Hey upper elementary teachers,

Get the teaching resources you need to make your life easier.

No more spending your nights and weekends creating lesson plans, when you should be with family and friends.*
*Or sitting alone in a quiet room with a cup of coffee. That works, too!

You want the very best for your students.

That goes without saying! But somewhere along the line, you’ve sacrificed virtually all of your free time to make it happen...

Writing lesson plans at 9:00 on a Friday night?

Um … yeah. It’s a weekly thing.

Cancelling on friends to stay home and grade papers?

Been there, done that more times than you can count.

Zoning out during movie nights, worried about the latest changes from Admin?

You haven’t seen a FULL movie in ages!

You dream about a life where work doesn’t constantly spill over into your personal life, but right now, that just doesn’t seem like an option...

Good news:

It’s time to reclaim your time and sanity.

With our complete library of engaging educational resources, you can save yourself hours of prep time and get back your nights and weekends.

These resources are made specifically for YOU – the super-passionate but overworked upper elementary teacher – who wants to make a difference without regularly ghosting your friends and family.  

Here's what you'll love about our teaching resources:

The Simplicity

Our resources provide clear, concise instructions that are quick and easy to implement. No growing pains or extra caffeine required!

The Quality

Our content is developed with research-based best practices in mind, tying into the current curriculum for 4th and 5th grade students.

The Fun Factor

Most importantly, we share creative and engaging activities that make learning fun for your kids – and teaching fun for you!

Craving support like this?

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Hey, y’all!

I'm Kristen

I’m here to help you engage your students with innovative learning experiences without sacrificing your personal and family time. As a former teacher of upper elementary kids myself, I know what it’s like to care deeply about your classroom.

I also know the pains of not having enough hours in the day to do everything on your heart – or your to-do list. Before you get completely burnt out or fall out of love with teaching, I want to show you an easier way to make an impact. 

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Struggling to set up small groups for reading?

Whether your Admin has mandated small-group instruction or you simply want to get ahead of the game, one thing is for sure: It can feel overwhelming (i.e. a class management nightmare!) implementing this approach.

But don’t worry; with the right guidance, you can set things up and be ready to start small groups and centers by NEXT week. Even better, you’ll have a sustainable system that you can run with for the rest of the school year. 

*happy sigh*

 

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