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Help. . . . .It’s time to plan the Christmas program!

Yep, it’s that time!  I haven’t even carved my pumpkin yet, but the books are open all over my desk and my computer screen is all lit up with Christmas program ideas.  It’s time. . . I can’t put it off any longer.  Let’s get this Christmas program planned.  Here’s some tips to help you […]

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By |October 13th, 2014|Blog Posts|0 Comments

Hurrah for October!!

It’s here. . . .the month I adore. . . .the pick weather month of all. . . . OCTOBER!!!   Can you tell how much I love this month of cheery orange pumpkins, corn shocks, striped gourds, candy corn, and Halloween?  My younger students and I have more fun singing Five Little Pumpkins and Skin […]

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By |October 5th, 2014|Blog Posts|0 Comments

Back to school! (Do I havta?)

I’ve always said that as soon as the Fourth of July shows up on the calendar, my summer vacation as a teacher is over. . . .which, of course, is not true, because the Fourth actually falls about smack dab in the middle of my summer.  Yet, the days seem to just lazily meander through June, giving […]

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By |August 6th, 2014|Blog Posts|0 Comments

Summer musings

Teachers, like students, love summer vacation!  The last month of school is an utter blur of activity, with every group trying to get its last hurrah in.  As an elementary music teacher, I am no different.  Between a joint spring program and my Singing Express Choir’s final performances and parent tea, I was feeling a […]

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By |June 26th, 2014|Blog Posts|0 Comments