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Can you feel the love!? Sure, Valentine’s Day may be a Hallmark holiday, but that doesn’t mean you can’t get swept off your feet and celebrate something every child deserves: L-O-V-E. How do you recognize the holiday in your classroom? We’ve gathered some ideas from members of the TpT community and

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The latest Buzzfeed quiz I completed identified “Spiderman” as the most likely costume to be hiding in my wardrobe. I beg to differ because around my school, I’m The Visual Fairy. I’ve made visuals for the school logo, the adapted Physical Education teacher, classroom teachers, and even visuals for the bathrooms. I’m a


Hi, I’m Teresa from TpT store Teresa Kwant. I’m thrilled for this opportunity to write a blog post for TpT, especially because it’s about one of my favorite topics: Technology! Do you ever feel like this? Sometimes the thought of using technology (on top of the 563 other things you


National Compliment Day is coming up on January 24th! It’s the perfect opportunity to make someone’s day (although why limit it to a single day, of course?). We’ve gathered a collection of kind (and sometimes hilarious) words bestowed upon TpT’ers by students, parents, and fellow teachers. Enjoy scrolling through these

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Meet Sasha Long: She’s a Board Certified Behavior Analyst (BCBA) with a Master’s in Applied Behavior Analysis from The Chicago School of Professional Psychology and a Bachelor’s in Special Education from Miami University of Ohio. She’s also a classroom teacher, Teacher-Blogger, Teacher-Author, wife, and new mom (welcome Audrey Kathryn!). We feel honored that


Explore the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with these resources thoughtfully created by TpT Teacher-Authors. Through informational essays, close reading activities, craft projects — and a whole lot more— you’ll help create an environment for insightful questions and meaningful discussion. by Presto Plans Grades 6-12