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2 Year Anniversary!

2 Year Anniversary!

27Apr
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2 years! Wow! Time has flown since we opened our doors to the public 730 days ago. It is with great gratitude that I write this note. My heart is overwhelmed with joy each time a new face joins us at our center, when a student eagerly returns for another program or when I watch a child blow out a candle...

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Book Review: From a 5th grader

Book Review: From a 5th grader

29Jul
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This summer we asked one our fifth graders to tell us about a book she read for the GREAT SUMMER READING CHALLENGE! Here is what she had to say: Hi, My name is Lydia I am 11 years old and am in 5th grade! This summer I read a book called Hatchet by Gary Paulsen. In this book a young boy named Brian is...

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Save  up to $2100 on Stutelage Summer Camps

Save up to $2100 on Stutelage Summer Camps

24Jul
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Schools out! A lot of parents are looking for unique and meaningful activities or daytime care for their children while they are at work. Stutelage summer camps are the perfect solution. Not only are our summer camps loads of fun, but they are focused on educational values and character building skills....

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Summer Campers’ Letters to Hunger Games Characters

Summer Campers’ Letters to Hunger Games Characters

10Jul
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At our Hunger Games: Catching Fire summer camp, each camper wrote a letter to a character from the book that they chose at random.  Campers were asked to write as if they could actually send this letter to the character in the book.  Below are some of the letters written by this year’s campers. ...

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National Puzzle Day!

National Puzzle Day!

23Jan
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January 29th is National Puzzle Day and at Stutelage we love all days devoted to exercising the greatest muscle in your body – the brain! So grab your sneakers and a water bottle and get ready for a mental workout.  We are sharing some of our favorite brain teasers, online puzzle creators and...

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Common Core Tip Tuesday: Keeping it Real

Common Core Tip Tuesday: Keeping it Real

17Dec
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We just love the Common Core tips from the Work Wives!  To check out their bio click here! Keeping It Real After a variety of workshops in many of our content areas we have noticed a few common themes. 1. Common Core is here to stay (for now  ) 2. Tweek not Twerk.  There needs to be a SHIFT in...

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Thankful for Education: Teacher Contest

Thankful for Education: Teacher Contest

21Nov
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I am so excited to offer my first ever Teachers Pay Teachers contest!  We have lots of great products in the Stutelage Shop and our TPT store and I would love to give some of them to you, for FREE!  Who doesn’t love some free goodies for your classroom?  The rules are simple – enter...

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Common Core Tip Tuesday: Student Choice

Common Core Tip Tuesday: Student Choice

19Nov
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We just love the Common Core tips from the Work Wives!  To check out their bio click here! Student Choice Are you looking for a way to engage your students along with allowing them to take ownership of their learning?  Student choice is an excellent way to involve your students while motivating them...

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2013-2014 Back 2 School Giveaway!

2013-2014 Back 2 School Giveaway!

03Sep
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Welcome Back to a New Year! Attention Parents, Students (Kindergarten-College), & Teachers! Post your First Day of School pictures on our Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram page with the hashtag#StutelageGoesBackToSchool and we will choose one lucky follower to win $100 in Target, Dollar Tree, and...

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To Juice or Not to Juice…

To Juice or Not to Juice…

26Aug
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At Stutelage, we support healthy lifestyles through physical fitness and health education.  One of our Stutelage followers recently tried a juicing cleanse for the first time and she shared her story with us.  We hope that this will help anyone interested in trying out juicing!   To Juice or Not to...

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