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Okay...so you have an issue with your child's teacher. What are you going to do?I've been on both sides of the desk. Most parents are reasonable and so are most teachers. Usually issues can be resolved amicably. One mom told me her daughter said she was going to have to go to summer school because she wasn't reading out of a particular book. The child was so distraught she didn't want to go to school. Thankfully the mom spoke with the instru»
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Create a quick and simple Back To School gift for your children’s teachers this school year with this FREE ” Looking forward to a “SOUPER” year” tag from Tammy Mitchell Photography.  Pick up ready to make soup bags add a tag and you have a SOUPER gift. Click here for FREE “Looking forward to a “SOUPER” year Tag  
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With the re0use of an empty crystal light container, a supply of sharpie pens and maybe a local coffee shop gift card and the FREE printable gift tags  you have a simple yet useful gift to give your child’s teacher as you kick off the new school year or celebrate Teacher appreciation week. Add a note of Thank you with the FREE printable tags from Design, Wash, Rinse, Repeat fun and free creation.   Click here to download your FREE tags now.
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Sweeten the greeting when you  meet your chiild’s teacher for this coming year with  a box  of Junior Mints wrapped one of two cute personalized sayings - Mrs. Smith “I was Mint “to be In your Class” or - Mrs. Smith You were “mint to be” my teacher! Click here to get your FREE personalized Junior Mint wrappers from The Celebration Shoppe.
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Create a fun and unforgettable gift basket for your child’s  teacher this school year! Purchase a basket, lunchbox or supply caddy,  then  fill it with fun supplies for your teacher (see below). Then head over to Crafting Mama for your  free teacher gift basket printable labels, use cute ribbon, twine, or raffia to attach each of the labels as follows: Highlighters – “You are the HIGHLIGHT of my day!” Scissors – “You are a CUT abo»
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Calling all teachers – get ready for an organized school year with  the Binder Basic tutorial and free printables from Kindergarten Works. Not only will you feel organized this school year while teaching in the classroom  but your binder will be ready to take to meetings or even home for after school planning. Click here to read the full tutorial and get free printables        
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I keep this poem by Leslie Pinckney Hill in my poetry journal…but maybe I should move it to my mirror. What a great prayer for moms and teachers! Lord, who am I to teach the way To little children day by day So prone myself to go astray? I teach them knowledge, but I know How faint the flicker and how low The candles of my knowledge glow. I teach them power to will and do But only now I learn anew My own great weakness through and th»
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Coming up on the one year anniversary over the loss of our friend, Randy. I’m remembering what his friendship taught… by Kim Galgano |  July 7, 2011 I just got off the phone with the Teacher (for new readers, that’s my husband of 20 years. The title suits him, not just because he’s a P.E. Teacher & tennis coach, but the need to teach is in his blood). Sometimes this need gets in the way though.  Think of all t»
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All teachers know the drill. It’s test time. Like the Dunkin Donuts baker from the ’80s commercials, it’s “Time to make the grades.” Although I agree with Seth Godin that “the things we desperately need aren’t the same things that are easy to test,” the reality is that most teachers in schools face enormous resistance to wholesale [...]
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All teachers know the drill. It’s test time. Like the Dunkin Donuts baker from the ’80s commercials, it’s “Time to make the grades.” Although I agree with Seth Godin that “the things we desperately need aren’t the same things that are easy to test,” the reality is that most teachers in schools face enormous resistance to wholesale [...]