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winner winner chicken dinner

this is gonna be short & sweet because my entire life has just about turned upside down. more on that soooooon ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ ๐Ÿ™‚ Congrats Rae from Mindful Rambles on winning the giveaway! Need your e-mail, girl! ๐Ÿ™‚

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Phonics Interactive Notebooks for Short Vowels {Follower Giveaway – enter to win!}

I love love love teaching phonics to my littles and struggling readers, but it can be super boring for them sometimes unless we play games or make it hands on somehow.. Introducing…… My first installment of my Phonics Interactive Notebook! SHORT VOWELS! Click any of the pictures to view on TPT! Scroll down to here…

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Guess what today is….

I’m at the beach so forgive me for not posting a lot.. I had to post this though.. They should do this for teachers..

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DIY Pinwheel Wreath Tutorial {Monday Made It}

This is going to be a super quick Monday Made It post because I am on vacation! ๐Ÿ™‚ I made this wreath to hang up in one of my classroom windows or on the door. The pinwheels are super easy to make. You can use double sided scrapbook paper, or just glue to sheets together!…

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Sunday Funday Instagrammies

How it works: All you need to do to link up is show off your favorite school related & non-school related Instagram photos from the week! If you follow me on Instagram, you know I love taking pics & I looove all the fun apps there are to pretty up my photos! I can’t wait…

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A Strategy & A Snack: Warning Signal and Homemade Garlic Hummus!

Hi all! Incase you didn’t catch this last week, I’ve decided to host my own little linky on Saturdays! For this linky, just write up a quickie post about one of your favorite classroom strategies and share about a favorite snack you like to make! With football season approaching, I need some new ideas for…

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Be Proactive: Staying ahead of the scheduling mayhem

At the beginning of the school year, creating your schedule as a special educator can be daunting, especially if you are doing a mixture of co-teaching and in resource setting, and your schedule depends on everyone elseโ€™s schedules. Although your schedule will change throughout the year, getting organized before school starts will benefit you tremendously, and give…

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DIY Paper Lanterns & Pinwheel Wreath Tutorials

As a continuation of yesterdays post, I would like to show you how I made my paper lanterns! Next month, these lovelies will be hanging in my classroom! If you would like to see other items I have created for my classroom, click on the pictures below to go to the tutorials! Stay tuned for…

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DIY Paper Pinwheels Tutorial {Monday Made It}

Don’t paper pinwheels just make you smile? For my classroom this year, I wanted the atmosphere to be cheerful & happy, but I didn’t want to use a specific theme or set on certain colors. Rather, I just wanted my room to be a definition of my style, which is very shabby chic/vintage mixed with…

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I finally got a Facebook page!

I finally got a facebook page! Like me on facebook to receive updates on the blog, freebies, and giveaways! A “fan only” freebie page is in the works, so be sure that you don’t miss out! Click on the picture below to go to the page!

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