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Fun Science for the Classroom

Do you feel the struggle to create fun science lessons that are engaging for your students but you have horrible resources or none at all? I know I sure did! I knew I had to find a balance between the…

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FREE Summer Reading Logs

Help your students stay on top of their game this summer with these fun summer reading logs! Students will love coloring in the sweet pictures after they read a book or have a book read to them. There are 2…

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Fun and Engaging Pom Pom Math Centers

What math manipulative is colorful, quiet, inexpensive, easy to clean up and oodles of fun?  Pom Poms!  I love working with pom poms, whether it is for a fun craft or a quick game, they are the perfect tool.  My…

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Story Elements for Kids

Understanding story elements is a great way to help students improve their reading comprehension.  Reading comprehension is vital in reading development so it is beneficial for students to have a good grasp on story elements from a young age.  I…

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Valentine’s Day Math Fun!

I love celebrating Valentine’s Day in the classroom, it is such a great time for students to show how much they care for one another.  I love all of the handwritten cards and sweet treats, it is such a happy…

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Reading Goals for a New Year

Heading back to school after the holiday break reminds me of how I felt back at the beginning of the school year.  I am filled with a renewed sense of ambition, energy, and excitement.  It’s amazing how some family time…

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Fiction vs Nonfiction

Oh, bulletin boards…a love/hate relationship.  I love doing bulletin boards, but sometimes things get so hectic it becomes tough to change them every month.  With that being said, I am pretty lucky because I don’t have an actual bulletin board….

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Soapy Sight Words

I am totally in love with word work this year!  I have always enjoyed it, but this year I am trying extra hard to make every day totally hands-on and loads of fun.  One activity that my students and I…

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Anchor Charts for Kindergarten

Teachers and students love anchor charts!  I love anchor charts for kindergarten and use them for everything! They are amazing for reading and writing to remind students of routines, procedures, and important information they should remember. They are also great…

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Lindsay Keegan

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