopes will be acknowledged and/or returned. If you want materials that are not published to be returned, the envelope must be of sufficient size, with adequate postage. Please print or type your name, address, school, and grade level on each page of ideas and mail to Editorial Assistant, The Education Center, 101 Centreport Drive, Suite 245, Greensboro, NC 27409
Please allow up to two months for review. Writer’s guidelines are available upon request (self-addressed, stamped envelope required).