Online teacher resources

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Twitter Party with Giveaways for MCBD 1-27–2017

This post has information about the Twitter party with Giveaways for MCBD 1-27-2017. The giveaways are books, of course, as MCBD means Multicultural Children’s Book Day. It will be at 9PM EST on that evening. Join us! Hashtags to follow are #readyourworld and #ReadYourWorld. It is a vibrant, fun and fast-paced hour of amazing conversations

Lower Case Alphabet 3-Part Cards

I wanted a set of lower case alphabet 3-part cards for helping a very emergent reader practice seeing lower case letters in words, although she isn’t reading. I found some by the artist of this blog, Surfer Kids, on Teachers Pay Teachers. (non-affiliate, non-sponsored) We have worked with the letters in isolation and I wanted

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Guide for Making Back to School a Breeze

The beginning of school is such an exciting and busy time. This post has my top 10 ideas for making back to school a breeze. I have learned much from my 28 years of teaching elementary school and would like to share some practical information and ideas. Saving time and effort helps teachers the most. The start of school can

Google Slides for the Classroom Free

Google Slide free activities. Most have interactive slides. This is a link to my post about using Google Slides from this blog if you are newer to paperless classrooms. These resources may be used at school or in homeschools with learners. This link is to a blog post with interactive slides for counting by 5’s around the clock.

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Tutankhamen Speaks by Carpinello Review and Free Student PDF

Tutankhamen Speaks was written by Cheryl Carpinello. This is a prequel to her Quest Books Companion to Sons of the Sphinx novel. Previously, I made freebies for other books by Cheryl Carpinello such as Guinevere, On the Eve of Legend at this blog post, and Young Knights of the Round Table: The King’s Ransom at this blog post. For Tutankhamen

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Montessori Crash Course has Valuable Learning

This post is about the Montessori Crash Course that has Valuable Learning. I wanted to know how to implement Montessori at home, and this class helped me learn what to do. I am a long time fan of Living Montessori Now by Deb Chitwood, and have more recently met Jo Ebisujima from My Organized Chaos

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