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Teaching Kindergarten: 6 Ways To Promote Great Writing

It’s an amazing blessing to have a front row seat to the transformation that takes place in a kindergarten student’s communication skills. Some come to the classroom with very few words in their spoken vocabularies and leave for first grade … Continue reading

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Thank You Mrs. Johnson

Fifth grade was the hardest year of my school experience. I struggled academically. I worried socially. I went on an emotional roller coaster daily. Until fifth grade, I had made good grades without really having to study too hard and … Continue reading

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Teaching Kindergarten…Fall Home Living Station

Here are some Fall Home Living ideas that our kindergarten group started last year… Fall has arrived! We are embracing it and celebrating it in kindergarten. Some of my wonderful kindergarten partner teachers and I  got the ball rolling for … Continue reading

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Teaching Kindergarten: ABC’s, 123’s, and OMG’s!

  And by O.M.G., I mean oh my goodness! 😉 We are a rare breed. We dry homesick tears, patch skinned-up knees and elbows, supervise two restrooms at once, and tie millions of shoes. We soothe troubled children and we … Continue reading

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