A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, March 15, 2013
Submitted by: lcfritz from Noblesville, in
As always, excellent and timely materials.
best classroom teacher magazine
A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, February 19, 2012
Submitted by: teach
Great hints. Immediately applicable.
Good for extention work.
A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, June 22, 2011
Submitted by: Mrs. S from Haymarket, Va
It like that this magazine is for grades 4-6 because it gives me an opportunity to pul slightly higher level math or language arts material for my high level students in 4th grade. This way I can either use the pages to give different, but still challenging work, or use as an informal assessment to see if a student has knowledge of a subject. It use it all the time. I would imagine if I taught 6th graders I could use it to do a quick check on some of the basic material as well. The pages are also very child friendly with attractive pictures and interesting layouts that are not boring. I save pages that are particularly tied to my curriculum and find new pages each time too! Great value! Would love to see this as a download for my smart board/ computer though!
Mailbox is a wonderful resource!
A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, February 12, 2011
Submitted by: Barb from Bradley, IL
As a 6th grade special education teacher, the resource materials and hints that Mailbox provides makes my curriculum more interesting!
It is great!!!
A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, October 13, 2009
Submitted by: SPED Teachers Rock!! from Wheaton, IL
I love the fact that I don't have to spend time making extra practice worksheets. Boy does this save time.
greatest resource; superior to any teacher manual
A review of The Mailbox Magazine - Grades 4-6, July 28, 2008
Submitted by: Araza from Phoenix, AZ
The magazine is packed with ideas that really work because students enjoy them. It helps to have ideas at hand to enhance textbooks and go beyond teacher's manuals. The ideas fit curriculum standards so instruction can keep on task. Students constantly state they love activities in my classroom, and I attribute that to the many ideas I get from this magazine to use for lessons.