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TIRED OF HEARING: “I can’t think of anything to write”? “I have used the 1000 Writing Ideas straight away, and they have been a great hit with the substitute teacher and students alike.
It's April, which means it's officially stashbusting month! It's time to dust off all of the supplies hiding at the back of your closets and create using what you already have on hand. Think of it like spring cleaning, only much more fun! If you're planning to plow through your excess stash this month, you'll be needing plenty of ideas and inspiration. Heather and Rhonda put their heads together and came up with this list of must-visit blogs to help steer your way through your stashbusting odyssey.
Hi everyone! I’ve been working on a fun unit study for next year! It’s called The World’s Greatest Artists Vol. 1 and I’m excited to share it here with you today!
It was raining here in Birmingham for most of the day on Saturday, but that didn’t stop Debbie and I from venturing out and checking out a few sales. Since it was a holiday, there weren’t any big neighborhood sales, but we managed to find enough and brought home a few treasures. This beautiful and large pottery pitcher was $2 and still has the original sticker on the bottom, from Banana Republic (had no idea they carried housewares, did you?)
I was at a conference today standing and waiting, waiting and standing for the next session when I heard that ABC Mouse is free to public schools. I think I almost fell over when someone said the word free. I think I needed something free after paying an arm and a leg for any possible kind of dice a teacher could use.
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I have had a lot of requests about the activity we did with the glitter germs.
Did you see this Cute Lorax activity at The Teaching Bug ? Well, I couldn't resist pairing it with my Truffala Trees this year. Look at how cute they look together when we wrote about what we would do with the last Truffala seed:
Since Design Mom launched, favorite picture books (and a few tween books too) have been a regular feature.
Thanks to the creativity and generosity of the Teachers.Net community, we offer the following printables for educators to use with their students.
There’s no doubt about it—the beginning of a new school year is exciting but can leave you feeling overwhelmed and exhausted! Do the laid back days of summer seem like a distant memory?