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Reading Groups Accountability

Have you ever tried student-led reading groups in your classroom? Have you ever felt like your students were not putting forth their best effort? Using student-led reading groups can be motivating for your students but extremely hard for you to monitor all of the groups at the same time. By

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Tips for Watching Videos Safely

Do you show short videos during your lessons? I LOVE showing videos!! They are engaging and they can bring my students to so many new places and give them amazing learning opportunities. I just hate the ads, links to other videos and comments that are always appearing. Sometimes some of

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Ideas for Teaching about Martin Luther King Jr.

My students love learning about Martin Luther King, Jr. and I love teaching all about him. In our classroom, we spend a whole week focusing on his life and all of the things that he did for our country. I use videos, picture books and a project to really make

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Making Cookie Cutter Ornaments in the Classroom

Looking for an easy parent gift during the holiday season? These cookie cutter ornaments are so easy to make (plus they are super cheap) and parents just love them! Make the dough at home for an even easier time in the classroom! Keep reading to find out just how easy

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Creating a Compliment Classroom

Teaching involves so much more than just math, reading, science and social studies. We are nurturing little humans and it is crucial to develop a community that is conducive to giving compliments. The year always starts off with community building. A part that often gets forgotten is teaching kids how

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