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Plant Activities-Featured in the TeachersPayTeachers Newsletter!

  We are in the TeachersPayTeachers Newsletter! We are so excited to be featured in the TeachersPayTeachers Newsletter this week! They picked a great time to choose our plant bundle with spring just around the corner. This plant unit includes science, math and literacy activities that can be used in kindergarten, first grade and second

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Blog Hop for Elementary

Leap into Learning Blog Hop

Leap into Learning Blog Hop Leap into Learning Blog Hop is where you hop from one blog to the next, and the best part of that is you will receive a great free teaching resource from every blog you hop to.  These forever freebies can be used at anytime during the year no matter the

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St.Patrick's Day Books

Great St.Patrick’s Day Books for Elementary Students

This post contains affiliate links. If you click on one of my affiliate links and make a purchase, I may receive a small commission. St. Patrick’s Day Books I love reading these St.Patrick’s Day books to my students. They are all under $10 so they are very affordable. They are also Prime, so if you

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Dollar deals

Elementary Dollar Deals

 Dollar Deals I love watching the Super Bowl with my friends and family. My son is so excited that his team, San Francisco is finally in it this year! He has always supported them. I have to be honest though, my favorite part of the Super Bowl is the commercials. How about you? Well, I

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How to teach money

How to Teach Counting Money

  Teach Money Daily I begin teaching money on the first day of school and then I teach it daily. I put up a penny on a coin chart and I introduce the penny and tell my students that it is worth one cent. Then my students take turns putting a penny on the chart

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Scoot games sale

Scoot Game Sale

What is Scoot? Scoot is a fun and engaging game that gets students up and moving. We were so excited to start creating these games once I saw how much my students loved them! They are task cards that you place on each desk and the kids move from desk to desk to solve problems

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