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Stacey Shubitz View All

Literacy Consultant. Author. Former 4th and 5th Grade Classroom Teacher.

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  1. 8a.m.
    This may sound early, but to me it is a treat to see that number on my alarm clock! School will start soon and that means 5:15a.m. will be the number I see. I am going to cherish these last few days of 8a.m. – if the puppy will let me go back to sleep after getting up with her at 5a.m.
    My head is spinning all night with thoughts of the first day of school. I wake up exhausted from thinking all night. But then I smile when I see 8a.m. The classroom WILL be finished on time, I WILL be ready for the little dalings whent hey enter the classroom, and I WILL be ready for all the testing and new curriculum standards. All because of 8a.m.

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