• 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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  • Teacher Prize Box Supplies on a Budget

    August 4, 2017

    For most of us teachers, the turning point from July to August bring us in a straight count down of every minute left in summer before school starts. Most of us are starting to set up our classrooms, get our lesson plans in line and setting up our behavior systems for the year. Last year,…

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  • Five Reasons I Can’t Sit Around During the Summer 

    July 12, 2017

    Everyone hates on teachers during the summer. I totally get it. But we need those summer days away from kids and work and thinking and solving problems for kids. We just need a brain break away. On the flip side, when you don’t have many friends or family around, it’s hard to find things to…

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  • SOL: Schools Out for Summer

    June 19, 2017

    The end of every school year is bitter sweet. It is mid-June and you are ready, the students are ready, the admin is ready, even your furniture in your classroom is ready. But it’s bitter sweet, because you don’t want them to go, but you are so tired that it just needs to end already.…

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