Weekend Sales: 12 Deals for Teachers

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Happy summer Friday! All is full of love here today at TeacherPop HQ, and we’re celebrating by just “being summer”—in other words, dialing down to a mild 8, instead of our usual cranked-up-to-11, and just l-i-v-i-n. But we’d never leave you hanging, dear readers, especially when there are important pre-Independence Day deals to be scored. See what’s cooking this weekend.

TicketsNow: 5% off concerts and sporting events with code RMN5. Offer expires June 30.

Fandango: $2 off 4 movie tickets with code FANRETAIL. Deal ends Sunday.

TeachEatRepeat Recipe: Grilled Cauliflower Steaks

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We think cauliflower is quite possibly the world’s most versatile vegetable. What can’t it do? We haven’t answered that question yet because the other night we decided we wanted an entirely grilled meal, but the only veggie in the house was cauliflower. Knowing its superhero-like powers, we decided to give it a go. And as per the usual, cauliflower won. Salty, tangy, hefty, and charred, this new recipe may take the cake as our favorite cauliflower creation yet!

What You’ll Need

  • 1 head of cauliflower

Weekend Sales: 15 Deals for Teachers

Weekend Sales: 15 Deals for Teachers

Traditionally, in between hot dogs and fireworks, Fourth of July is all about deep discounts, as stores give summer gear the boot and start to make some room for fall (sob). This year, retailers can’t wait another second to unleash their super sales and have released some of their lowest prices yet for Father’s Day weekend. (TeacherPop corralled 15 below.) This is great news because it means you can pounce on the best of the best summer stock before Uncle Sam’s revelers crash the party. Freedom!

Boston First Graders Dance It Out to “Watch Me”

Do you remember the adorable first graders at Boston’s Orchard Gardens K-8 Pilot School (OGPS) and their video celebration of African American leaders earlier this year? Well, these amazing kiddos are back, and with the support of their teachers, including Kerri Ann Connelly, and the staff of Orchard Gardens, they’re closing out the year with major, major style.

OGPS’s first graders created a music video called “Watch Me Whip…Watch Me Learn” to the tune of Silento’s “Watch Me.” We are not worthy. Check out the full video below.

17 Books for Teachers’ Summer Reading Lists

17 Books for Teachers' Summer Reading List

Anyone who says teachers have summers off has probably never met a teacher. While their work year is technically September to June (or August to May in the warmer states—I’m looking at you, Arizona), teachers’ brains don’t take a summer vacation. Summers are filled with lesson plan prep, curriculum designing, professional development seminars, and reading, reading, reading.

Weekend Sales: Top 10 Deals for Teachers

Top 10 Weekend Sales June 12

Hey, weekend, nice to see you again. For some of us, it’s just another summer Friday, NBD, but for others it’s the last day of school, hooray! To celebrate another successful school year, and life getting steamy here at TeacherPop HQ (90 degrees today, y’all), we’re bringing our bargain A-game. Check out this week’s top deals on shorts, tops, and more.

TeacherPop readily admits that we haven’t uttered the words “Crabtree and Evelyn” in approximately 25 years, but we’re more than willing to give it up for the store’s buy two, get one free special on hand lotion and shower gel.

Music Video: How Teachers Really Spend Their Summer

Everybody knows teachers spend the summer sleeping til noon and chillaxing by the pool. JK! TeacherPop knows you guys crush it all summer long, but not everyone is so enlightened. Check out (and share!) the world premiere of Teach For America’s new music video to see how teachers really spend their summer–and what they miss the most.

Be sure to follow Teach For America on YouTube for many more inspiring videos–and have a happy summer break!

Weekend Sales: Top 10 Deals for Teachers

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Is there anything sweeter than a summer Friday? Yes, turns out: when a summer Friday falls on National Donut Day (June 5)! Get thee to your nearest donut peddler of choice, people, because free fried dough with a hole in the middle doesn’t come your way every day. Check out all the donut love below, plus nine other hot deals for your browsing pleasure.