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The Supreme List of Community Helpers Essentials

We had so much fun celebrating our wonderful community helpers!   1. Community Helpers Book We started by reading this Community Helper book which is included in our Community Helpers unit. My students took turns reading the pages.  One of my students read “He builds our houses” The rest of the class tried to guess

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3 Easy Ways to Make a Real Difference

Hello wonderful teacher peeps! We owe you a gimongous thank you.  Yes that’s how excited I am, I am making up words.  Thanks to your support in our teacherspayteachers store, we were able to contribute $200 to RiseUp this month.  I think this video sums up our sentiments: A New Challenge We are so thrilled

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Snowmen At Night

This is one of my favorite winter books! I read it to my class pretty much every year.  It is adorable and they absolutely love it!  Knowing what it is to be a teacher, I understand how valuable it is to have multiple great activities for one resource.  Here are a few of my favorites:

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Be a Literacy Genius in Just 30 minutes per Day

Why Hello There Teacher Extraordinaire! By now you are back in full swing as you teach those little energy nuggets all kinds of academic and life lessons. But, where on Earth does all that time go? Before you know it, it’s the end of the day, you’re exhausted, and you just hope and pray they

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The #1 Reason We Aren’t Giving to Charity Anymore

That’s right.  It is a new year and we have a new direction. We no longer wish to give to charity as a part of our business model.  The reason for this is that we’ve decided as a company to live charitably! What does that mean, you ask?  Well it means that we are now contributing

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Happy New Year Deals and FREEBIE!

Wow Y’all! I can’t believe that 2017 is almost over and what a year it has been! I decided to retire after 32 years of teaching to devote more time to creating resources for the children I love so much!  It was such a difficult decision and it took me a few years to actually

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