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Learn how to increase motivation in your middle or high school classroom with these 3 NO-FAIL strategies (with FREE downloads).
Right now, as I am writing this post, the smell of my Balsam candle fills the room. My Pandora sings me sweet Christmas classics and my tree lights are illuminating my office. I guess you could say, I am READY for Christmas! I absolutely love EVERYTHING about the month of
Hello fellow teachers! Thanks for stopping by to check out Tip #6 in my Leveling Up Learning series. If you missed ANY of the last 5 tips for Leveling Up Learning in your classroom, you can click the links below to get inspired and grab some really AWESOME freebies as
Hi teachers! This post is devoted to my fellow Physical Science edu-rockstars. It can be overwhelming trying to find labs and activities for those Physics and Chemistry concepts…believe me…..I know! I’ve taught PS for 13 years and, still, I am constantly looking for fun and engaging activities that won’t just
Want to level up learning in your Science classroom? Today, on the blog, I am sharing a student-led review activity that my students LOVE: Tumbling Towers Review. This review game is so versatile and can be used in grades 4-12 for ANY subject area. I first learned about this game from
Fall is in the air! Football, fairs and pumpkin-spice are knocking at our doors and it is my favorite time of the year. I love the cozy atmosphere of a fall decorated home and, over the years, I have begun to bring that warmth and comfort into my classroom. Replacing
What I dread MOST about going BACK TO SCHOOL is that my family survives on fast food for a good 10 months out of the year. Maybe I’m being a bit dramatic… we don’t eat fast food EVERY night of the week, but with our busy schedule (football & soccer
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This post contains affiliate links for Amazon. By purchasing an item on the Amazon site using these links, I will receive a small commission on your purchase. This commission does not affect the price of your item. For more information about my Disclosure Policy, please visit this link. Keep reading for
[[TODAY’S FREEBIE: Do It Yourself MAZE Template (scroll through to grab your FREE download)]] Welcome back to Part 3 of my Leveling Up Learning series, where I give you weekly tips that you can use in your Science instruction that is SURE to level up the learning that is taking
Hello to all of you AMAZING teachers out there! If you are reading this post, it’s likely that you are interested in taking your Science classroom to the next LEVEL! Well…..you came to the right place! This post is the second of ten activities, tips and strategies that are a