Posts by Signe Aconcha

Elementary Winter Activities

Hi Teacher Friends, Happy New Year!  I hope all of you had a wonderful, much deserved, break and have come back with a renewed spirit that will last till Spring Break…hahaha.  My daughters preschool has started doing winter themed lessons, and as a former kindergarten teacher, I can not help but give them some ideas…

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Happy Fall

Hi Teacher Friends, To all my Texas teacher friends, I hope everyone is just excited about the cold front that came through as we are!  This time of year there are always so many fun things to add to your centers or classrooms for the holidays.  I have seen a couple of really fun posts…

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Back to School

Hello Teachers, I hope everyone has a wonderful summer of sleeping in, going to the bathroom when ever you want, and going to sleep without having to lesson plan or grade papers weighing on your mind.  As the school year approaches I know the to do list seems insurmountable, but I wanted to let each…

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What to Wear?

Hi Teacher Friends, Thanks for tuning in to read my blog today.  I was wanting to talk about teacher clothes!  Everyone who is a teacher totally knows that you have your casual clothes and then you have your teacher clothes.  I feel like teacher clothes are an odd breed because it is not quite formal…

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Is it Safe?

Hi Everyone and thank you for taking time out to read this post.  May has been a very busy month for us, between birthdays, end of school, teacher appreciation week, and anniversaries the month just flew by.  Today I wanted to address the issue of safety concerning the app.  I know that when new things…

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Science Plant Life-Cycle Lesson Plan

Hi Teacher friends: ) Thanks for taking a peek at our new lesson plan for this week.  This week uses the story 5 Tough and Tiny Seeds. This story is great for teaching the lifecycle of a seed.  I am targeting this lesson for k-2nd grade. Objective:  Students will be able to identify the stages of…

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Picture Book Yoga Lesson

Hi Teachers Friends, I just want to give a big shout out to all my fellow Texas teachers out there who are going through the state testing this week!  I was wanting to  create a 5-10 min mini lesson to  get your kiddos blood moving, but at the same time have them remain quiet.  This…

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Sequencing Lesson Plan

Hi Everyone, Happy Sunday!  I decided I would make a fun spring Lesson Plan for grades k-2.   It features the story , The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle.  If you do not have the story check out Teacher’s Boutique where you can usually find books for a few dollars.  The lesson Plan is…

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The Idea

Hi everyone and thank you for taking the time to read my blog! I wanted to tell you a little bit about me and how the app Teacher’s Boutique came to be. Let’s rewind to 2005 when I first graduated college…Go Longhorns!…and landed my first teaching job. It was in a Title One school, and…

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