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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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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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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Just for Summer! Fun Resources for Break

Looking for activities for your children this summer? Look no further! New this year, I have created some resources for parents (and teachers) to do with their kids. I will be adding more throughout the summer, so be sure to check back for updates!Currently, I have the following printables available...Playground Challenge ChartsLicense…

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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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