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Fun and Educational Gift Ideas for kids

28 November, 2017

Holiday Savings from Memory Joggers! Looking for fun and educational gift ideas for your little learners? Let Memory Joggers help! We are offering cash off ...
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Thought for the Day, 365 writing prompts for students

16 August, 2015

When I was teaching in the elementary grades, I used quotations and sayings as a writing prompt every day. I began each morning with a ...
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Categories: Book Reviews, Writing

Mindfulness in a Device Distracted World

22 March, 2015

See more pictures of the book, Sidewalk Flowers. I subscribe to Brain Pickings Weekly which is an informative and inspirational email I receive each week. ...
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How to Communicate with Parents

31 December, 2014

The Value of Take-Home-Journals Keeping parents up to date on what is going on in the classroom is imperative as a teacher. My most successful ...
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Lafcadio by Shel Silverstein Book Review

27 July, 2014

Lafcadio, the Lion Who Shot Back by Shel Silverstein Lafcadio, is my favorite read-aloud book. Every year when school starts, I pull out my well-worn ...
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Categories: Book Reviews, Writing

5 More Journal Writing Prompts

12 May, 2014

Here are 5 more inspiring writing prompts to get your students thinking…. 1. “Don’t judge a book by it’s cover.”  What do you think that ...
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Categories: Writing

Journal Writing Prompts for May

12 May, 2014

Journal writing is the best way to teach students to express themselves. It’s short, to the point and if there are thought provoking questions, children  ...
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Categories: Writing

Journal Writing – Just for Fun!

29 July, 2011

This is a sure-fire way to get your child writing. Buy 2 little blank books. One for your child and one for you. Talk about ...
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Journal Writing for Reluctant Writers

17 May, 2010

Writing can be daunting.  So much to remember –  spelling, punctuation, paragraphs, opening sentence, closing sentence and all that stuff in between!  Our reluctant writers ...
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Why I Wrote Thought for the Day

8 April, 2010

I love inspiring children to write.  During my years in the classroom, I began every morning with an inspiring “Thought for the Day.”  Students wrote ...
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