Disclosure: Links to the books mentioned in any posts are Amazon affiliate links, meaning if you make a purchase on Amazon after clicking on a link/photo, I get a reimbursement. A good book has the power to teach many lessons during the
Few things are scarier than hearing the theme from Jaws. And one of those things is back to school. Picture it, you are walking through Target and sipping that pink drink which is essentially summer in a cup, humming along to the song
Disclosure: Links to the books mentioned in any posts are Amazon affiliate links, meaning if you make a purchase on Amazon after clicking on a link/photo, I get a reimbursement. One of my favorite days is Grandparent's Day which is
I am going to talk about a holiday that some teachers may dread. Halloween. Whether or not that conjures up feelings of fall fun and costumes, or pure and utter chaos, one thing is for certain, Halloween will happen and so will the
I have a mini confession that may put me into the cone of shame..... I love the holidays. Halloween, Christmas, Valentine's Day, Fourth of July...etc. However, I never fully got into Thanksgiving as much as I did the other holidays.
Celebrating Labor Day might be one of the easier holidays to celebrate in the classroom. You don't need tons (or any) decorations or a party of sorts. Simply talking about Labor Day will even suffice! However, if you are the type of teacher
Ahhh springtime. A time of fun holidays and that end-of-the-year vibe. The time when flowers bloom and new things are growing. This is also after months of winter holidays, class parties, and winter break. Now all the holidays