About

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Β A little something about little old us, the blog and IΒ πŸ’–

What started this little baby blog was a lot of surfing and browsing the internet, especially Pinterest and many fellow teachers’ blogs. Their ideas have helped me transform my classroom, bulletin boards as well as make lessons more exciting for my pupils. This is my way of saying thank you to all those who have inspired me by freely sharing their ideas and in return I hope to leave my digital thumbprint of inspiration for others. Through ‘Saved you a Spot‘, I aim to reach out to colleagues, parents and pupils and I hope you will come on board this venture with me!Β 

You can follow me on Twitter and Instagram by clicking on the buttons on the side of the page to see some of my other passions. You can alsoΒ receive any of my new blog posts via email, by simply clicking the follow by email button. It’s super simple and I recommend it, so you can see things as soon as I post them! πŸ’ŒπŸ’ŒπŸ’Œ

FYI: I will be posting every Wednesday, but during my super creative weeks I will be posting on another day, too – so keep a look out!Β 

Lots of book reviews from my wonderful pupils can be found in the Literacy section, so don’t miss out! πŸ‘

Please, please, please don’t hesitate to share your thoughts on my posts, I’m always super happy to read your comments! 😊😊😊

I’m so glad you are here and hopefully you’ll like this blog enough to visit again and again! You can start by clicking anyone ofΒ the headers above, which may interest you. πŸ”thank-you-heart-pinksignature3

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