It's April No Foolin!

Dear Friends,

We hope all is well with you and yours!  Ron and I know you are swamped with teaching and running your everyday life, so we thought we would share a resource that might make the teaching part a bit easier. And, it's FREE!  


We were in Kelley Dolling's  first grade classroom last week. You know, the daughter that was never going to be a teacher.  Anyway, Ron and I saw the most amazing educational resource. From singing, dancing, spelling, and calm down activities, this audio-visual program is simply terrific. You and your kids will love it! 


The easiest way for you to see the program in action is to visit Kelley Dolling's: 

                                          Teacher Idea

On the (March 23) post you will see a video of her first grade kids involved in several of the wonderful activities.
The program features brain breaks, dances, movements and breathing techniques that will make a huge difference to your classroom environment. You will also find a direct link to this FREE resource on the blog.

*Please know that we have no affiliation with this program.  We just wanted to pass this information on to our teaching friends. We promise that it will not be a waste of your valuable time. Oh, if only we had this in our day!



Math Games for the Common Core and All Standards K-5

June 17th    Chico, CA

June 19th    Redding, CA

June 30th    Reno, NV

This class may be offered in your area by other instructors.


2 day Rock Your Math Class K-5

July 7th and 8th         Wichita, KS

July 10th and 11th     Kansas City, KS  

Click here: 

Rock Your Math Class Information

CAMT  Conference for the Advancement of Mathematics Teaching

We will be presenting two sessions on July 22nd and July 23rd. Yes, we will have some new songs, games, craftivities, and Texas size shenanigans. Please come by and say hello. We would love to see all you all! 

Thanks for taking some time to read our blog.  Your valued time is much appreciated.

Warmest regards,

Ron and Nancy  Brown



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