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Pastel Retro Classroom Theme

Soft, pastel colors with a groovy vibe ✌️ I had SO much fun creating this decor set! This pastel retro classroom theme is FILLED with resources to help you with every part of your classroom- content posters, classroom management tools, organizational pieces, and more! A splash of pastel, a dash

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How to Create Your Own DIY Bulletin Board Letters 

Often, the hardest part of creating a bulletin board is coming up with the bulletin board letters for the heading.  Do you handwrite them? Print them out? Avoid it altogether?  And once you pick your method, you are still left with a million questions of “But how?”.  Follow this simple

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This image shows a white sign reading "Birthday" with colorful confetti everywhere! The text at the bottom of the image reads "7 Fun and Easy ways to celebrate student birthdays".

7 Fun and Easy Ways to Celebrate Student Birthdays 

Elementary students often LOVE celebrating their birthdays. But, they also enjoy celebrating other people’s birthdays as well.  It can feel overwhelming to find a way to do birthday celebrations for every single one of your students.  The great news is, it doesn’t have to be overboard or anything crazy! Your

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7 Tips for Creating a Cozy & Welcoming Classroom

Your classroom is a special place. It is where you and your students spend a good chunk of your day. So, why not transform your space into a cozy classroom you enjoy?  The good news? Creating a cozy, welcoming “home away from home” doesn’t have to be overwhelming.  Here are

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This image shows a deck of cards with four flipped over to create two different fractions. The text at the bottom of the image reads "5 Best Free Fraction Games".

5 Best Free Fraction Games 

Fractions are a tricky concept to teach. Sure, you can always bring in some food analogies or examples, but eventually, they lose their appeal.  Bringing some fraction games into your classroom is a great way to help teach, reinforce, and review what your students are learning with fractions!  Here are

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