Learning Centers in Kindergarten

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Learning Centers in Kindergarten | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Implementing learning centers in Kindergarten is imperative in order to run successful intervention groups and/or reading groups. Over the years I’ve learned a lot through trial and error when it comes to planning and storing my centers. I have finally fine-tuned how they’re run and really love how easily I can switch out the center materials plus give easy access the students to pick their … Read More

A Week of Spring Teacher Outfits

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A Week of Spring Teacher Outfits | Spring Teacher Outfits | Teacherfashionista | Jules

I am sharing a week of spring teacher outfit ideas! Spring is the time to pull out a mix of dresses and light weight pants. Here are a few go-to outfit combinations! *This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase from my links, I make a small commission. Thank you for supporting my blog! MONDAY: A cropped pair of straight-leg pants are trending and at … Read More

My Most Used / Worn Items of 2021

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Happy New Year, all! January often comes with a lot of reflection on the year we are leaving, and a lot of dreaming and hope for the year we are entering. In the midst of resolving to set, change, and attain goals each month in 2022, I immediately thought of what areas I ‘pour’ my energy and life into: my marriage, my family/friends, my job, … Read More

Black Friday Deals + Discounts

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Happy Thanksgiving weekend, everyone! Our day was another to remember with my MOM being here – cooking & eating good food, watching the parade & some football, and getting started on our Christmas decorating TOGETHER. Last night, we halted all of the light stringing and box opening to enjoy a slice of apple pie, pour some eggnog, and watch Trains, Planes, & Automobiles! (The first … Read More

4 Ways to Wear Your Fleece Top

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As the temperatures start to drop outside, we will all start looking for layers to keep us warm. Fleece pullovers are trending yet comfortable and can easily make any outfit warmer. Instead of opting for a sweatshirt and jeans, keep a cozy chic vibe with a fleece pullover. There are so many color combinations out there – one will be sure to catch your eye! … Read More

Holiday Gift Ideas | 2021

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Instead of decorating for Christmas this weekend (I can’t wait to!!!), I will dream of it and get into Christmas shopping mode instead. We always hold off on making the house a winter wonderland until after Thanksgiving dinner – do you? Every year as December creeps closer, Eric and I both enjoy finding the perfect things for our loved ones. We typically Outlet shop at … Read More

How to Style a Shacket 8 Ways

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How to Style a Shacket | Shacket Outfits | Teacherfashionista | Jules

I got a shacket and decided it was time to do a “shacket style session.” When I was debating on going with the shacket trend this year (since I didn’t last year), I started googling them for outfit inspiration. I mean, if you can’t wear it much, is it worth the money? Is it worth taking up closet space? Figuring out whether to get a … Read More

Fall Home + Fashion

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Fall Home and Fashion Inspo | Teacherfashionista | Jules

Fall home decor and fall fashion are some of the simple things that make me feel happy when the first day of autumn rolls around. Sometimes I wait until October to break things out of our storage bins, but I couldn’t help but get it all out and hope that the cool temperatures would follow! *This post contains affiliate links. When you purchase from my … Read More

Grand Canyon Railway and South Village

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It’s been 4 years since Eric and I went to the Grand Canyon South Rim Village where I saw the Grand Canyon for the first time! I will never forget how it took my breath away when I saw the immensity and depth of it. So when my mom planned a 7-day visit to Arizona for the summer, I knew I wanted to take her … Read More

Spring Teacher-Inspired Looks

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Sharing a little spring haul from two tried-and-true spots to find teacher outfits: Target & American Eagle. I always go back to AE for long-lasting jeans, and was so happy to find a nice, dark work-appropriate pair (since my school is allowing jeans any day of the week right now). I also was so impressed with the pretty spring things I saw at Target and … Read More