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Linda Kamp
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Looking for something a little different for your first week back to school? These 5 first week favorites include fun ideas and books students love for back to school goal setting, all about me math activities, first day writing, getting to know you and even a first day photo booth!
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Read how I gave my students an end of the year award ceremony and a send-off they'll never forget!
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Technology teachers, here are some great tips and creative classroom management ideas for managing your computer lab like a boss!
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These easy tips for teaching students how to stay organized make classroom management of supplies, books, and clean desks an snap!
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Here are my top 5 favorite back to school activities that cover every subject area to create a full and fun first week of school.
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See how we used the most perfect first day of school book, You're Finally Here! by Melanie Watt, for an entire week of fun, and often hilarious back to school activities.
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Managing data folders in the primary classroom doesn’t have to take a lot of time. In this post I’ll share some management tips plus how I’ve learned to use student data folders effectively to guide my instruction, but most of all, give my students a voice in their learning.

Learn how to implement and manage this valuable tool and be sure to download the free data folder classroom kit at the end of this post to help you get you started.
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Reading and writing color words has never been more fun than with the read aloud, Frankencrayon by Michael C. Hall.
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Do you teach with Kid President videos? As a primary teacher, here’s what I’ve discovered: Opportunities for teaching language, writing, and literacy standards abound. Plus, the possibilities for using them to build community, foster friendships, and promoting kindness are endless.

If you’re not already teaching with these inspiring, and often times hilarious, kid centered videos, these 10 reasons will surely convince you that you should, because these little gems are teaching gold!
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Meet the Teacher Night can be as overwhelming as it is exciting. Here are 10 great tips for how to organize, communicate, and manage your Meet the Teacher Night like a pro!
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