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Molly Consolazio is a fifth grade math and science teacher in Fort Myers, Florida. She earned her degree in Elementary Education from Southeastern University. Molly is also involved in her church’s children's ministry where she leads a group of 4th and 5th grade girls every week. Teaching is her passion, as she loves connecting with her students on every level and enjoys being a constant in each of their lives. Molly loves being creative, with some of her hobbies being scrapbooking, quilting, woodworking, sewing, but her favorite hobby is painting. Molly painted her first oil painting at age of six with her father and has not stopped painting since. Her dream job would be to own a flower shop with a paint studio.

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An Open Letter to the Coronavirus Bride

An open letter to the bride who is postponing her wedding due to the CDC’s recommendation: First, I really hate that this is a thing. Second,

A 30 Day Challenge That Will Boost Your Mood

A lot is going on in our world right now. It’s hard not to get caught up in the anxiety that comes from all

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Need More Rest Try These Tips for Better Work Life Balance

Every weekday around 11 a.m., I take my class out for a few minutes of recess. Most days, as a class, they play tag.

5 TED Talks That Will Leave You Feeling Inspired

I appreciate TED talks as a short, daily way to hear other people's opinions, thoughts, and both new and old ideas in a world

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Follow These Teachers Now for Classroom Inspiration

As a teacher, I spend a lot of time on Pinterest looking for lesson ideas, bulletin board inspiration, and so on. What I’ve found

I’m a teacher, which means my mind is on my students, the problems they share with me, the grading I need to do, and

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5 Personalized Gifts That Are Perfect for Father’s Day

As you may be aware, Etsy is the land of all things homemade and personalized. If you’re looking for a place to get a

Take It Easy—On Your Friends

A few years ago, I read Gary Chapman’s book, The 5 Love Languages, and have viewed the ways that I give and receive love very