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Organize Your Desktop: Tutorial

Computer desktops tend to get a bit messy. Saving files and keeping files convenient is the best part about using your desktop. However, using a desktop organizer can help keep everything organized an in place. These organizers have been floating around the last few months on IG, Facebook and TpT.

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Organizing Your Books for Book Clubs

It’s time for another Bright Ideas Linky! This is seriously one of my favorite days of the month. Grab a cup of coffee, notebook/pen and hop along the linky to see tons of Bright Ideas! I am addicted to books. I love doing book clubs in my classroom and I

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Tips for 1:1 Technology

I want to share some tips on how you can start to implement 1:1 technology in your classroom. This post applies to anyone currently with 1:1 technology (you can always try new strategies at the beginning of the school year), anyone that has at least one student device in your

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Finding News to Use in your Classroom

Nothing motivates my students more than reading about some current events. Finding “kid-appropriate” news can be a tricky task for teachers though. Sending students out on various websites might end up with them reading something that is vulgar, above their level or irrelevant. Here are my go-to websites and apps

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Bright Idea- Organizing Task Cards

I am linking up today with the Bright Ideas Link Up! I am so excited to be a part of this great hop and I can’t wait to grab a cup of coffee and start reading these posts. Seriously… Bright Idea Saturdays are my favorite Saturday of the month! Grab

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Using explore.org!

This website (explore.org)is completely amazing. It offers LIVE webcams of a variety of different animals. My students love to click into the app to see what animals are around the cams at that time. It is the go-to app during free-choice time. My students are so intrigued because you never

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