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bloglovin switch!

hi all! since google reader is going bye-bye, here is the option to start following me through bloglovin I am linking up with Tori over at Tori’s teaching tips to help spread the word about the move! Head on over for some easy step-by-step directions for making the switch {whether you are a blog writer…

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It’s no secret… #teacherslovetarget

For teachers, Target is like heaven on earth. It is where we find our cutesie clothes, home candy, & all things teachery {helllllo dollar spot!}. All on a teacher’s budget. I personally make up excuses 2-3X per week just to take that 5 minute trip out to Target, just because I just never know what I will…

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Saturday isn’t just for Kate Spade…

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DIY Chevron Corkboard {tons of pics!}

I don’t think it is a secret that I love all things CHEVRON.  I’m a bit obsessed, but not too obsessed to spend a bazillion bucks on something I could easily make myself. Here are the easiest directions I could come up to make this cutie.  It’s so big and perfect for a classroom to…

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Working together for the benefit of the students: Collaboration in the classroom from a special educator’s point of view

Happy Birthday to me!! As a SPED teacher, I have been given the opportunity to work with a ton of different teachers. Sometimes these relationships can be challenging at first until you get to know and understand each other, while sometimes you click with each other like peanut butter and jelly! Come visit me at…

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Lock in Success – Student Gift for soon to be Middle Schoolers!

My 4th grade students are leaving me to embark on a new journey at the middle school. At the middle school, they will have lockers so one of the items they have to purchase for next year is a lock. So here was my end of the year graduation gift to them! These were super…

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