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Before You Buy That Discarded Rocket Ship Seat… A Cautionary Tale About Flexible Seating  "This is your teacher friend here speaking from pure experience when I say to pump your brakes before you begin flexible seating in your classroom. There are a lot of things to consider, and you might not want to 'buy all the things' without knowing all the things."

Before You Buy That Discarded Rocket Ship Seat… A Cautionary Tale About Flexible Seating "This is your teacher friend here speaking from pure experience when I say to pump your brakes before you begin flexible seating in your classroom. There are a lot of things to consider, and you might not want to 'buy all the things' without knowing all the things."

A better way to teach classroom procedures and expectations on the first day of school.

A better way to teach classroom procedures and expectations on the first day of school.

Not sure if I've ever been more proud of anything in my life...my first anchor chart!

Not sure if I've ever been more proud of anything in my life...my first anchor chart!

A Simple Way to Teach Classroom Procedures and Expectations • Got to Teach

A Simple Way to Teach Classroom Procedures and Expectations • Got to Teach

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This "I wish my teacher knew" exercise is the most invaluable thing you will ever do for your students. Perfect for back to school. Downloadable freebies. Just print and go!

This "I wish my teacher knew" exercise is the most invaluable thing you will ever do for your students. Perfect for back to school. Downloadable freebies. Just print and go!

Kagianas (Greek eggs and tomato) @ http://allrecipes.co.uk

Kagianas (Greek eggs and tomato) @ http://allrecipes.co.uk

Education to the Core: Quick Survey/Reflection poster idea with a FREEBIE!

Education to the Core: Quick Survey/Reflection poster idea with a FREEBIE!

Cute idea to get kids used to the idea - eventually they wouldn't need prompts. :)

Cute idea to get kids used to the idea - eventually they wouldn't need prompts. :)