Pretend to be Nice

Teacher-Moms, on the edge…

The Naked Dream

Yeah! My girls are back in school! We did our supply shopping and picked up their new uniforms on the last possible day- the ones we ordered on the last … Continue reading

August 25, 2014 · Leave a comment

What did you call me?

The first time I was called a bitch it was just after the students in my room had turned in their booklets during a standardized state test but before the … Continue reading

June 8, 2014 · 9 Comments

3/8 of a table…who needs division when there’s no reason?

Originally posted on Overthinking my teaching:
Question 6 A catering company rents out tables for big parties. 8 people can sit around a table. A school is giving a party…

May 2, 2014 · Leave a comment

Buddy Blogging

Hi, this is Andrea. I am the other half of Pretend To Be Nice. My buddy Michelle and I are starting a blog because we are so full of ourselves … Continue reading

April 2, 2014 · 8 Comments

Do we HAVE to do that?

Sometimes we all do things we don’t want to.  I always encourage my students to never give up…muscle through…you’ll make it.  I never sugar coat it though, I remind them … Continue reading

March 31, 2014 · 2 Comments

Why am I here?

Ok, I have an assignment.  My teacher brain perks up and I constantly remind myself that I need to set a good example.  Have a clear beginning, middle, and end…tell … Continue reading

March 18, 2014 · 20 Comments
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TeacherPop

| A blog for new teachers, hosted by Teach For America.

DFW Writers Workshop

Writers helping writers since 1977

The Social Norma

"I don't cut the ribbon at the opening of markets. I don't stand next to the mayor. Hit your baseball into my yard, and you'll never see it again." - Tom Waits

autismthoughts

My experiences with autism, depression, and life

LisaListed

The best things in life aren't things at all

The Zero-Waste Chef

No packaging. Nothing processed. No waste.

Notes From Dawn

with hope, life is more than just bearable

Properly Ridiculous

Mostly Pleasant [Possibly Offensive] Perceptions

Officially Gluten Free

Have your cake and eat it too, without feeling sick.

Chaos Girl & the Real World

{A Slightly Disjointed Life}

5powerdotorg.wordpress.com/

Chronicles from the Mama Duck - Raising teenagers...family...faith...

anntogether

AM Roselli's art & writing site

User Generated Education

Education as it should be - passion-based.

Sass & Balderdash

Always tongue in cheek, often egg on face.

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We live to write and write to live ... professional writers talk about the craft and business of writing

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Find it, cook it, make it your own.

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