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In the Car Activities

A fellow teacher friend shared this idea a few years ago and I love it! Kids spend an outrageous amount of time on the go! Why not turn that into some extra learning time? I simply print it onto colored cardstock and laminate. It's included in the First Day Folder

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100 Summer Activities for Kids to Keep Learning

Summer is here and maybe you're hearing, “I'm Bored!” Here are two ways to make sure your kiddos are keepin' busy {and learning a bit!} You can make an “I'm Bored!” Jar. Super simple to make… and it'll give your child something to do right away! Grab the I'm Bored FREEBIE! Another great

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It's Finally Friday!

Wooohoooo…it's finally Friday! This has been a cr-aaaaa-zzzzzy busy week {especially since it was a short week!} You can read part of the reason {here}. This is a long post, but there are a few freebies scattered throughout! Money has been a super tricky concept in my class this year. I'm not

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Getting Acquainted {FREEBIE}

At the beginning of the year, I love to send home this questionnaire to give parents an opportunity to share more about their child. Sign up below to grab this FREEBIE {and a whole bunch of other goodies for Back to School}! Need other Back to School Ideas? Check out 6

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US Symbols Ideas

Another busy week – we're just packin' in all we can before the end of the year! We finished up our US Symbols Unit by discussing the Liberty Bell. We followed up the discussion with torn art bells.  To make it a bit easier, I photocopied the outline of the

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Preventing Summer Slide!

Bring on summer! While we're on the subject of summer, I've been thinking of how I'm going to make sure my kids hold on to everything I've taught them. {Okay, they won't remember it all, but I'd love for them to head off to second grade with their teachers thinking

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