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Smart Eats: A New Blog Series

Happy Sunday!  Doesn't it always come around much too quickly? I would like to introduce you to my new blog project (if you can call it that).  I'm going to …

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Upper elementary ideas to teach character traits and character conflict using anchor charts, interactive notebook templates, and task cards.

Characters, Characters, and more Characters: How To Teach Character Traits & Character Conflict

We have gone a little character crazy in my room.  We went over Character Traits which I talked a little bit about HERE, but we have been going strong learning …

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Teaching Exponents

We have been busy in math working on exponents!  I have an accelerated 5th grade group, so we needed to cover 5th and 6th grade standards on exponents.  We haven't …

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Getting busy!

We had such a busy week this week, but I feel like we got so much accomplished in such a short time!  I wanted to share our week here, if …

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Back to School Math!

Hello!  Radio silence, anyone?  It can only mean one thing… back to school!  We began last week, and it has been go, go, go ever since.  I wanted to stop …

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Anchor Chart Tips & Tricks

It's no secret that I have a “thing” for anchor charts.  My readers know it, my students know it, my colleagues know it, my husband knows it… I can't help …

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