Learning How to Prioritize and Letting Go of the Rest

Easy Ways to Prioritize Daily Tasks for Teachers

How do you prioritize daily tasks? Time and energy play a huge part in my passion for teaching. I’m often overwhelmed by my never-ending to-do list, and constantly spinning my wheels while feeling like I’m never going to catch up. In the book, Unshakeable by Angela Watson, she discusses our

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How to Make a Mother's Day Flower Pen

Mother’s Day Craft for Teachers: Cheap and Easy!

  It’s almost Mother’s Day, and my students spent yesterday working on a special craft just for mom! I make these flower pens with my class every year, and they’re always a HIT! I love how they turn out, and the best part is that they are C-H-E-A-P to make!

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Finding the Perfect End of Year Awards for Students

The Perfect Editable End-of-Year Awards for Students

End-of-year awards don’t have to be stressful. End-of-year awards don’t have to be stressful. If you’re looking for awards and certificates for your students that are super quick and easy to print – then I have you covered! It’s not always easy to find the “PERFECT” award for every student.

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Top 10 Web Tools to Use in the Classroom

TOP 10 Popular Web Tools to Use in the Classroom

These 10 web tools are just a few of my favorite online resources to use in the classroom. From parent communication to collaborating with students from the comfort of your own couch – these internet tools are a must-have for any teacher. 10 Popular Web Tools to Use in the

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Multiplication Apps for iPads

Multiplication Apps for the iPad

I teach 4th grade, and if you know anything about 4th grade you know that this is where the memorization of multiplication facts takes place! This is a bear to teach because you just can’t “make” a child memorize. I start at the beginning of each year with one minutes

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10 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

10 Ways to Avoid Teacher Burnout

Why did I want to be a teacher?   I’m sure we all experience teacher burnout at some point. If you haven’t, more than likely you will. I asked myself this question several times last year. With 13 years of teaching under my belt and stress levels high enough to

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