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Resources for Autism Awareness Month

Published by Jodi

(Thanks to Kelly Leighton for her Colourful Kids Hands feature image) Sasha Hallagan from The Autism Helper says “Now more than ever, children with autism are being integrated into the general education setting. Therefore, it’s important that teachers are equipped with resources for communication, behavior management, and also adapted curriculum, meaning something a general education […]

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5 Questions With Teacher-Author Michele Luck’s Social Studies

Published by Amy

Meet Michele of Michele Luck’s Social Studies! Before selling her belongings, buying a motorhome and heading out across the vast U.S. of A, she was a middle school and high school teacher for many years. She taught all levels of classes including Special Education, gifted and talented, and high school honors. Michele loves family, travel, […]

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We Applaud 11 April Milestone Achievers

Published by Nicole

Did you know we’ve seen over 150 milestone-achieving Teacher-Authors in 2014 and we’re not even close to halfway through the year?! But who’s counting? Oh right — I am! Well, congratulations to each and every one of them. Let’s show some appreciation and applaud 11 April Milestone Achievers. We Applaud 11 April Milestone Achievers 1.  From […]

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TpT Conference 2014 Presenters! Part 1

Published by Jodi

Few things in life are certain, but how’s this for one? The TpT Conference 2014: Supercharge Seller Success coming up in July will absolutely, positively, most definitely be incredible. Hundreds and hundreds of TpT’ers will gather in Las Vegas to trade tips, swap strategies, form friendships, and learn how to take their TpT stores to the next […]

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TpT Conference Presenters! Part 2

Published by Jodi

The TpT Conference 2014: Supercharge Seller Success coming up in Las Vegas in July will be a unique opportunity to trade tips, swap strategies, form friendships, and learn how to take your TpT store to the next level. The conference will kick off with a keynote from TpT Founder Paul, TpT CEO and Partner John, and TpT Top […]

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Spring’s Spectacular Milestone Teachers

Published by Nicole

The temperatures have tipped 55° fahrenheit here in New England and it’s feeling positively balmy. The birds are singing, the trees are budding, and we have 11 Milestone Teachers who might be feeling a little “spring” in their step! Read on to see what these teachers have to offer and consider following them to keep […]

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Take a Hike – It’s Earth Day!

Published by Nicole

(Feature image art thanks to: Pinkadots Elementary, Kimberly Geswein Fonts, with image composite from KTP on TpT, Jessica Tobin and Carmela Fiorino Vieira) Whether you celebrate it by planting a tree, digging a garden, recycling bottles, picking up trash in your community, or going on a nature walk, Earth Day is an important reminder of […]

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National Poetry Month: Get Inspired!

Published by Jodi

(Feature image mushrooms thanks to NinjaWoman Clip Art Studio and Broadway Flair font from Lisa Goodell.) “Inaugurated by the Academy of American Poets in 1996, National Poetry Month is now held every April, when schools, publishers, libraries, booksellers, and poets throughout the United States band together to celebrate poetry and its vital place in American culture.” - […]

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April Milestone Achievers Bring It On

Published by Nicole

Hooray for Spring! Bring it on. April showers bring April Milestone Achievers by the dozen — let’s say hello to our 12 milestone teachers kicking off the month of April. Bring On 12 April Milestone Achievers 1.  Deana Kahlenberg from North Carolina is Primary Punch Try her: Math Movers: BUNDLE PACK Her tip: “This pack contains […]

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TpT Looks @ Technology in The Classroom

Published by Nicole

(Thank you Surfer Kids Clip Art for the computer image) Technology and TpT are one of those classic combinations that just works (chocolate and peanut butter, anyone?). We asked Teacher-Authors to share how they’re using technology in their classrooms. I like to consider myself pretty tech savvy but I’ll admit, I learned some new ideas […]

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