“Unstoppable” Inspiration

This video and the book, the story, is SO inspiring. I know that many people with disabilities don’t seek attention in this area, don’t seek or try to be inspiring, and often just say “I’m busy being me.” That’s what I find as the most inspirational. I’ve been really encouraged by this Oscar Wilde quote […]

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Book Review: “Wildflowers from Winter”

I recently joined a group called “Blogging for Books and my first review is of Katie Ganshert‘s story “Wildflowers from Winter.” I’ll start by saying that recently I have had a challenging time finishing a book. I’ve struggled to get engaged in a story and stay interested. Not only did I find the story “Wildflowers […]

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teacher tidbit – bulletin boards

Here are some fun bulletin boards that I have created over the past 4 years of teaching 1st grade. Hope it inspires you to get creative, think out of the box, and go 3D… This is a project I send home at Parent Orientation. At first there are just generic monkey die cuts hanging from […]

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teacher tidbits ~ chapter books

Here are a few of my favorite “read aloud” chapter books. These are great in the classroom or as read alouds at home. Before bed, after dinner, part of a naptime routine… when could you insert some read aloud time into your child’s life? The best thing you can do to build your child’s early […]

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