If you're a teacher, then you can request a free science poster for your classroom. I didn't personally request this since I don't believe I qualify. The closest my apartment comes to a “science classroom” is my 1am drunken Google history of “why doesn't the moon crash into Earth?” and “stop saying gravity, tell me the truth!”
Signups are open for next year's free Colgate Bright Smiles, Bright Futures classroom kits. They usually ship around February each year. The kits contain a video and other easy-to-use classroom materials, like posters & storybooks, plus free Colgate toothpaste and toothbrush samples for 25 kindergartners or first-grade students.
I presume the video is a guide on health care and not something fun like The Matrix.
For non-teachers out there, you can access Colgate's current list of offers and coupons here!
This great annual freebie is back for Hiffers in 13 states! Participating Verizon Wireless locations are giving away free backpacks filled with essential school supplies on Sunday, August 1, from 1-4pm! A full list of locations and addresses are available on the Verizon page.
Your child must be present and hopefully they're not dressed like the dapper young man in all of their ads, because that means they're 100% better dressed than me.
These freebies are given away on a first-come, first-served basis while supplies last, so I'd show up at 1pm if you really want this freebie.
The FTC offers many different variations of free physical bookmarks in bulk. The smallest quantity you can order are 100 of them, so these might be great for any teachers or book clubs out there in HIF land.
I didn't personally order these because I didn't want to waste a hundred bookmarks. If you're only looking for a single free bookmark, then use this list of free bookmarks that I keep updated. I still use my tick identification bookmark, which is a sentence I never thought I'd utter!
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Meanwhile you can count on Goob for … well, not much!
If you hadn't guessed, I've been reading lately and needed a new marker – hence the bookmark freebies today 🙂
The CDC still has some free prevent tickborne diseases bookmarks from 2014. These 2×6 inch bookmarks are not only informational, but they're also laminated!
You can request up to 100, but come on, leave some for the next Hiffer behind you. I have a feeling once these are gone, they're gone for good.
Once you add a bookmark to your cart, click the yellow “Check Out” button on the sidebar and fill out your address. You'll get a very tiny “Order Confirmation Number” at the top of the final page.
free AmeriCorps Heroes Wanted bookmarks that come in batches of 6 bookmarks per sheet! These bookmarks are designed for recruitment purposes to encourage participation in AmeriCorps programs. I will forever think of their noble, heroic service to humanity when I mark where to stop reading each night.
Add a sheet to your cart, then go through the checkout process. I had to turn off my browser's ad-blocker in order to get the address to go through, otherwise it kept telling me to select a shipping method. Once the order is accepted, you'll get a confirmation message and order number.
Here's another signup form for some free PETA Teach Kind stickers. This offer looks like a whole sheet of stickers and they don't seem to have any PETA brand markings on them whatsoever.
I think this offer is meant for teacher's only since it asks where you teach at. I said I taught at Goob School, given that I'm only as smart as a 2nd grader.
Both teachers and high school students are offered free New York Times digital access now through September 1, 2021.
Accounts includes unlimited access to articles, videos and more on nytimes.com and in the New York Times app. Accounts also include lessons from The Learning Network featuring articles, photos, podcasts and more.
In order to get this freebie, a high school administrator or teacher must register and set up the class account. Once accounts are confirmed, teachers can upload student email addresses and auto-generate student account invitation emails.
For a detailed guide on how to set this up, look at the Frequently Asked Questions on the bottom of the page.
This site says “hackers are everywhere.” So let's give them our home address and get a free 2020 cybersecurity poster.
Seriously though, this is a legit company, I checked out the domain! 😄 They sell education equipment to schools. The site says “Request your free poster today for your classroom,” so I'm marking this as a teachers-only freebie.
Teaching Tolerance, a project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, is giving away free teaching tolerance film kits for use in K–12 schools, schools of education, public libraries, houses of worship and youth-serving nonprofit organizations. Clicking on any of the titles will pull up a description of the movie along with a list of materials sent out in the kits. Most seem to include the movie, a teaching guide, and possibly a lesson plan.
If you're a teacher, first off God love you. I taught for two years and realized it takes an absolute saint to make a career out of it. It also takes a lot of money, as teachers are constantly underfunded and buying their own supplies!
Luckily Paper Mate is giving away free pens and markers for teachers through August 31, 2020. Simply create a classroom list, then add Paper Mate pens or pencils to it and you'll get a free Paper Mate gift set that includes:
- Free Paper Mate Flair felt tip pens 6 ct.
- Free EXPO Dry Erase Markers 4 ct.
- Free Sharpie Permanent Markets 3 ct.
Freebies will be shipped to your school address by the end of September 2020.