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Every Teacher Needs an Eggspert

If you teach in a public classroom or at the kitchen table…

If you teach wiggly pre-schoolers or willful teenagers…

If you teach math, science, English, or underwater basket-weaving… 580 more words


Monster bookmark mania (51 out of 365) #blogaday

Back when I was a camp counselor a few years ago, I made lots of fun crafts with the children that my fellow counselors taught me. 138 more words

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National Engineers Week

What does it say about my priorities that I started handing out Valentine’s Day resources in January, but I wait until National Engineers Week is practically over before I even mention it? 239 more words


Keeping the kindness (48 out of 365) #blogaday

I discovered an activity on Pinterest that involves buckets for each student on the wall that they fill with kind comments every day, and really liked it! 259 more words

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Just to be clear from the outset, this post is not about the game that prepares you for a career in Cirque de Soleil – or, in my case, a long stay in the hospital. 214 more words


Shall we go on safari? (44 out of 365) #blogaday

Since my classroom theme is going to be safari, I have started looking for ideas for how to make it really connected and standout. The… 212 more words

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Kids who like doing puzzles might like history too if they get to put together a picture of it. From a 12-piece dinosaur puzzle or 30-piece pirate ship puzzle to a 500-piece medieval castle or 1,000-piece Viking village, historic jigsaw puzzle recreations can be found in most quality toy shops. 165 more words