Saturday, April 4, 2015

Teacher Treasure Hunter Magazine

Spring 2015 
Issue 1
Teacher Treasure Hunter Spring 2015



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    1. Thanks, Sandy! I appreciate your encouragement!

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  2. Wow-what an undertaking! This is amazing, Melissa. Congratulations on a job VERY well done!

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    1. Thanks, Carla! It was a huge job! :) I hope that it is something that is helpful for teachers. Thanks for your comment!

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  3. This looks great Melissa! I can only imagine the time it took to put this together. Thanks again for the opportunity to be a part of your magazine!!
    Brittany
    Tickled Pink in Primary

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    1. Thanks, Brittany! It did take a long time, but hopefully I worked out all the problems this time so next time it will go much faster. :) Thank you for writing about brain breaks. I enjoyed reading your ideas. I like how you keep brain breaks ideas on a ring of cards. I have rings with cards all over my room - QR code stories, songs, chants, etc. I never thought about brain break. Thanks for the idea & for leaving a comment.

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  4. Wow - I pinned this to several boards and it has really taken off - an awesome read Melissa! I was especially excited about the brain breaks and hope these will include upper grades over time too:-) Your layout adds to the delight in these pages! Already excited to pass it along to many others! What an innovative venture - fashioned at the peaks! A blessing to so many! Ellen

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  5. Congratulations on your magazine launch, and thanks so much for the opportunity to be included - it looks amazing!! I'mm off to do some pinning, and will keep my eyes open for the next issue :-)

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  6. Love it! Thanks so much for such a GREAT resource! Adding a button to my blog and pinning away!
    21st Century K

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