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One child may not smile at you when you hand them their Spanish exam. Another one may ask (again) for a detailed explanation as to why he has to show his math work every single time. And then another child may refuse to do absolutely any work. Despite all of that, you are appreciated. Since you may not hear that every day, Barnes & Noble (B&N) Bookstore is going to step up and celebrate you during its Teacher Appreciation Week, which will be held Saturday, April1 through Sunday, April 9.

B&N Stores across the country (find a store near you) will celebrate teachers who teach students in pre-kindergarten through twelfth grade during the week by offering them up to 25% on a variety of items sold by the store. Normally, with the B&N Educators card, teachers receive 20% off the publisher’s list price on a number of their purchases for classroom use. Some of those items will be 25% off during Teacher Appreciation Week. Textbooks are not included, but many of the other thousands of books they carry will be discounted up to 25% off.

Although the sale lasts for one week, most of the stores will also have an Educators Appreciation Day on Saturday to kick-off the second half of the school year. On that day, there will be activities for teachers to see new items they may use in their school to improve learning. Call your local B&N store to confirm they are having the event as well as the date and time.

If you do not already have a B&N Educators card, you may register for one at the store. Be sure to bring proof that you are a registered homeschooler. Usually, the letter confirming your registration through HomeLife Academy will suffice to obtain the card.

See, homeschool teacher, you are appreciated.


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