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Kayla Hammons

Kayla Hammons
Kayla is a freelance writer from Atlanta, Georgia and when not writing enjoys a successful career as a bear fighter. Educated in the school of hard knocks, she is a former GED teacher passionate about adult education. When not creating catchy content, she is a surrogate mother to three dogs and a cat and is working on her first book. Check back weekly for new content.

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Classroom Meditation Benefits

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 26, 2017

As teachers, we all seek ways to add peace into our classrooms, and one of the most effective methods in reducing the stress of your classroom is through meditation. In certain schools this practice is known as quiet time, and this activity is a way for students to improve their school day. Many benefits are associated with classroom meditation, and this activity might be one that you should add to your daily routine.

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5 Flexible Seating Strategies

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 23, 2017

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Inauguration Day Classroom Activities

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 20, 2017

The country will watch today as the 45th President of the United States, Donald Trump, is sworn into office. Inauguration Day, established in 1937, is always January 20th following the presidential election. This day is celebrated nationally on Monday the 21st if the chosen date falls on a Sunday. However, the oath is always administered privately by the Chief Justice on January 20th and then again on the following Monday for the nation to view. The United States Constitution states the president must make an oath before that individual can enter office, so Inauguration Day must occur prior to an elected president’s term. Here are several activities and ideas you can incorporate into your lesson plans for Inauguration Day classroom activites.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2017!

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 16, 2017

Today, we take time to honor the memory of one of the most respected civil rights activists of all time, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s hard to think about the civil rights movement and not bring up Martin Luther King Jr. in the topic of discussion because he was a major influence and healer to our nation. We want to review the history of this great man, so that we can see how far we have come and just how much further we must travel.

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Improve Classroom Focus After the Holiday Break

Kayla Hammons Kayla Hammons January 13, 2017

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