Keep your classroom and yourself organized with these practical and easy to use organization ideas for teachers.

Managing Student Supplies on Back to School Night

Thank you to Avery for sponsoring this blog post. I received payment, trade and/or products from Avery in exchange for promoting. However, all opinions stated are my own. I only promote brands and products that I love and I truly adore Avery peel and stick labels in the classroom. This post also

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How to Set Up a Student-Run Tutoring Program

I may teach kindergarten at my school, but I am also a faculty advisor for my school’s National Junior Honor Society. For several years, the NJHS has provided tutoring services to struggling students once a week after school. The program has evolved considerably with each passing year and this year we

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Erin Condren Life Planner Review

A few months ago, I shared an Instagram photo of the best mail day ever. My Stitch Fix box arrived on the same day as my new Erin Condren Life Planner. So many people wanted a peek at my planner and had such a genuine enthusiasm for Erin Condren’s organizational

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Classroom Supply Labels are FINALLY Here!

Hello everyone! I am so, so, SO happy to share a brand new (and highly anticipated) organizational product for your classroom on the blog today. Editable Classroom Supply Labels are finally here! Fans have been BEGGING me to list the Classroom Supply Labels on TpT ever since they saw this

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Free Editable Flip Book for Classroom Parents

Download a FREE copy of my Editable Flip Book for Classroom Parents to give school families all the information they need about your classroom in a convenient and organized format.

Hi, I'm Maria.

After years of teaching kindergarten, I now focus on helping teachers and I’m here to make your job easier.  When I’m not doing that you will find me playing with my kids, hanging with the hubby, or occasionally enjoying a little “me” time with an at-home manicure and a vanilla latte. Want to learn more? Check out my story below.  I’m sure we have a lot in common!