Football Activities for Kids: Keep Learning All Season

So your favorite team is scoring big this season... How do you keep your students focused on learning when they have football fever? Integrate football into their daily classwork! Check out the football activities for kids I created today. I don't know how your football team is doing, but it's a very…

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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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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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25 Summer Tips for TpT Sellers

Summer… A time to relax, go to the beach, read whatever you want, sleep in, and… Oh wait, scratch that. You’re a teacher-author on Teachers Pay Teachers. You may be out of the classroom for a little while, but you’re not off the hook completely.While summer is a slower time for many…

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No Prep Graphic Organizers for Elementary Math

Do you use graphic organizers in all areas of your curriculum? I know we often utilize them in reading and writing lessons, but they are fabulous tools for any subject. They even work great in math activities! A sequencing organizer can be used to plan out the steps of a multi-step problem.…

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A Letter to the New Class

I have been slowly returning to the classroom after being home with my boys for several months. It's an interesting experience walking into school at the end of the year when a lot of students have checked out and want to be out enjoying the weather instead of inside learning.I know some…

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Easter Activities

Easter is fast approaching (even though it seems like it's taking forever this year since it's so late!). If you're not one of the schools that is already on spring break, you may be looking for some activities with an Easter theme to do with your students this week. Check out some…

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10 Habits to Achieve Success as a Teacher-Author

If you work from home, you might have a difficult time keeping yourself on track. I’ve found success with my Teachers Pay Teachers store by doing the following ten habits to set goals, meet deadlines, and achieve the dreams I have for my own business.#1: Stay organized. Making lists, keeping notes, maintaining…

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Teachers Pay Teachers Sale!

Mark your calendars!There is a site-wide sale on Teachers Pay Teachers coming up this Tuesday and Wednesday, February 26th and 27th! I will have everything in my store marked down, even my bundles!Use promo code TICKTOCK to save up to 25% off your favorite products.So ready those wish lists and check your…

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Task Card Activities & Ideas

There are many ways to use task cards in your classroom that can fit your students’ needs. My sets always include 32 task cards per pack (eight 4-card pages) to work with many students and easily differentiate your instruction. Some activities use the task cards digitally, but I always suggest printing, laminating,…

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