Why guest blog for Minds in Bloom?
- MIB is an amazing platform for helping teachers and students!
- Minds in Bloom has nearly 2 million users per year!
- When you guest blog, your post will be shared on our social media channels, where we have nearly 100,000 followers!
- Minds in Bloom is consistently one of the top 10 referral sites to TpT.
- Your post can include a short bio with links to your blog, social media channels, and/or Teachers Pay Teachers Store.
- It’s a great way to get your name out there and build expertise within the education field.
Have you already been a guest on Minds in Bloom?
Feel free to grab this badge for your sidebar and link it to your Minds in Bloom Guest post. (And you can always apply to be a guest again!)
All educational bloggers, both established and new, are welcome to apply! We would also love to hear from professionals in fields related to education, homeschoolers, and students in teacher preparation programs. You do not have to have your own blog to apply, but you do have to have a topic that you’re passionate about sharing!
NOTE: Minds in Bloom does not publish posts from anyone associated with essay writing services, adult education institutions, or writers with no experience or credentials in the field of education, or related fields.
- First and foremost, the post must be useful to teachers in grades 2-6.
- The post cannot be focused on promoting a product or service. A free product may be mentioned (and linked), if it is relevant to the topic at hand. But the reader should be able to get value from the post without purchasing anything.
- Short freebies are great (but not required). Freebies can link to a google drive file or Teachers Pay Teachers.
- Word Count should be between 600 and 1500 words.
- Your post must include at least one picture (for marketing). Classroom photos are especially welcome!
- Your post must be written specifically for Minds in Bloom and cannot be published elsewhere.
- Your post must not contain grammatical, spelling, or editing mistakes. Please proofread carefully before submission.
- Making Learning Fun for Students
- Creative and Critical Thinking in the Classroom
- Implementing Common Core
- Classroom Management
- How to teach as specific topic or use a specific strategy or tool
- Technology in the Classroom
- Classroom Challenges (and how you overcame them)
- DIY projects for the classroom
- Seasonal Topics: Back to School, Holidays, etc.
What's stopping you??? Apply now!
If you would like to apply to guest post, just fill out the form below. If your idea is selected, you will be contacted by email within two weeks, and we will select a mutually agreeable date for your post to go live. If the embedded form does not work for you, try clicking here.