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Fuuny how many people think that being a prek teacher is "so easy" and unimportant...if only they were familiar with brain based research demonstrating just how critical these first years are to estsblishing life long habits in all domains!

Great midweek inspiration! quote by @Preston McGee McGee McGee Morgan poster by @Krissy Mummert Mummert Mummert Venosdale

For all the teachers who have ever found a way to help me enjoy learning. This is for you! And especially to mom, who finds ways every day to have fun in the classroom and at home. Love you!

I would like to frame this and give it to my team members as a back to school gift. :-) Good Idea, Teaching Sisters.

Because your dentist is not woth you every day for 10 months out of the year. Teachers are supposed know evety students strengths and weaknesses...

IF A DOCTOR, LAWYER, OR DENTIST HAD 40 PEOPLE IN HIS OFFICE AT ONE TIME, ALL OF WHOM HAD DIFFERENT NEEDS, AND SOME OF WHOM DIDN'T WANT TO BE THERE AND WERE CAUSING TROUBLE, AND THE DOCTOR, LAWYER, OR DENTIST, WITHOUT ASSISTANCE, HAD TO TREAT THEM ALL WITH PROFESSIONAL EXCELLENCE FOR NINE MONTHS, THEN HE MIGHT HAVE SOME CONCEPTION OF THE CLASSROOM TEACHER'S JOB. ~DONALD D. QUINN

Krissy Venosdale {Venspired} | Teaching, Learning, & Life | Page 2 Beautiful! Exactly how I feel.

Teacher Gift - The Best Teachers Original print in distressed Turquoise/Teal/Aqua - 8x10 Holiday Christmas Gift Under 25. $15.00, via Etsy.

Teaching: The only profession where you steal supplies from home and bring them to work. ;)

Teaching the most unappreciated job in the world as far as money goes!!!

Once a child is in my class, I will always refer to him as "one of my kids" - even when he's grown.