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13 Indoor Recess Ideas for Big Kids

Ahh, winter. When recess moves inside, and students go stir-crazy. Teachers dread indoor recess almost as much as students (maybe more), but if you keep a growing list of new and different indoor recess ideas, your students will still have a chance to get the wiggles out and clear their minds. Here are 13 of the best indoor recess activities for big kids (according to my 4th grade students)...

12 Days of Christmas Freebies!

12 Days of Christmas Giveaway - Daily freebies and a fun gift card giveaway!4 days. Not that I'm counting. Are you counting it down? It is getting SO close! Whether you have 3, 6, or 8 days left before Christmas Break, we have resources to make you sing! If you missed the daily freebies from our 12 Days of Christmas, no need to shout "Bah humbug!". We have all the links for you!

Surviving December in the Classroom

Surviving Christmas as a teacher is challenging, but you can do it! Here are some tips for making it your best December yet.
December is here. It's the most wonderful time of the year, but it can also be the most trying time of the year for teachers. Between the projects, parties, programs, and general holiday excitement, students are... shall we say... slightly distracted from the learning. Here are some tips for staying sane and surviving for those three-ish weeks between Thanksgiving and Christmas break.

3 Must-Try Teacher Hacks from Home Improvement Stores

3 hardware store finds you can easily repurpose to organize & use in your classroom

As a teacher, I am always on the lookout for cool new tools to make my classroom run more smoothly. I've found that some of the best tools come, not from a teacher store, but from your local home improvement store. Here are three of  my favorites this year:

Editing a PDF on your Mac

Quick video tutorial and FAQs on how to edit an editable PDF on a Mac.

If you've ever had trouble using an editable resource on TeachersPayTeachers, this post is for you! Editing an editable PDF file is very simple once you know what to do. I have a video tutorial to walk you right through it!
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