Help my students!

Just in case there’s someone who reads this that didn’t get the email or see the post on facebook…

I have set up a project at, a nonprofit website where public school teachers (like me!) submit projects for materials or experiences their students need to learn. These ideas become a reality when concerned individuals (like you!) choose projects to fund. Donors who complete project funding or give more than $100 receive photos and personal thank-you notes from the students they helped.  It’s easy – and very rewarding.

The great news is that my project, Literary Lexicons for Literature Learners, is now posted at! Check it out here and help my students become masters of literature!

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  1. Aunt Chris

     /  September 16, 2009

    Rachel – Don’t laugh at me, but what are binder rings? And can I send you these things or do I need to go thru the website?

  2. rachelheather

     /  September 16, 2009

    Aunt Chris,

    Binder rings are just small metal rings that open and close like the rings in a binder. You need to go through the website, because they’ll get everything together and send it straight to the school and everything.



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