This week I thought I would use #BlogFixFriday to share how I create over 60 posts a month. I’m not expecting you to do the same, but hopefully you will pick up some tips from my process. If you have any topics or questions you would like me to cover in #BlogFixFriday then please …
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One of the trickiest types of characters to get right are children. Learn 8 major tips for how to write child characters that resonate with readers.

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This colorful class birthday chart is the perfect way to display your students' birthdays! It can be used year after year! Simply write each student's name and the date of their birthday on a clip/clothes pin and clip it in the ribbon hanging under the month of their birth. This wood sign measures 5.5"x18" and is completely hand painted and made to order. Hanging ribbons are attached with staples and measure approximately 18" long. Colors can be customized. Matching hand painted clips are available for an additional fee as well as plain, unpainted clips. Please allow 2-3 weeks for completion of your sign before shipping. If you need it sooner kindly convo first to check for availability. Paint shades may vary slightly from photos displayed on your screen. Pictured ribbon will be used when available. Ribbon may be substituted or different if necessary. All signs are shipped via USPS priority mail which includes tracking and insurance. Interested in other Birthday Charts or Replacement Clips? Checkout the links below Replacement or Additional Clips https://www.etsy.com/listing/527193714/rainbow-colorful-hand-painted-clothes?ref=shop_home_active_1 Popsicle Birthday Chart https://www.etsy.com/listing/449713432/birthday-chart-class-birthdays-classroom?ref=shop_home_active_22 Popsicle Birthday Chart with name sign https://www.etsy.com/listing/463198907/teacher-set-birthday-chart-teachername?ref=shop_home_active_6
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So many teachers love using interactive notebooks to organize their classrooms and curriculum. But I've found a strategy I love even better that will reduce stress, chaos, and wasted time. Plus it is more appropriate for secondary students! An important read before back to school!

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Ready to make money blogging? I will show you the 5 easy steps that helped me to go from $0 to $3,878 after 3 months working part-time on my blog with NO experience. If you want to learn how to make money blogging, I will tell you exactly how I did it, so you can do it too!
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Are your classroom rules of not blurting out or interrupting being broken non-stop throughout your day? Yeah, me too. That is what led me to find guaranteed ways to stop students from blurting out in class that you too will be able to add to your classroom management bag of tricks because they are so easy …
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Our students are saturated in a world of technology. As educators there is immediate buy-in when we connections between our students’ real worlds and our classrooms. One of my favorite (free) resources to do this is called ifaketext. It allows users to create faux iPhone text conversations. The website lets you fit between 35 and...
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Got a talkative class? Check out these 5 ways to quiet the chatter!
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You can teach your child college level material at home, because do it yourself college classes are everywhere right now! They are easy to find online, and sometimes are completely free.
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Here is how one Kindergarten teacher got her entire class to learn all 125 of her district's required sight words using a variety of innovative techniques.
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These 56 blogging prompts will help you share stories from your life on your blog, in your email newsletter, and on social media.
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It’s income report time and it’s my 9th month of blogging! The last day of January is here and I’m tallying up my numbers. How’d I do? I’ll show you the full income report including what worked and didn’t work, income sources, and more! Ready. Set. GO! WHAT WORKED Ok, so in January, I was …
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Learn from the masters: check out JK Rowling's rules of writing. Here's the structure she uses to write bestselling novels.
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Supervising Paraprofessionals can sometimes be one of the most daunting tasks of being a special educator. This bright, cute editable paraprofessional handbook is jammed packed full of beneficial information your paras need to feel prepared to complete all aspects of their
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