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I’m a wife and proud mom of two grown-up daughters and a son-in-law. I’m all about that sweet tea life, and the calmness of our small farm is my haven. I spent over 25 blessed years enjoying the upper elementary scene. But you know what? I discovered a whole new passion – making cool stuff for fellow educators like you. Think fun, simple resources that both you and your students will absolutely love!

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Reading Response Flipbooks and Bulletin Boards

Are you looking for a fun way to engage your students when responding to reading? This is it! Your students will love creating Reading Response Flipbooks for their independent reading, literature circles, book clubs, and more! Once complete, create a fabulous display that will be the talk of your hallway! From fall to spring and more, find the flipbook you need!

“My students and I loved this resource. Students were engaged and the bulletin board was adorable.” – Jessica N.

Fun Seasonal Grammar Packets

Make your grammar fun with these easy-prep seasonal grammar packets. Such a fun way to practice and review grammar with your students this year.

“My students love these grammar packets. Grammar can be boring to learn and teach but this allows the students to be engaged.” – Bailey A.

“LIFE. SAVER. This grammar bundle is amazing! … GREAT for review and enrichment.” – Bonnie H.

Graphic Organizers

If you know me, I’m a huge fan of graphic organizers! They can help students think deeply about the text and help them retain and comprehend what they have read. Find several wonderful sets of graphic organizers in my store that will meet a variety of needs.

“The quality of your work is outstanding. You are making my planning a lot easier. These graphic organizers are worth their weight in gold.” – Williette H.

“My class was reading Treasure Island and having a hard time differentiating characters and keeping up with the story. I pulled three character sheets from this resource and it changed how my class responded to the text; they were able to organize their thoughts and are now fully engaged in the story. This is one of my favorite purchases of the year” – Megan Y.

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