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Have you ever found yourself under a mound of papers?  Do you feel as though your teacher desk is just completely covered in student work and meeting agendas and forms?  I know the feeling.  Here are some tips for tackling that giant pile.

Have you ever found yourself under a mound of papers?  Do you feel as though your teacher desk is just completely covered in student work and meeting agendas and forms?  I know the feeling.  Here are some tips for tackling that giant pile.
Article of the Week is a great way to incorporate current events into your upper elementary classroom.  Includes a template and rubric for FREE!

One part of my Social Studies curriculum was to incorporate current events into our classroom.  However, I wanted my students to have the opportunity to think about and research topics that truly interested them.  We incorporated Article of the Week.

Novel studies are a great way to teach reading in the upper elementary grades.  However, they can also make or break a reader.  If you, as the teacher, build engagement and enthusiasm amongst your students, a novel study can be an amazing experience.  Here are a few tips to making the most of it.

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