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Black Pioneers You Haven't Heard of: George Crum

Potato chips may have been around since the 1820s, but it is thanks to a chef named George Speck that they became popular in America. George worked in a famous restaurant, and he got his name ‘Crum’ because one of the wealthy diners in his restaurant could not remember George’s last name.

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Black History Valentine Activity

February is such a crazy busy mont – which is why it’s my favorite teaching month! And it flies by! If you are looking for a black history/valentine craft, look no further! Read more…

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Groundhog Activities for Your Classroom

February 2 is Groundhog Day! One of these days I want to go to Gobbler’s Knob in Punxatawney to hear the grand seer of seers make his prediction. But until then I will have to make do with our own celebrations in the classroom! Learn more about what we do here!

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Free Candy Cane Christmas Mouse Craft!

The holidays are such an exciting time of the year! If you are looking for a simple craft activity, that look no further. This candy cane mouse can hang by its tail as a tree decoration, or comes with labels as a gift for students to make for others.

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Name Recognition and Practice with Fun and Easy Kindergarten Activities

For pre-school and kindergarten students, the most important word in the world is their name! Name recognition, matching, tracing and coloring activities fulfill two functions – they are great practice to help students learn names AND they help to develop those all important fine motor skills. Learn more and download a FREE personalized name worksheet for your students!

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