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Yay! I'm so glad there is a spot for us in one place! Now I've found you!Amy3 Teacher Chicks
I love seeing us all in one place!Christi ツMs. Fultz’s Corner
So glad I found you :) Sending love to all the third grade teachers!! xoxo
After 23 years of being a Title 1 teacher and computer lab teacher, I'm being put in third grade! I will be teaching Science and Social Studies. HELP!! Any and all tips, hints, suggestions are welcome.
How fun! I try to incorporate a lot of edible experiments into my instruction because it really engages my students. Mrs. DTheThirdWheel
I am new to the blog world, so there isn't much up on my blog yet but I look forward to learning and sharing with you all!
Just linked up with you! Thanks for organizing a linking place by grade level. Now I'm going to make sure I'm following all these other 3rd grade teachers! :-)- Elizabethhttp://firstyearinthe3rdgrade.blogspot.com/
I just wanted you to know that I'm giving you The Lovely Blog Award. Would love for you to stop by and check it out!Julie aka Southern TeacherSouthernteacherwbt.blogspot.com
Thank you!! I just joined the 3rd Grade Club this school year... and I was searching for others!!DebiJust 4 Teachers: Sharing Across Borders
LOVE this adorable blog! Happy to be linked up with other amazing 3rd grade friends. :-)Michelle No Monkey Business
How am I just finding this awesomeness???? So glad I did!MeganI Teach. What's Your Super Power?
I'm so glad I found this great resource/community!Pennants & Polka Dots
Love this! What a great way to get easy access to our network of like-minded bloggers. Mrs. DTheThirdWheel
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