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Halloween Treat: Student Created Problem Solver Craft

Don't you love it when education and cuteness merge? 


Owl Hour Freebie

FREE Telling Time to the Nearest Hour Bingo Game


4 Books to teach Elementary Students about the Fourth of July

Four texts to help students learn more about Independence Day!


Writing Wednesday: Using Mentor Texts

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Sharing ideas for writing using elementary mentor texts!

The Next Step in Guided Reading: Chapter 1

June/July Book 2016 Book Study:
The Next Step in Guided Reading by Jan Richardson
guided reading, teaching. book study


End of the Year Ideas and Activities for Elementary Classrooms

Hi Friends!

As the end of the school year is wrapping up, its time to think about how the end of the year will be wrapping up!

End of the Year activities for Elementary Classrooms and Teachers

Keep reading for more ideas and activities!

Currently May!

Hello Friends! Time to dust off this blog and get back to sharing information that can help teachers in their classrooms.


Using Learning Passports to Improve Student Writing

Hi friends! 
Today, I wanted to share about learning passports and how we have been using them to improve student writing at our after school site.

Learn how to use Learning Passports to improve your student's writing PLUS A FREEBIE!!!

Haven't heard of them yet? Well, keep reading to learn more. :)

February Freebie! Writing Prompts

Love is in the air! I'm sharing the love with these free Valentine's Day Writing Prompts!


Have You Heard About...Creative Market?

Need creative design materials, designs, and fonts? Then you need to know about Creative Market! I recently learned about this fantastic site and thought I would share about it and my recent purchases!


January Pinterest Pick 3

To help you gear up for the second semester, here are 3 great Pinterest projects/activities to try!


2016 Goals and Objectives

Hi Teacher Friends! I hope you had a wonderful Saturday, filled with rest and relaxation before returning to the classroom on Monday.  I had lots of rest and even more reflection as I link up with with Schroeder Shenanigans and Lucky Little Learners to discuss plans and goals for the new year. 

My one little word is "Refine". I talked a bit about this yesterday and how I want to refine small elements of my life to make improvements. The following post is not to make grand statements or resolutions, but to instead put my aims out into the universe and remind myself what I am working for, and what I am striving to achieve. In order to scale and increase my impact and my support of teachers, I have to do what I do well. Thus, I am applying the word refine to how I create, learn, and collaborate with others in 2016. 

Currently January 2016: Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! To celebrate, I am linking up with Oh Boy! Farley to ring in the new year!

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