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Morning Routine for the Self-Contained Classroom - Mrs. D's Corner

Get all of your students engaged during your morning routine, and plan the first hour of your day only once. Differentiated ideas for any teacher.

Amanda Schultz
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30-Day Declutter Challenge: Go From Stressed To Clutter Free Fast + Free Calendar - The Tiny Life

A 30-day challenge to declutter your home or apartment is a great way to make short work of clutter that has stuck around forever!

Anna Raymond
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15 Minute Emergency Preparedness Challenge for Families

During this time of total uncertainty, are you wondering how you can make the most of this time to increase your family's preparedness? Use this schedule and spend 15 minutes a day to not only get your family more prepared for various emergencies, but also, to teach your kids more about the things that really

Amy Stivason
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Hey what's in there?

This week we made a mystery box. We sealed a box (taped it up) & painted it with acrylic paint. Then cut a hole in one side - large enough to put our hand in. Then covered the hole with a felt 'drape' , to deter peeking. Objects were selected to 'hide' inside. As we created the box I described to the children how it would be used. The object of this activity is to put your hand in and select an item, then describe the item without looking and before taking it from the box. It's very hard not…

Marcela V