Grades

    Re: Lots of teaching materials
    Jan

    Congratulations on your upcoming retirement!

    I retired in July. I have given lots of things to former interns and I
    have sold lots on Facebook. If you have a local Yard Sale Group
    you can join, you will probably find lots of young moms and
    teachers who would be interested, especially new teachers for the
    upcoming school year.

    I haven't been able to let go of my children's literature yet. :o)
    Hope this helps!

    Jan

    On 10/18/14, DonnaR/CA wrote:
    > On 10/18/14, K teacher wrote:
    >> I am retiring at the end of the year after teaching
    >> kindergarten for over 20 years. Over the years I have spent
    >> a lot of money on picture books, big books, teacher
    >> resource materials, learning games and activities, etc. It is
    >> now time to look to "rehome" these things. Some things I
    >> would like to sell and others can be given away. Any
    >> suggestions?
    >>
    >> If anyone is interested, you can email me at
    >> teachkdgn@gmail.com
    >
    > Another thought: eBay. Also, offering these items to others in
    > your district or nearby (to avoid the need for UPS/FedEx/USPS).
    >
    > If anyone else is in this situation, and in the Phoenix area,
    > there's a store called "Treasures4Teachers" in Tempe. It takes
    > donations from retiring teachers, companies that often sell
    > stuff of interest to teachers, and re-sells them in their
    > store. It resembles a thrift store. I was able to shop there
    > without membership this past summer, because I live more than
    > 100 miles from it, but ordinarily they do charge locals $35 to
    > become a member and be able to shop there regularly. (If I
    > lived in the area, I'd join!)
    >
    >
    >
    > Donna