How to Create an Exam Study Schedule (that actually works
hi friends! So today, I decided to show an in-depth look on how to create a study schedule. Creating a study schedule was one of my ways to ace your final exams. This is a 3 step guide and I do recommend doing all 3 steps, but you can also use just a couple of these steps and still be successful! 1 What do I have to study? My first step to making my exam schedule is figuring out what I actually have to study for each class and writing it into this broken down guide. This makes it very easy…
Am I the only one that looks at my lettering for my #interactivewhiteboard some days and think, "What in the world is going on here?!" On a more positive note, at least I got the day right! #miss5thswhiteboard #wackywednesday
This is the beginning of what will be a HUGE unit on Dr. Seuss. I know, I know, Dr. Seuss's birthday was like, in March but what better way to end the first grade year than by doing an Author Study with one of the best children's authors ever? I have been working on this for a little while and I have so many more ideas that I can't wait to add.
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