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Katie Brooks
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11 Tips for using a Portable Alphabet
These cards are very simplistic but have so many uses I can't even list them all here.  I received these large index cards one year in the school supplies from a parent and tried to think of a way I could use them.  I simply used a die-cut machine and cut o...
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   Welcome back! I hope you all had a wonderful Thanksgiving (if you're in the U.S) and are getting excited for the Christmas season.  To help you get your class ready for the quick few weeks you'll be there,  I'm joining with some amazing teacher-authors t...
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11 Tips for Using a Portable Alphabet
These cards are very simplistic but have so many uses I can't even list them all here.  I received these large index cards one year in the school supplies from a parent and tried to think of a way I could use them.  I simply used a die-cut machine and cut o...
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Grab this interactive writing craftivity and how to use it in your classroom!
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Stone Soup
Since coming to my new school four years ago, I have fallen in love with the deep seeded traditions we continue each year.  These activities have been going on for years, some even for decades! We try to do a couple of fun activities per month. Apple Day, P...
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Classics Never Grow Old
      It's time to celebrate! It has been a fun six weeks with you all!  I hope you've gathered a great pile of books to enter into the new year.  We end this summer's blog hop with a celebration giveaway!  Check out the Rafflecopter at the end of the post....
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This week in our Summer Reading Stash, we have some STUPENDOUS titles for Social Studies and History! Also a free booklist from last week's favorite friends.
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Stupendous Titles in Social Studies
Welcome! If you have joined us each week, thank you! If not, you can start by clicking here .  We have been hopping through our bookshelves to share our favorites in children and young adult literature.  My hope is you will walk into this year with a STASH ...
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This week's blog hop features our favorite characters!  Grab some free booklists!
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My Favorite Friends
Oh my, I know I say this every week, but this week it was REALLY hard to choose my favorite characters.  I think most of them speak for themselves but here we go!   Berenstain Bears by Stan and Jan Berenstain These books are amazing to teach a myriad of cha...
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