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Fun and Educational Gift Ideas for kids

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 on all of our products. Check out these ideas…. Multiplication/Division Story Cards to make memorizing the facts super easy! $29.95 Multiplication/Division Basic Learning System. Includes story cards plus memorizing 10,…

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Avoid 3rd Grade Math Anxiety in the Fall

Going back to school means building on the concepts learned last year. But what if your child was a little shaky on some of those math concepts? Avoid 3rd grade math anxiety in the fall by knowing which concepts your child should master by the end of the summer. There are several areas which can be extra-tricky for…

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Fun Activities for the Last Day of School

I don’t know who is more excited about the last day of school – the kids or the teacher!  I read a blog by Janelle Cox on About.com/education and it reminded me of a fun activity I always used on the last day of school.  Janelle’s blog is full of great ideas and you can read it in…

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Teaching Supplies at a Discount!

I was impressed with this bundle of books from Knowledge Box Central. It’s a bundle of teaching tools on Money and Math, a value of $35.00 on sale now for $8.99! There’s a great blog about How to Talk to Kids About Money. What I like about this bundle is the span of grades it covers,…

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Thought for the Day, 365 writing prompts for students

BLOG Post 11/06/12 – Memorizing Inspiring Thoughts | BLOG Post 04/08/10 – Why I Wrote Thought for the Day | BLOG Post 07/30/09 – My New Book 'Thought for the Day' is published!

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 positive and challenging thought. After I retired, I wanted to share these writing prompts with teachers and parents, to use with their children. I organized them using a different character-building theme…

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Mindfulness in a Device Distracted World

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. It is put out by Maria Popova, a well known writer, and this is what she says in her “about” page ” Brain Pickings is my one-woman labor of love…

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The Marble Jar – Positive Classroom Management

Giving students rewards for good behavior far out-weighs the negative approach. The first year I taught,  there was chaos in my classroom. I tried writing names on the board of those who were disruptive, and that didn’t work.   I tried every classroom management trick I could think of but they were all negative and…

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Using Comics to Visualize and Remember

Using Comics to Visualize and Remember I don’t know if you are like me but I love to learn new things. I’ve been reading some wonderful articles about the STEM and STEAM programs but when I have a lot to do (which is always), I begin to zone-out with all the educational jargon. Just give…

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10 Memory Techniques to Boost Students’ Learning

Today I am sharing ideas from an article I read in The Guardian, Teacher’s Network,  by Jonathan Hancock*, world renown memory expert, author and teacher. Remembering information isn’t something that just “happens”, it is a technique. As teachers, we provide lots of hands-on methods to help children understand the concept, and yes, they get the…

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Learn How to Memorize Addition Facts!

I’m an avid user of Pinterest but I am shocked to see so many postings teaching children how to count on their fingers or use touch math. Whatever happened to teaching children to Memorize Addition facts?  Maybe we should take a closer look at how to achieve this desired outcome. Once a person learns to…

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