What’s the Moral of the Story?

FREEBIE ALERT!I have a new resource you'll definitely want to add to your reading response collection! It's for students to describe the moral of the story.This printable is great for responding to fables, especially, this organizer is simple, yet effective. It requires your students to write the title of the story, the…

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The Grandest Gesture of All: Consistency

Grand gestures are great (believe me, I swoon every time Jack Pearson does something sweet on This Is Us just as much as the rest of you), but isn't there something to be said about the little, consistent gestures of love that people do every day?It might be difficult to notice, pinpoint, or…

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Keeping Your SEO Keywords Organized

Finding the best keywords to get your blog or online shop noticed doesn't have to be tricky.After you've determined the best keywords for your posts or product descriptions, you can end up feeling bombarded by keyword phrases, keyword variations, and long-tail words to keep track of... Not to mention hashtags you could…

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Printable Games for Teachers

Want to get to know your colleagues better at a team meeting? Are you a principal looking to get your teachers up and talking to each other at a faculty meeting or PD session? Are you trying to build a sense of community in your school among your coworkers? Want to get some laughs or…

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Practicing Letters with Alphabet Printables

I am super excited to announce that I have been working hard for the past month on some alphabet printables and they are almost complete! I have been posting as I've been finishing them, but I got so impatient that I already posted my bundle and you can snag it from my…

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My [Super Duper] Simple TpT Advice

Time is a valuable asset, especially in the world of Teachers Pay Teachers. Many of us are full-time teachers and this is just our side-gig. We don't have a full-time work week set aside for creating, managing our stores, and marketing. We come home tired from teaching all day and need a…

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Creative Activities with Sidewalk Chalk

Sidewalk chalk: a summer staple in the home of many children. But after drawing some pictures and writing your names in bubble letters, what else can you do? Check out some ideas for ways you can use your sidewalk chalk today!Obstacle Course or MazeDraw a maze big enough for you to walk…

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10 Tips to Beat Stress When You’re Overwhelmed

Stress.  From Tony Soprano or Homer Simpson, no one is immune to feeling overwhelmed from time to time. I know a lot of teachers in particular who get stressed out over the balancing act they constantly have to master in their busy jobs. I thought the end of the school year would…

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Summer Journal Prompts

Are you trying to keep your students or children writing over the summer, but finding it challenging to come up with topics for them to write about? Encourage them to start a summer journal (seriously, you can grab a composition book from Walmart for less than a buck!) and use the prompts…

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