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For April Fools, one of my teacher friends played this awesome trick on her students!! Liked it so much I had to post this somehow! She told her students that she made them brownies. She told them she would give them to them at the end of the day. All day long they talked about them. She cut out a bunch of brown letter Es. She pulled out the "brown Es" at the end of the day and they were so sad! Good thing she had brought real brownies too! This is so great, so stealing this Brittany!!

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Get Things Done During the Summer

Get Things Done During the Summer - A Modern Teacher

Heirloom Artists: Holly Monroefrom Heirloom Artists: Holly Monroe

Teacher's Prayer

Teacher's Prayer | Holly Monroe Calligraphy – Holly Monroe and Clifford Mansley : Heirloom Artists

This is a packet of seven different activities for students to do on or around April Fool's Day. There are writing, drawing, and reading activities...

Creative Ways to Line Up Your Class - Freebie includes quick reference cards for the teacher


Talking to Parents: What Every Teacher Needs to Know

Here are ideas for how teachers can connect effectively with parents. Click for more.

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Classroom Memes Posters Editable {Back to School, Class Rules}

Teacher meme: What if I told you lining up at the door does not make the bell ring faster? #teacherproblems


What Teachers Make…

This is the best thing I have ever seen.


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POSTED: Great list of things teachers should do (or at least, think about!)

Looking for ideas on what to give your students? This blog post has ideas for things your students will actually use!

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One Simple Tip to Organize Teacher Paperwork

Organize Teacher Paperwork with this one simple trick.

The Happy Journal: encourage some positive self-talk and give students an opportunity to reflect on the positive things going on in their lives! Great blog post! Great for any grade!

Need an idea to end the day? The End of the Day Jar has 24 questions to ask students to get them talking about their school day. This helps build community in the classroom. You can call on students to answer the questions or have them talk with a buddy.