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Indoor Recess: 20+ FUN Ideas to Save Your Sanity

There are many reasons that you may need to resort to having indoor recess. Rain, snow, sleet, and freezing temperatures all can put a big damper on going outdoors. I personally hate indoor recess; the noise, the moving around, the close quarters, the inability for the kids to get their

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Why You Should Use Games to Spiral the Standards

  I love games! Since I started teaching, I’ve always loved making review and practice fun in my classroom. Students love games, too. With everything students are expected to learn and remember each year, I believe it’s super fun and important to use games to spiral the standards. So, why

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Rounding Activities

Rounding Activities Kids Will Love

Rounding numbers always seems to be a challenge for many of my students each year.  We create anchor charts, practice, and play games until they finally start to get it.  Today I’m going to talk to you about a few of the rounding activities we did to review rounding.  We

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Print ALL THE THINGS in Color on a Budget

Do you see all the colorful things on Teachers Pay Teachers and Pinterest and wish you had the budget and the color ink to be able to print them?!  Well, I’m here to tell you that you can!  My school had zero options for printing in color but I wanted

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Fit Brag Tags into Your Already Busy Day!

I’m back with my third and final post about Brag Tags or Braggin Badges…for now anyway 🙂 This time I’m talking about how I squeeze Brag Tags into an already busy schedule.  We’ve already talked about how to get them started and organizing them in my two previous posts.  So now

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Getting Organized with Brag Tags

Hey all!  I’m back here to give you some more information about Brag Tags…how to get organized with them!  In my last post, we talked about getting them ready to use for classroom management before the school year starts so you can be ready to encourage and motivate your students from

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