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Welcome!  Long time no see!:)  I know that so many of you wondered what happened to me this last year.  Blogging certainly hasn’t been my strength. Being a very busy mom and teacher, I’ve neglected this site a teensy bit in exchange for some much needed family time. In addition, if you’ve stopped by the Schoolgirl Style Shop lately, you’ll also notice that the classroom accessories are no longer there.

Welcome! Long time no see!:) I know that so many of you wondered what happened to me this last year. Blogging certainly hasn’t been my strength. Being a very busy mom and teacher, I’ve neglected this site a teensy bit in exchange for some much needed family time. In addition, if you’ve stopped by the Schoolgirl Style Shop lately, you’ll also notice that the classroom accessories are no longer there.

First day of school- post it notes- pose questions to the students--Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: The BEST First Day Ever!

The BEST First Day Ever!

First day of school- post it notes- pose questions to the students--Confessions of a Teaching Junkie: The BEST First Day Ever!

Do you love the look of layered borders on a classroom bulletin board but are stumped about how to get them just right? Did you try the "staple and tuck" method, only to end up with creases all ove...

Perfectly Layered Bulletin Board Borders: A Tutorial

Do you love the look of layered borders on a classroom bulletin board but are stumped about how to get them just right? Did you try the "staple and tuck" method, only to end up with creases all ove...

Goal #2- This provides a great visual of how to set up a classroom for learners that will help with classroom management.

Goal #2- This provides a great visual of how to set up a classroom for learners that will help with classroom management.

Make pockets for your binders using zip-loc bags and duct tape.

35 Money-Saving DIYs For Teachers On A Budget

No More Name Plates - this teacher writes the students names on their desks with sharpie paint pens and when the names need to come off you just cover with an expo dry-erase marker then wipe off with a kleenex and viola! So smart!

No More Name Plates - this teacher writes the students names on their desks with sharpie paint pens and when the names need to come off you just cover with an expo dry-erase marker then wipe off with a kleenex and viola! So smart!

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