MIB Guest Post Application
Thank you for applying to be a guest on the Minds in Bloom blog.

Minds in Bloom had 2 million visitors over the last year, so it's a great place to support teachers with your knowledge and expertise!

Here are the basics of what we'll be asking from you should your idea be selected for the blog:

☻ A unique post that contains between 600-1,500 words (cannot be published anywhere else)
☻ At least 1 image that we will use to promote your post on Pinterest, Facebook, and/or Instagram
☻ A 2-3 sentence introduction (written in third person)
☻ A 2-3 sentence bio that may include links to your TpT store and any social media channels you have
OPTIONAL: You may promote one free resource inside of your post. This can be a link to a freebie on TpT or it can be a link to a resource stored on your Google Drive.

✍ You can write about almost any topic relevant to teachers. Some suggestions include:
– Making Learning Fun for Students
– Technology in the Classroom
– Creative and Critical Thinking in the Classroom
– Implementing Common Core
– Classroom Management
– How to teach as specific topic/skill or use a specific strategy or tool
– Classroom Challenges (and how you overcame them)
– DIY projects for the classroom
– Seasonal Topics: Back to School, Holidays, etc.

If your idea is seasonal, please submit your application 6 weeks prior to when it should be posted to give time to get everything ready.

About 85% of submitted ideas are approved.  To make sure your idea is approved, it must:
☻ offer valuable insight
☻ not be promotional in nature (although you can link to a free resource)
☻ include ideas/strategies that are helpful to teachers or students from grades 2-6

If your idea is selected, we will be emailing you with further information and helpful hints. You will hear from us within 2 weeks.

We can't wait to hear your ideas!

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