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  1. You need to take me shopping! After baby #3 I need some wardrobe updates. Btw, we will be in Santa Barbara in February!

  2. Hi Megan! Thanks for purchasing my product and including me on your Farewell to Manzanar review! Your blog is absolutely the cutest thing with the teaching and style tips! Feel free to contact me with other novel studies you might like to see added to my store at ms.staciyam@gmail.com

    Thanks again! =]

  3. Just ordered a bunch of stickers from Etsy! Cant wait to get them. However I am also a teacher, so I am hoping I will be able to keep up with making my erin condren planner cute!

  4. Hi! I’ll be directing my students in a play this Spring. Just a few questions lol: 1. How many hours did you practice a day? 2. How did you handle the craziness of everyone? 3. Did you do it on a weekend?

    Thanks,
    Audra

    • How fun! Which play are you going to do?

      We rehearsed from 1:00-5:00 Monday through Friday for 5 weeks during the summer. We had a couple of days off during that time, and it honestly felt like a miracle that we pulled it off so quickly!

      I was always very strict about the fact that the only way we can put on a play is as a TEAM. If anyone is goofing off, or doesn’t know their lines, or doesn’t show up, it hurts everyone else. So I used a lot of guilt to keep people in line, haha. There was also one day where I almost lost my mind and I got up on the stage and yelled at everyone for about 10 minutes straight about how if you weren’t here to WORK, you could just go home now, lol. A day like that is inevitable!

      There will be moments where you wish you’d never gotten yourself into this, but once you see them perform and come together as a team, you will hardly be able to contain your tears of joy and pride! Good luck! πŸ™‚

      • We are doing the Wizard of Oz!! πŸ™‚ It will be our second play and we are so excited. How did you get them to remember their lines? I had a hard time last year with the kids memorizing their lines.

        And I just want to say your videos and blogs are super helpful! I teach 6th grade (multiple subject) and you are such an inspiration. And I appreciate your online support. You, as well as a few other teachers, have inspired me to do a blog/videos to help others as well. God bless! πŸ™‚

  5. I love this idea for an assessment! We just started our Constitution Unit this week, and I’m totally going to steal this idea for their unit quiz. Thank you!

  6. Hi! We at CommonLit loved your Top 5 Online Resources video. Would you mind if we used the clip where you talk about CommonLit? If you’re ok with it, we’d really appreciate it if you could send us the video file so we can cut it down to the CommonLit bit. Feel free to email me directly. Thank you!!

  7. Can you please add a way for us to get your posts in our email? I use feedburner and it’s supre easy to install and use! I want to remember to come here! Thanks! (I am an 8th grade resource teacher.)

  8. I love this so much and have been halfheartedly aiming to purchase more ethical clothing toofor some time. Thankyou for inspiring me to make more of an effort on purchasing more locally made and ethically manufactured clothing πŸ‘πŸΌ

  9. Hey Megan! Thank you for sharing your teaching journey. I am a third year teacher. I teach 5th and 6th grade social studies. I would love if you would share about exactly how you tackle lesson planning. As a new teacher I often struggle and stress quite a bit about planning. I would appreciate any tips/tricks you have.

  10. Would you please let me know when you have the ‘History Teacher’ stickers back in stock? Thanks!

  11. Greetings Megan,
    I am writing about people who care about ethically sourced fashion, Some of the businesses I am highlighting are, Elegantees, Rooted Beauty, and The Root Collective, my friend Bethany Tran’s shoe business. I wanted to properly quote you and site your voice on the YouTube vids you have published.
    Best Regards,
    Shawna