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Teaching

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reporting vs tattling

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Guest blog post: What are school like in France? Very interesting!

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Teachers: Love Pinterest? 5 Power Pinners You Should Be Following

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What is My Role as a Classroom Teacher? Questions we should ALL be asking.

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Teaching in Heels is a blog that shares lots of teaching tips, as well as tons of style tips, great sales, and outfits of the day.

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First Grade Blue Skies is an AMAZING blog that is filled with wonderful teaching tips and LOTS of encouragement.

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Tension rod playhouse

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15 Grammar Googs That Make You Look Silly

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art lesson

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Insect activity cards.

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Ladybug Rhyme

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Spiders

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FREE Race to 20, 50 and 100 Games to go with There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Clover

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free 2D shape clipart

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Easy card holder to make adaptations as needed

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composing/decomposing 11-19 with an equation. freebie that is perfect for printing onto overheads. When cut in half (and edges trimmed) they fit perfectly on a small sized magnetic drawing board making for some great independent practice.

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Historical figures!

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Ms. Preppy!

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roll a rainbow game

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So cute! How fun would these be?

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Hungry Caterpillar Snacks!

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whale facts book

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red lunch bags (at Target), and then cut out circles of black paper for ladybug spots, and large circles cut in half for the head. Glue on some eyes, draw antennas and a line down the center and voila... ladybug puppets! @Katy Mulligan

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Collection of Transportation Theme printables and ideas.

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When the melt down is starting have student pick a calm down activity Great Visual.

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