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From Inner Pieces Gallery - March 23, 2017
Whether your child is just learning sight words or is starting to show signs of trouble reading them, I have three quick and easy ideas for you to hel...
From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - March 20, 2017
Teachers Pay Teachers surprised me today by posting my resource, Harriet Beecher Stowe, as the "freebie of the day." It is so exciting to have my rea...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 15, 2017
Sometimes my students have a hard time thinking about what to write about during Writer's Workshop - especially my reluctant writers.  I have found ...
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From Tried and True Teaching Tools - March 12, 2017
New science standards. . . this year has been a learning curve for me! Not only are there the new Next Generation Science Standards , but I hadn't ta...
From Carrberry Creations - March 10, 2017
Classroom management, classroom environment, and classroom games are not something that I thought went together.† I had once thought that only Mary P...
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From An Apple for the Teacher - March 09, 2017
My students were REALLY struggling with theme.  No matter how I taught it, when I asked them to name a theme of the story, they would either rattle ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 06, 2017
Every month we give away a $75 Teachers pay Teachers gift card, and today is the day!  Extra special because it is also my birthday! :) GIVEAWAY DET...
From Fluttering Through First Grade - February 28, 2017
Many primary classrooms love celebrating Read Across America week. Although our class celebrates Literacy each and every day, we like to get extra wi...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 21, 2017
Do you have problems with your students tattling, or just interrupting you constantly to tell you various stories?  Do your students need practice w...
From Second Grade Nest - March 18, 2017
Have you guys heard of bell-ringers? If you have, it was likely for middle or high school, or even 4th and 5th grade when students switched class per...
From Third Grade Thinkers - March 14, 2017
Hello Friends, Guess what? It snowed! We actually got the day off! It couldn't have come at a better time. It has been a long haul since winter break...
From Margo's Math and More - March 11, 2017
WOW! This video will really get your students wondering about the surface tension of water. Start your science class with this awesome video. Read mo...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 10, 2017
If you are anything like me, you like a little Starbucks as a pick me up after a hard day, or a treat to reward yourself for a great day!  Well, we ...
From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - March 07, 2017
Feeling Lucky? It's that time again! The March†Teachers Pay Teachers gift card giveaway has just begun! Let the leprechauns be with you! Maybe it's y...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 06, 2017
Every week we give away a $25 Teachers pay Teachers gift card and this week is even more exciting for me because today is my birthday! GIVEAWAY DETAI...
From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - February 28, 2017
I was so happy to be able to attend the†meet-up Belmar, New Jersey last weekend. Over 50 TpTers gathered for a great social event hosted by Danielle ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 20, 2017
My blogging friends and I LOVE to spoil our teacher readers!  It is time again for our weekly $25 Teachers pay Teachers Gift Card Giveaway!  Just o...
From Tried and True Teaching Tools - March 18, 2017
After teaching fourth grade for the past 20 years (!), I was getting a little tired of assigning (& reading) a typical California missions report. I j...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 13, 2017
Do you have a wish-list on Teachers pay Teachers that is bursting at the seams?  If you are lucky, you might win a $25 Teachers pay Teachers Gift Ca...
From Smocus Smocus - March 11, 2017
Writing while working a full time job and being a mommy of three is tough. Very tough. But, tonight a sudden burst of inspiration has kicked in (with ...
From Inner Pieces Gallery - March 10, 2017
Do you have a young learner who has a gift for seeing the big picture, but may not necessarily comprehend concepts like before and after?† Does your o...
From First Grade Fanatics - March 06, 2017
Yay for March!  I always look forward to March because March means SPRING!!!!  Although it rains a lot here in Oregon, I am hoping this March will ...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 04, 2017
Educators and cognitive scientists agree that the ability to recall basic math facts fluently is necessary for students to attain higher-order math s...
From Margo's Math and More - February 27, 2017
Looking for some classroom management resources. Here's a beauty I dug up! Read more
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From Margo's Math and More - March 16, 2017
Looking for a spring themed language arts vocabulary builder and bulletin board? Look here...sticky notes to the rescue! Read more
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 12, 2017
For Valentine's Day, I created a door display, Reasons Why I Love My Class .  My students absolutely ate it up!   I wanted to do a similar idea for...
From Tried and True Teaching Tools - March 10, 2017
Asking students to describe a character or write about a character often leads to physical descriptions: "The boy is 9. He has black hair and brown e...
From Second Grade Nest - March 10, 2017
Inferences can be very difficult to teach students. As teachers, we begin teaching inferences at a young age when we ask and answer questions for the...
From An Apple for the Teacher - March 06, 2017
They say March is lucky, and it must be, because I am participating in TONS of giveaways this month, so many of you are bound to be lucky!  This one...
From Second Grade Nest - March 04, 2017
   Women's History Month is throughout the month of March. It is incredibly important that we as educators help teach our students the importance o...
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