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January Visual Lesson Plans

I’m not really a “resolution” person; however, going into this new year, I do have one major goal… be a better planner. I have never been wonderful at lesson planning. Thankfully, my mind has always been able to hold a TON of information at once (teacher’s brains can do that), and I’ve always “planned” a…

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Simple STEM Activities for SPED Students

The STEM craze has swept the education world within the past few years. Students are becoming little engineers in their classrooms, putting together crazy cool buildings and systems, but what about our special education students? With fine motor issues, as well as difficulty with more “open-ended” activities, how can we provide STEM opportunities to our…

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No Mess Recycled Cardboard Ornaments with Kwik Stix

Ever since I discovered the magic of Amazon Prime, I saw no need to go to the store for anything I could easily get in two days. This year, ALL of my Christmas shopping was done on the couch. Needless to say, my house is currently flooded with a million broken down cardboard boxes. While…

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Crazy Old Lady, Sleepy Bear, Silly Turkey, Snowmen, and a Hat: December Book List

Can you feel Christmas coming?! I love wrapping the year up with some of these sweet books with my kiddos right before that AMAZING and much needed several days off for holiday break. Check out what we will be reading for the month of December below (affiliate links provided). Bear Stays Up For Christmas by Karma…

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