This post is sponsored by The Breastfeeding Shop. I get one night every year when I get to play Cinderella. I slip into something gorgeous, sweep my hair into a glamorous up-do, and put on enough makeup for a few Disney Princesses. Except last year, when I was seven months pregnant and large as a […]
What does your day look like as an elementary school teacher? Does it look like mine? Please comment below and let me know! Check out the original post on TeachCow: ~Meg Check MilKids out on Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook! Subscribe to my email list for email updates and free printables!
This is what it feels like when people complain about “small” things: a particular book, a seating arrangement, one problem on a homework assignment, or have too much/too little homework. Tell me what you think…
Congrats, Teacher! You have a military child in your class, and you’re the proud educator of a resilient and interesting student. This child has likely lived in multiple states, and perhaps several different countries, but will need some help from you to make this year a success. First, welcome this family with open arms. Send out […]
Parents might feel more comfortable planning a ‘vacation’ or ‘get-away’ rather than a ‘field trip’ because ‘field trip’ sounds official – school like.
Don’t let the term scare you – YOU can plan a field trip just like you plan vacations and you should! There is NO better way to learn.
Check out my brand new guest post on Jo, My Gosh! I’m so proud of this blog post, and this collaboration. I think it really sheds light on the struggles of MilSpouses with professional careers that require licensure, and shows off my more snarky writer side. Let me know what you think! ~Meg
I’d like to thank the Academy for this stunning and unexpected award. I’ve always wanted to say that, but in reality I should thank Double Espresso for nominating me for the Liebster award. I so appreciate your kind comments, and hope that you continue to enjoy what you read here! So, now to the the rules. […]
Check out Only Passionate Curiosity for my latest guest post! I explained the special education laws that relate to homeschooled children and offer tips for managing a mild/moderate disability at home. Of course, any time that you, the parent/teacher, feel overwhelmed, you should know that experienced and qualified help is just a click or phone […]