Many teachers went back to school in September, and abcteach was ready with hundreds of back-to-school materials, including bulletin board decorations, parent forms, and more. We took time for September holidays, celebrating Labor Day and Hispanic Heritage Month, relished the art of the argument with a new fallacy unit, and much more.

In October, we’re settling in with the cooler fall weather, getting ready to re-read Where the Wild Things Are and see the movie. We’re ready for Columbus Day and Halloween, and we have lots on hand for ongoing October observations, such as Fire Safety and Italian Heritage. In response to member requests, we’ll be adding some great new geometry pages (posters and practice). Watch the upcoming newsletters to see these colorful new pages as they are added.

I hope you’ll let us know what you’ve used, what you’ve loved, and what you’d like to see more of in the coming months. Requests can take some time, so if there’s something you’d like to see in the upcoming school year, let us know now! We really do love hearing from our users.

Posted by Anne Johnson, Editor

The links in the text above are to our member site. Below are some links to materials on our free site:
Fall Season materials

Columbus Day materials
Halloween materials
Fire Safety Month materials
Italian Heritage Materials

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