20 Quotes About Being Different, Being Yourself, Being Unique
Here are 20 quotes about being different and being yourself and celebrating diversity and inclusion. If you want to be happy, enjoy what makes you unique.
Just Curious...What Are Your Favorite Back to School Memories?
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10 Easy Bulletin Board Ideas for Back to School!
Uh-oh! You've got 20 minutes before the students show up and your bulletin board isn't even started. These 10 boards are perfectly simple and look great!
Response: Great Teachers Focus on Connections & Relationships
Eric Jensen, Jason Flom, and PJ Caposey share their suggestions for five best practices that teachers can implement in the classroom.
Kimberly Bowsher on Twitter
“Teachers help students find important things that they have lost... @apsupdate @SEL_APS @ATLsuper @RiversPrincipal”
Hand Lettered Mister Rogers Quote, There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are, baby shower gift
This painting would make a great gift for a beloved child or teacher in your life. This is an original hand lettered watercolor art quote. (This is not a print.) Watercolor reads "There's no person in the whole world like you, and I like you just the way you are. - Mister Rogers" in shades of blue, green, and gold. (This is an example. Colors are customizable! See photos for examples.) Various sizes on 140lb cold press, acid free watercolor paper. Paints are Dr. Ph. Martin’s Hydrus Fine Art…
The Teacher Next Door
Browse over 510 educational resources created by The Teacher Next Door in the official Teachers Pay Teachers store.
Lindsey Lipsky M.Ed. (@LindseyLipsky)
The latest Tweets from Lindsey Lipsky M.Ed. (@LindseyLipsky). Learning & Behavior Specialist, #Sped Teacher, #Dyslexia Advocate, Literacy Coach, Mom, Wife, Dog Lover, Voracious Reader. Overland Park, KS
Classroom Decor: I Am A Child Posters
Inspirational Posters promoting PLAY and incorporating developmentally appropriate reminders. These poems help remind us all that childhood is short and children learn best through playing, exploring, moving and discovering! Let them be little and LET THEM PLAY! Display it outside your classroom doo...