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Beginning Teacher Talk


Apr 20, 2022

Part of setting yourself up for a successful school year is investing in some essential items. It can be so tough to know what you should and shouldn’t buy when you’re getting ready to set up your very first classroom.  The reality is, you could spend hundreds or thousands of dollars on a lot of really cute things. But then you run the risk of getting into your classroom and realizing that you don’t actually need a lot of these things because you don’t have the space, or the teacher before you already left a ton of things for you. So today, let’s talk about some of the practical classroom purchases that you should spend your money on this summer.

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