• 5 Important Questions Parents Should Ask At Conferences

    November 14, 2017

    It is that time of year again and parent teacher conferences are in the air! Going in prepared is as important for a parent as it is for a teacher. I have no yet attended a parent teacher conference as a parent yet since my daughter is only 3 but I do know that there…

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  • 5 Tips to Surviving Parent Teacher Conferences

    November 12, 2017

    As a teacher, parent teacher conferences are the least fun part of our job. Who wants to go through grades, classroom work, talking to parents and all that jazz? Definitely no teacher ever. As we approach the first conferences of the year, it is important that teachers go in with plans and ideas. Here are…

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  • Educational Math Games

    September 11, 2017

    As the school year gets back into the swing of things, finding educational math games is hard to do, especially fun ones! In third grade we are beginning multiplication so trying to find games that are fun and not too hard for them to understand is really difficult. Anything that I can find to get my kiddos…

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  • Eating for a Cure

    August 29, 2017

        Do you know a friend or family member that is battling cancer?  Sometimes it is really hard to try to find a way to help them, even though there isn’t much you can personally do besides be there for them and love them.  I know it’s hard to be in a situation where…

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  • Week 3: still feeling like I'm drowning 

    September 18, 2016

    The first full week of teaching and I feel like I am so behind !  I caught up on lesson plans just to find out I have to switch them all.  I am figuring out my new teaching style with a new curriculum and it’s extremely difficult because I have one who is doing this…

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