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We're a diverse group of A+ Collaborating Educators sharing our best contributions to the great world of education. Look for our literacy, math, social studies, foreign languages, science, and arts and crafts education resources and techniques to make teaching your students and children easier and FUN! We hope you enjoy our test taking tips, Common Core Standards solutions, classroom management ideas, and more classroom and homeschool education solutions. (Pinners: One Pin a Day)
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Apples and Appleseed Unit from Teacher to the Core! 2 Little Books, 7 math and…

More than just a graph-Upping the rigor in graphing and a trick to blow your mind!

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Lifetime Follow the Yellow Brick Road Name Practice Sheets

A literacy center MUST!!! A child's name is one of the most important first…

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HOW TO HOST A BOOK TASTING EVENT #backtoschool #strugglingreaders

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BEFORE You Tell the Teacher... how to teach your class to solve problems first

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Close Reading - FREE Download to Explain What It Is - HoJo

Are you struggling with Close Reading in your elementary classroom? Then the tips and ideas at this blog post are sure to help you out! You'll get a free download that will make the entire concept easier!

Close Reading - What's It All About? - Hojo's Teaching Adventures

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orange themed ten frame activity

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Science Task Card Bundle

Science Task Card Bundle. These task cards are great for sub. plans, scavenger hunts, review, rotations, stations, partner work, or independent study.

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The pioneers were the first people to settle in the frontiers of North America. The majority of pioneers came from Europe, although pioneers had many different jobs. Some were farmers, missionaries…

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