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For most of you, you’re likely nearing the end weeks of the school year, or preparing for a break sometime soon.  Time and energy may be running low as testing, end-of-the-year assessments, and fitting in the last of your curriculum becomes top priority.  Or maybe not!  Maybe the end of the year renews your teaching […]

The Science of May!

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dinosaurs, ELA, informational text, kitchen chemistry, Lesson Plans, Math, ocean life, Reading, Science

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So excited to introduce The Science of March to y’all!  It was a true labor of love, and my house shows severe neglect as a result of a 2-week creativity bender.  #whoneedslceanclothesanyway This resource is absolutely brimming with activities and resources for you to successfully implement four weeks worth of science and cross-curricular activities into […]

The Science of March + Rainbow Freebie!

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February science activities are here! Can you believe January is already nearing an end?!  So. Crazy. Which means, thoughts of February are starting to creep into your mind.  Groundhogs, hearts everything and everywhere, boxes of chocolate, and after all that sugary goodness, dental health!  But, of course! After getting a lot of positive feedback from The […]

February Science Activities!

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crafts, Educational Activities, ELA, February, first grade, inferencing, Kindergarten, Lesson Plans, Science, Second Grade, Teach, Valentines Day, Vocabulary, Winter

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Hello, friends!  Can you believe Christmas Break is *finally* here?! I’ll pause for a moment while you give yourself a big ol’ pat on the back (or grab another sip of that Christmas cocktail you’re enjoying) for finishing the first half of the school year strong!  You probably Polar Expressed yourself right out the door […]

Winter Science for the Primary Classroom!

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It’s Monday, which I’ve kinda sorta been looking forward to.  I know – weird, right?  It’s because I started taking this aerobic dance class at the gym and it. is. awesome.  Except for the mirrors.  Which are constant reminders of how gangly and awkward I am.  Also, apparently I never really looked cool dancing.  Which […]

Dinosaur Centers, Digraph Anchor Charts, & The Green Lantern

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