Martin Luther King is such an inspiring person. It is important to explore and learn about his life in whatever grade level you are in. Over the years, I’ve collected a ton of content, projects and activities to use in any grade level I might be teaching. I’m going to share a couple of resources […]

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With back to school in full swing (Washington kiddos just went back to school last week), all the teachers I know are running around trying to find the best way to use their time, get to know your new class, and get some academics in. My back to school writing crafts are the perfect way […]

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Emojis have become one of my favorite forms of communication. 😎 I know that probably isn’t the best way of communication for someone who speaks through text almost all the time with her clients, let alone a teacher, but I can’t lie, they are just fun! They makeΒ me happy! πŸ™‚ When I first started working […]

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Happy October! I’m excited to share my October themed writing crafts, perfect for any writer in your classroom. How do you celebrate this month in your classroom? My kiddos usually love to write about the changes happening around us (it’s beautiful here in Seattle during the fall) so they drive their inspiration from their surroundings. […]

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Each year, as a child, I would spend time at the Earth Day fair in my hometown. This helped build a love for the Earth and celebrating Earth Day. There was something about going to the fairs and learning about how to save the earth, how to plant and care for certain plants, how to […]

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Those lucky little leprechauns will be coming around in a few short days! How do you celebrate in your classroom? My ELL students were given a choice this time around: Narrative or Informational. They decided they wanted to work on informational writing and so I began to prep for their Leprechaun learning this week. Although […]

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