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Teaching Kindergarten…I’m Through With Time Out And Pulling Cards

Or moving pins, or giving conduct checks, sad faces, stars, whatever you want to call it. I’m through with it, and I have ten years of reasons to share with all of you cringing teachers right now! I know what … Continue reading

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The Miracle of Words

This morning I witnessed a miracle in my classroom. In the span of a few moments, faces were lifted, bonds were made, and friendships were salvaged. The year is coming to an end. Some weeks it feels as if first … Continue reading

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Teaching Kindergarten: ‘Twas The Week Before Christmas

I can’t believe that the school year is half over! Time really does fly when you are having fun, and I have had so much fun this year teaching kindergarten students and learning from them at the same time. It … Continue reading

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Teaching Kindergarten…Why I Got Rid of Rules

Growing up, I was a rule follower to the core. I still have tendencies to follow the “rules”. In fact, just typing in the title of my post today made me cringe a little! Rules are important to maintain order … Continue reading

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