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4 Fabulous Ideas for Teaching Theme

Teaching theme in fourth grade is not easy, but it is very rewarding to see the students’ little light bulbs come on! In my experience, students need many opportunities to find theme in stories, and I love giving my students a variety of ways to do this.   Picture Books

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Four (Plus) Fabulous Bulletin Board Border Ideas

Whether you are looking for inspiration for creative borders to complete your bulletin board or need some unique and interesting ideas, these creative bulletin board border ideas will add a flair to your bulletin board creations!       I love bulletin boards! To be truthful, I have always begun planning my bulletin boards

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Why I Never Post Rules in My Classroom

I never post rules in my classroom? I know. I know! This sounds completely crazy! Posting rules is a must in every classroom, or is it? In my early years of teaching, I always posted my 5 rules. They were large and visible on a prominent wall in the classroom. I

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4 Fabulous 3D Bulletin Board Ideas

What do feather boas, pompom shakers, chain links, and tissue paper all have in common? Bulletin boards! That’s what! I work with an amazing group of teachers. Not only are they amazing at teaching and working with our sweet kiddos, but they are pretty amazing decorators as well. and this

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My Classroom Reveal {2016}

Well, we all not only survived, but I truthfully fully enjoyed my first week of school. Our school district begins school on a Wednesday, which is fabulous. This way teachers can establish routines and have time to get to know the students. When next week comes, everyone is ready to dive in and

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Teaching Nonfiction Reading Strategies: One Pager

My students have had a fabulous time learning about the Statue of Liberty. In fact, my friend who cuts my hair told me that some of my students came into her beauty shop telling her all about the information they had learned about the Statue of Liberty! Now that makes me want

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