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From An Apple for the Teacher - May 01, 2017
Can you believe it is already May? I don't know about you, but the last few months have flown by! We are finishing up testing, have a few field trips...
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From Teaching is Elementary - April 30, 2017
MedfieldDLD Promo A few weeks back I attended a conference in a neighboring district, #MedfieldDLD (Medfield Digital Learning Day!) It was a day fill...
From Art Projects for Kids - April 29, 2017
If you mix kids with yarn, it's only a matter of time until things get tangled. It just occurred to … Read More The post Yarn Dispenser Hack appear...
From Art Projects for Kids - April 26, 2017
Save your old food magazines for this bug collage project. The shiny and colorful fruit, for example, has a whole … Read More The post Bug Magazine...
From Inner Pieces Gallery - April 20, 2017
It?s time to get silly with sight words!† In Power Up Your Child?s Sight Word Practice ‚Äď Part 1 you identified exactly which words cause your young ...
From Stuff That's Spiffy - April 18, 2017
So it's my last day of Spring break and I am...take a guess.  Sitting on a beach? Camping? Kayaking? Reading? Having lunch with a friend? Nope.  No...
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From Tried and True Teaching Tools - April 15, 2017
There's nothing like music to get students motivated and hooked on learning. Have you ever heard of Soundtrap ? It's a FREE program to make music onli...
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From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - April 10, 2017
What an honor! I am so excited to say that my story about a Special Education student was posted on Rachel Lynette's blog, Minds in Bloom, this morni...
From An Apple for the Teacher - May 01, 2017
In honor of Teacher Appreciation Week, some of my blogging buddies and I have gotten together to give away teaching supplies that we LOVE!  Check ou...
From Art Projects for Kids - April 30, 2017
I knew there was a way to mix scratch art and earthworm studies. Just make your own scratch art paper … Read More The post Earthworm Art appeared f...
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From Tried and True Teaching Tools - April 29, 2017
California, ho! The rush to California was a critical part of California's history, even before the discovery of gold. Learning why and how pioneers t...
From An Apple for the Teacher - April 24, 2017
My class is knee deep in state-testing this week! I always like to plan for easy activities during our non-testing time because my students are burne...
From An Apple for the Teacher - April 20, 2017
Welcome to our book study of  The Writing Strategies Book:  Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers  by  Jennifer Serravallo! I am jo...
From An Apple for the Teacher - April 17, 2017
For those of us in the United States on traditional school calendars, we are heading towards the home stretch of the school year.  I only have 6 mor...
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From An Apple for the Teacher - April 13, 2017
Word Walls can be used to improve literacy in  all curriculum areas by helping students build vocabulary, improve spelling in written work, and expl...
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From Tried and True Teaching Tools - April 09, 2017
What's the big deal about a circle, you ask? A circle is MAGIC! This lesson is always THE best introduction to our geometry unit! First, students cut ...
From Tried and True Teaching Tools - May 01, 2017
It's Teacher Appreciation Week and you don't want to miss this! GIVEAWAY DETAILS: Prize:   10 Teacher "Must Haves" prize pack including: Mr. Sketch ...
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From Third Grade Thinkers - April 30, 2017
Hello Friends, With temperatures soaring to 90 degrees here in Virginia, I feel like I should certainly be on summer break! Summerlike weather makes ...
From Carrberry Creations - April 27, 2017
Whether you are moving classrooms, or just packing up for the summer, end of the year clean up can be a stress-filled experience. The year always sta...
From Third Grade Thinkers - April 23, 2017
How stinkin cute is this Spring coffee cup??  I have so enjoyed my spring break! It is quickly coming to an end.  I am needing to replace my hours ...
From First Grade Fanatics - April 20, 2017
Happy Thursday!  I have had an awfully crazy busy week, but wanted to stop by quickly to show you a few Earth Day activities I'll be doing this Frid...
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From An Apple for the Teacher - April 17, 2017
The past two months I have decorated my door with reasons why my class is amazing.  My students have absolutely LOVED it, so I have decided to keep ...
From Sarah's First Grade Snippets - April 13, 2017
It has been waaaaay too long! I've been MIA in blogger land for the past few months. My time that I usually gave to blogging has been taken over with...
From A Plus Kids Bloggin' - April 08, 2017
Clip art courtesy of Laughing Deer Studio Hi everyone! Every†year we have lots of fun with our†grandchildren at our annual Easter Egg hunt held on ou...
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From Art Projects for Kids - April 30, 2017
I wish I could draw like this little girl does. Nola is only in kindergarten, and everything she does just … Read More The post Mother Giraffe and ...
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From Tried and True Teaching Tools - April 27, 2017
I'm SO excited to join in on our collaborative book club: The Writing Strategies Book: Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers by Jennifer...
From Tried and True Teaching Tools - April 22, 2017
Other teachers are some of my best teachers. Inspired by my friend, Layla, over at Fancy Free in Fourth  , we practiced making and measuring angles (...
From Third Grade Thinkers - April 20, 2017
Do you ever play "Thorns and Roses" with your students? It's a simple sharing game that is great for the end of a day or week. All kids do is tell wh...
From An Apple for the Teacher - April 15, 2017
Welcome to our book study of  The Writing Strategies Book:  Your Everything Guide to Developing Skilled Writers  by  Jennifer Serravallo! I am jo...
From An Apple for the Teacher - April 10, 2017
I just finished up my Spring Break, and am headed back to school for the home stretch to finish out the year!  I like to use this time of the year t...
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