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These St. Patrick’s day teaching ideas include fun and engaging St. Patrick’s Day teaching activities. These include lucky charms math, marshmallow activities, St. Patrick’s Day crafts for kids, St. Patrick’s Day day worksheets, March sub plans, March Madness teaching ideas, and more! Low prep and no prep St. Patrick’s Day teaching ideas included for elementary grades. Also contains great homeschool ideas! Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. #wifeteachermommy #teachersfollowteachers #teaching

St. Patrick’s Day Teaching Ideas Kids will Love

Inside: Check out our fun list of St. Patrick’s Day teaching ideas for your classroom or homeschool St. Patrick’s Day is such a fun holiday in the classroom! After all, who doesn’t love wearing green? 😉 Your students are so lucky to have you as a teacher, especially in the month of March when the theme is St. Patrick’s Day and everything lucky! You can incorporate lucky leprechaun-esque activities in each content area. Here are a few St. Patrick’s Day teaching ideas kids will love! From math to writing St. Patrick’s Day activities, there is something for every content area.

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These valentine's day teaching ideas include fun and engaging Valentine's Day teaching activities. These include candy heart math, conversation heart activities, Valentine's Day crafts for kids, Valentine's day worksheets, February sub plans, and more! Low prep and no prep Valentine's Day teaching ideas included for elementary grades. Also contains great homeschool ideas! Kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade. #wifeteachermommy #teachersfollowteachers #iteach #teaching

Valentine’s Day Teaching Ideas Kids Will Love

Inside: Check out our fun list of Valentine’s Day teaching ideas for your classroom or homeschool One of my favorite holidays of the year is Valentine’s Day (or “Love’s Day”… as my cute 4 year old boy calls it!) Well the truth is, if you know me I could say that pretty ANY holiday is one of my favorites. I love them all. 🙂 Even still… Valentine’s Day is a time for love and joy and a great opportunity to bring these Valentine’s Day teaching ideas kids will love to your classroom or homeschool! From math to writing Valentine’s Day activities,

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Pumping Tips for Teachers at School

Inside: Check out these pumping tips for teachers. These tips will help you be successful in pumping breast milk at school. You can also grab our free teacher pumping sign in this blog post. One of the biggest challenges of being a new mother and a teacher going back to school is pumping breast milk while you’re away from your baby. You survived teaching while pregnant, and you’re finished with your maternity leave. You’re back to work after baby, and part of your motherhood journey is being able to feed your baby. Transitioning from home with your little one to having

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Tips for teaching winter holidays around the world in the classroom or homeschool! Teaching Christmas around the world activities are a great way for students to learn all about different cultures and countries. These tips are perfect for your holidays around the world unit or winter holidays around the world activities. Perfect for elementary students in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade! Holidays around the world for kids. #wifeteachermommy #teachersfollowteachers

5 Festive Tips for Teaching Winter Holidays Around the World

Inside: Learn how to teach children about winter holidays around the world in your classroom or homeschool! It’s the season for winter holidays, but it’s not just about Christmas. You have many students from different backgrounds and cultures in your classroom. In fact, it’s possible that you may not be aware of what winter holidays some of your students celebrate. That’s why it’s so important to be inclusive when celebrating winter holidays around the world in your classroom. In fact, allowing your students to explore and research different cultures not only helps develop their research and writing skills, it also

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