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Christina Hermer
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Celebrating the 100th Day of School
Our 100th Day of school has come and gone!  We had such a great time creating, measuring, counting, writing and eating 100.  Read on to find out how we spent the day. In the days leading up to the 100th day, I request that each student brings in a little Zi...

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Share the Love Blog Hop and Gift Card Giveaway!
Thanks for hopping over to my blog.  I am here to share the love with you in the form of a freebie from me, a freebie from my blogging friends The Crazy Daisies and a give you the chance to win some TPT cash too.   First off I want to introduce Amanda and J...

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3 Tips to Ensure a Smooth Transition after a Break
Going back to school after a break is always hard, but it is especially hard after a longer break like Christmas Break or Winter Break.  If you approach the first day back with the right attitude you will find that you and your students are ready to get bac...

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5 ways to Fill 5 Minutes in the Classroom
It happens everyday.  We all have 5 minutes here and there during our day in the classroom that we need to fill. Even more importantly, we want to make the most of those minutes, so it is important to find activities that are both educational and quick.  I ...

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Celebrate in the Classroom with a Thankful Card and Craftivity
Thanksgiving is here again and we all have turkey on mind.  I love using Thanksgiving themes in Art and any other area of the curriculum that I can easily integrate. First up is this adorable turkey card.  I found the idea on Pinterest and made it with my f...

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Engage your students with Hands On Patterning Centers and Ditch the Worksheets!
I love, love, love using hands-on centers during my guided math time. What I don't love is marking the worksheet follow up pages that often accompany centers.  The more I reflect on my practice, the more I am coming to realize that there does not need to be...

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12 Ways to Teach using Play Doh!
Play doh is something every child loves to play with.  Have you ever thought about using that love to excite your students and use it to teach?  There are so many possibilities and all of these ideas really help our kinesthetic learners.  Today I am sharing...

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I am turning 2! A look back at my Top 5 Most Popular Posts!
Happy Blogiversary to me!  It is hard for me to believe that I have been blogging for 2 years as of this Sunday, August 21st.  I am trying to be a more consistent blogger and to provide content that will help you in your classroom.  To celebrate I am going ...
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