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Turn your drawer from cluttered to clean with this simple and effective makeup drawer organization solution! Use a kitchen utensils drawer organizer to easily keep your makeup stored and accesible. This post contains affiliate links which provide me a small commission should you choose to make a purchase. It in no way affects the price […]

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This free conflict resolution activity pairs great with the picture book, Rock, Paper, Scissors by Drew Daywalt. Help you students differentiate between a conflict that they can handle amongst themselves and those that need teacher intervention. A simple activity with real-life applications! This post contains affiliate links which provide me a small commission should you […]

Download a Free Conflict Resolution Activity

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Today, I’m sharing Valentines picture books and activities to use with each! Be sure to watch the video for detailed instructions on how to use each! This post contains affiliate links which provide me a small commission should you choose to make a purchase. It in no way affects the price point for you, but […]

Valentines Picture Books and Activities

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Today, I’m sharing several free activities to use with Blizzard by John Rocco. Be sure to watch the video for detailed instructions on how to use each! This post contains affiliate links which provide me a small commission should you choose to make a purchase. It in no way affects the price point for you, […]

Free Activities for Blizzard by John Rocco

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February is full of all things pink, red and heart-shaped — but let’s not forget all the other reasons February is an exciting month! Don’t get me wrong, I love a good Valentine’s Day craft as much as the next first grade teacher, but I just can’t forget Punxsutawney Phil, George Washington or the importance […]

February Activities Roundup

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Do you want to know how to make Snow Day Slush? This video demonstration will show you how! It uses simple ingredients and the assembly is easy enough that your children and students can do it with little help. What is Snow Day Slush? It is a delicious, kid-friendly drink that helps add to the […]

How to Make Snow Day Slush

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Tired of lengthy book reports your kiddos dread? In this post, I will introduce several condensed alternatives to the traditional book report that are fun, engaging and perfect for students from kindergarten thru fifth grade. Help your students learn to LOVE reading! Each of the book report alternatives includes templates, photographs and easy-to-follow directions that […]

Book Report Alternatives: A Roundup

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Are you making plans for heading back to school post-Winter break? This post was written for you! Enjoy this January Activities Roundup for Kindergarten and First Grade! It will make your first month of the new year fun, engaging, AND educational! Inferences Activity By January, you’re ready to dig into some of the deeper ELA […]

January Activities Roundup for First Grade

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Snow Day Slush is a fun activity to do in the classroom or at home as you wish for and prepare for a Snow Day! There is a fun poem to read aloud, a recipe for Snow Day Slush, plus a variety of literacy and math activities that go along with it to engage your […]

Snow Day Slush

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Today, I welcome the fabulous Jennifer from Happy Teacher Mama as she shares 6 tips for a stress-free holiday in the classroom! I love Jennifer’s take on embracing the chaos of the season. A must-read for all my classroom teachers! As a kid, I always looked forward to holidays at school.  There was just so […]

6 Tips for a Stress-free Holiday in the Classroom

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