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Beth Morrow
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Need a quick and easy classroom icebreaker? Here are five to try!

Hello friends, and Happy Friday! Time for another school year, which means more fabulous Five for Friday linky parties, courtesy of Doodlebugs Teaching. I love the ideas I get over there. I always leave with something fun! Since many of us are just at the…

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30 Middle School Journal Topics for September {Friendship}

Hello, friends. Another year has begun with a bang, hasn’t it? Are your days already flying by before you can get a grip? I don’t know about you, but we’re having a great year so far at my school. We’ve had a change in administration, and with that, the…

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5 Free Spring-Themed TPT Resources today for your middle school classroom

If you’re half excited about this week’s theme as I am, you’re practically bursting at the seams! Yay for spring! The spring theme brings with it so many options, it was hard to narrow down the choices for freebies. As always, if you visit one of these…

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Five amazing, free resources for celebrating Women's History Month in your middle school classroom:

Hello friends, and happy Friday! (Is there any other kind of Friday?!) This week, I centered my posts around celebrating women’s history month, and have a few more links to add. Thanks to the wonderful linky from Doodlebugs Teaching, I can share them with…

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Women's History Month freebie worksheet: Bio.com's 5 Female Inventors Who Changed Life as We Know It

Welcome back! For this week’s fab freebie, we’re going to an article at Biography.com that I found utterly fascinating. If you’ve ever been curious as to the origin of paper bags or how coffee was first brewed to be palatable (yes, please!), check out…

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5 Free Women's History Month freebies from Teachers Pay Teachers

Hello and happy Tuesday! How is your second week of March shaping up? Here, we’re being treated to some warmer temperatures (which we were promised yesterday, but I’m not complaining!) and the clouds are blowing away to reveal pretty blue skies. I’ll take…

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3 Spring Origami Projects for middle schoolers (via Pinterest)

Well, hello again! Now that I’m working on blogging more regularly again, I’m also hopping back in to my favorite blogging linky parties. The monthly Pinterest Pick 3 Linky by Inspired Owls Corner, Pawsitively Teaching and Just Reed is definitely my…

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Looking for Irish History resources? Stop by for 5 freebies you can use in your classroom today!

I’m back! In case you didn’t quite get that, I said it using my scary Jack Nicholson voice. From what movie, I can’t recall, but one of my 8th graders says it every.single.day. when he comes into the room and I just laugh. Yeah, we don’t do scary very…

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Fab Freebie: The History of St. Patrick's Day video worksheet. Great for grades 4-8. Stop by the blog!

Happy March! Ok, ok. We’ve already established my love of this month and the advent to spring that it signifies. Still! My freebie for you this week is a worksheet to accompany the short, 3 minute video, “Bet You Didn’t Know: St. Patrick’s Day History”,…
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