Ms. Pennywise

Ms. Pennywise is a clever and crafty elementary school teacher who loves to engage her students in fun and creative ways. Always mindful of her tight budget, Ms. Pennywise frequents Dollar Tree to help her organize, decorate, and get her classroom ready for learning. She also stops in to pick up supplies for art and science projects, classroom parties, and end of the year gifts. Ms. Pennywise also enjoys sharing her creative ideas with all her teacher friends!

Ms. Pennywise

Ms. Pennywise is a clever and crafty elementary school teacher who loves to engage her students in fun and creative ways. Always mindful of her tight budget, Ms. Pennywise frequents Dollar Tree to help her organize, decorate, and get her classroom ready for learning. She also stops in to pick up supplies for art and science projects, classroom parties, and end of the year gifts. Ms. Pennywise also enjoys sharing her creative ideas with all her teacher friends!

Door of Love

I love welcoming my students to my classroom by setting the mood for Valentine’s Day! I used colored construction paper, ribbon, and tape to create this simple yet, inviting look. I cut strips of paper, formed them into loops, and taped them in the form of a heart. I finished the look with a faux ribbon made out of paper (or you can use ribbon and a bow) inscribed with “Happy Valentine’s Day!”. This 3-D design will make your door…

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Winter STEM Projects

STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. For most kids, those four subjects can be difficult. I know for me personally, math and science were my worst subjects when I was a student, which is why I try to make those subjects extra engaging when I am teaching. There are some great STEM toys and games out there that make learning fun while bringing it down to a level that students can understand. When I was younger, I wish my school…

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Candy In Lesson Plans

Parents and teachers, are you struggling to find a way to use up all that leftover Halloween candy?! Send it to the schools for classes to use as a fun and tasty twist on lesson plans. Every year, I love sharing these “sweet” ideas with my class, since it’s a fun and productive way to use up that sugar. It’s the perfect treat to catch your students’ attention while introducing a new subject or topic. Incorporate candy into a history…

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