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Stacey Shubitz View All

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

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  1. A new use for tennis balls….Oh my aching heels! Guess who forgot to sit down on the first day of school? Yup, me. Wanted to crawl to my car yesterday. I got home and found two tennis balls just waiting to take care of my aching feet. Gently, then more vigorously, I rubbed my feet over the tennis balls (all the while my puppy was trying to play with them-they are hers after all!). Ahh! Happy feet are a good thing!


  2. First, thank you Stacey and Ruth for giving me the chance last Friday to guest blog about the joys of using the Slice of Life Challenge in my classroom…and thank you, too, to all who read it and left kind comments and suggestions. Today’s slice is about (what else if you live in the Northeast), but Irene!:


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