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Erin Beattie (Mrs. Beattie's Classroom)
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Adventures in the classroom... and beyond!!
Adventures in the classroom... and beyond!!

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Have Fun With Gingerbread In The Classroom
The holiday season is the perfect time to bring thematic activities into your classroom and what better topic than the fun of gingerbread?! Check out these gingerbread activities for the classroom ! I love using special mini-units to get my students excited...
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How to Easily Ensure Absent Students Complete Missed Work
Teaching in a Grade 5/6 classroom, curriculum moves quickly, and when students are absent, the work starts to pile up on desks and, more often than not, ends up missing or stuffed loose inside the student's desk when he or she returns. Read on to see how I ...
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How to Make Your Expectations for Early Finishers Clear
Being back in the junior grades, I'm remembering just how wide the gap can be between my strongest and most struggling students. Even with solid differentiation happening in my classroom there are times that my students have completed the assigned work earl...
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How To Establish Group Work Guidelines With A New Class
At the beginning of a new school year, establishing routines and expectations is critical to the success of the rest of your year. If you plan on including collaboration in your classroom you're probably wondering how to establish group work guidelines with...
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How to Get Started With Math Morning Work
I receive emails and messages all the time about how I organize my math morning work routine, and what it looks like at the beginning of the school year. Read on to learn how to get started with Math Morning Work . What is Math Morning Work? For anyone not ...
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How To Get A New School Year Started Strong
Throughout the summer, I am flooded with emails from teachers wondering about where to begin to get started for the new school year, so I decided to put together a blog post full of my favorite tips, tricks, resources, and past blog posts! Here are my ideas...
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Erin Condren Teacher Planner 2018-2019
It's that time of the year again! Time to start thinking ahead to a new school year. Time to get organized for new students and possibly a new curriculum. Time to implement the changes that you reflected on at the end of the last school year. Time to break ...
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How To Differentiate For Your High Achievers
We all have students who struggle and require differentiated activities in order to access grade-level concepts, but how many of you put the same attention into differentiating for your stronger students? While often forgotten because they do well no matter...
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How To Take The Headache Out Of Changing Grades
Changing grades is a HUGE job. Whether you've been through it in the past and are about to head down that road again, or it is a first-time event for you, I've got some tips and tricks to make the process a little easier. Purge When changing grades (or just...
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How To Take The Headache Out Of Changing Grades
Changing grades is a HUGE job. Whether you've been through it in the past and are about to head down that road again, or it is a first-time event for you, I've got some tips and tricks to make the process a little easier. Purge When changing grades (or just...
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