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The Teaching Made Easy Podcast

130 EpisodesProduced by Farrah HenleyWebsite

Teaching has become one of the hardest yet undervalued professions on the planet! Come join your host Farrah Henley, a 20-year veteran teacher, as she shares tips and strategies for saving your sanity and bringing your joy back for the profession you love! Teaching is hard....but it doesn't have to … read more

130 Episodes | 2019 - 2023

440: Title: K-5 Teacher's Guide: 5 Prep Tasks Before School Starts

August 12th, 2023


Are you a K-5 teacher gearing up for the new school year? Feeling a mix of excitement and nerves about getting everything ready before the first bell …

EP 439: Top Classroom Must-Haves: Boosting Organization & Learning

August 12th, 2023


Embark on your educational journey with a seasoned teacher as I reveal my favorite classroom must haves for elementary classrooms. Discover how these items can help make your teacher life a little easier! Organized …

EP 438: Teacher Support Networks: Boosting Retention in Education

July 18th, 2023


Do you ever feel overwhelmed, isolated, or under-supported on your teaching journey? If you said yes to any of that, you’re not alone. Many teachers …

EP 437: Mastering Classroom Center Management: Practical Strategies and Must-Haves

July 18th, 2023


You have your math and literacy centers organized and ready to go. Now, it’s time to implement them. Are you ready to create an organized and engaging learning environment where students can thrive? You’re in the right …

EP 436: Unlocking Classroom Success with Math & Literacy Centers

July 18th, 2023


In one day, a teacher is expected to actively engage students, differentiate instruction, and create a positive environment focused on collaboration. …

EP 435: Unlocking the Potential of Classroom Centers: The Key to Small Group Success in K-5 Education

June 20th, 2023


It can be hard to truly meet every learner where they are in the classroom. But not anymore! You can have small group learning success during …

EP 434: Recharge and Refresh: Essential Summer Self-Care Strategies for K-5 Educators

June 13th, 2023


Discover 5 essential self-care tips for teachers to unwind and recharge during summer break, including mental health practices, physical activities, and personal growth goals.


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EP 433: Effortless Classroom Readiness: A K-5 Teacher's Guide to Stress-Free Summer Planning

June 13th, 2023


Discover 7 expert tips for K-5 teachers to strike the perfect balance between back-to-school planning and enjoying a well-deserved summer break. …

EP 432: Celebrate Student Learning and Growth Before the End of the Year

June 7th, 2023


 The end of the year can be full of stress, but it’s also a time to celebrate! But, we all know, big celebrations take time for planning, set up, and …

EP 431: 9 Effective Learning Strategies Before Summer Break for K-5 Students

May 23rd, 2023


Summer break is right around the corner but is the progress you have made with your students’ at risk? Using effective learning strategies before summer break to reinforce student knowledge before summer break can be …

EP 430: 5 Tips for Storing Your Teacher Resources Over the Summer

May 17th, 2023


Summer is drawing near and that means it’s time to start getting everything packed up for summer. I know how important it is to keep your materials …

EP 429: Save Time on End-of-Year Benchmarks: Top 7 Tips for K-5 Teachers

May 17th, 2023


Discover the top 7 strategies for K-5 teachers to save time on end-of-year benchmarks while ensuring student success. Learn how to plan ahead, …

EP 428: Fun Review Activities: 5 Low-Prep Ways to Make Review Engaging for Students

May 8th, 2023


Looking for ways to make review fun for your students? Check out these 5 low-prep, engaging review activities that are sure to be a hit with students of all ages.

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EP 427: Math and Literacy Review Activities

April 25th, 2023


This Episode offers a solution for busy elementary school teachers struggling to find time for math and literacy review activities. The episode …

EP 426: Declutter Your Classroom with These Simple Steps

April 17th, 2023


Hey there, fellow productivity enthusiasts! Are you tired of wading through the chaos in your classroom every day? Do you wish you could snap your …

EP 425: 5 Tips for Coming Back to the Classroom after Spring Break

April 11th, 2023


Welcome back from Spring Break, everyone! Hopefully, you spent your Spring Break relaxing, rejuvenating, and spending time with those you love. Now, …

EP 424: Simplify Your Teacher Life Before Spring Break

April 5th, 2023


We all look forward to a well-earned break from the daily grind, but the week leading up to a vacation can often be overwhelming. That's why we've …

EP 423: 5 Simple and Effective Math Activities for Substitute Teachers

March 30th, 2023


Keep your classroom fun and engaging with these 5 math games for substitute teachers. From math scavenger hunts to math relay races, these activities will help to reinforce math concepts and skills while keeping …

EP 422: Phonics Practice for First Graders At Home and in the Classroom

March 17th, 2023


Phonics is a crucial skill for young learners to develop in order to become proficient readers. By learning the relationship between letters and sounds, students are able to decode words and read with greater fluency …

EP 421: Tips for Close Reading in First Grade

March 8th, 2023


Reading is a fundamental skill that we are constantly working to strengthen. Using close readings in first grade is a simple way to boost reading comprehension. When you use close reading, you are asking students to …

EP 420: 5 Effective Strategies for Promoting Social-Emotional Learning in Elementary Classrooms

February 28th, 2023


Social-emotional learning (SEL) is an important aspect of a child's education and overall development. It involves teaching children to understand …

EP 419: Engaging Math Games for Elementary Students

February 21st, 2023


Does math class get you and your students down? Math can be a difficult subject for many students, but it doesn’t have to be! You can make learning …

418: First Grade Science Projects to Boost Critical Thinking

February 8th, 2023


As a first-grade teacher, it’s important to find ways to engage your students so they can develop important skills. One skill that students can always use a bit more of is critical thinking. A simple way to integrate …

EP 417: 10 Simple but Powerful Tips for Enhancing Reading Comprehension in Elementary Students

January 31st, 2023


As an elementary school teacher, you know that reading comprehension is a crucial skill for students to have! It not only helps them understand and …

EP 416: Hands On Literacy Centers for English Language Learners

January 24th, 2023


In today's episode, will explore strategies for incorporating multicultural materials into literacy centers in order to create inclusive and engaging …

EP 415: Technology DOs and DON'Ts in the Elementary Classrooom

January 17th, 2023


Using technology in the elementary classroom can be a great way to engage students and enhance their learning experiences. However, it's important to …

EP 414: Phonics vs Whole Language: Debunking the Myths

January 11th, 2023


Are you wondering which method is better for teaching reading - phonics or whole language? In this blog post, we debunk the myths surrounding both …

EP 414 - Tips for Teaching Math Vocabulary

December 30th, 2022


Math isn’t just about the numbers. Math vocabulary is important to understanding mathematical concepts and processes. If math language isn’t …

EP 413: Fitting Phonics Instruction Into Your Busy Schedule

December 13th, 2022


Phonics instruction is an important component of literacy instruction. Recently, phonics instruction has gotten way more attention as schools work to …

EP 412: Differentiation Using Math and Literacy Centers

December 10th, 2022


Differentiation in the classroom is very important to help students excel at their individual learning levels.  However, it can be hard to find activities that cover the same content while reaching students of all …

EP 411 - Tip for Sub Planning

December 4th, 2022


As a teacher, you know that planning for a substitute due to planned absence or unexpected circumstances can be stressful.

There’s so much …

EP 410 - Tips for Teaching Math Fact Fluency

November 15th, 2022


Fact fluency refers to a student's ability to identify the solution to basic math facts accurately and efficiently.

Depending on what grade level you …

EP 409 - Tips for Teaching Vowel Teams

November 9th, 2022


Vowel teams are tricky businesses and are overwhelming for struggling readers. In today’s episode, we are going to dig into what they are and my tips for teaching them.

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EP 408 - Planning and Prepping Weekly Centers

November 1st, 2022


Planning centers each week in addition to your lesson plans can seem like so much work! But what if I told you that planning and prepping centers for …

EP 407 - Simple Classroom Management

September 29th, 2022


Classroom management systems can have some negative social-emotional effects and not to mention the dent they can make in the good old bank account. …

EP 406: Small Group Math Plan

September 23rd, 2022


Small group math instruction allows you to truly differentiate your lessons. Breaking your math block up into key areas is only the first step to …

EP 405: Planning Literacy Small Groups

September 17th, 2022


You have your small group literacy block scheduled! You know what you will include in your mini-lesson to address phonological awareness, phonemic …

EP 404 - Organizing Your Math and Literacy Centers

September 9th, 2022


Implementing math and literacy centers in your elementary classroom involves lots of papers, tools, printable activities, and more. Staying organized …

EP 403: Scheduling Your Math Block

August 31st, 2022


While the perfect math block schedule would be 75 minutes just like your literacy centers, it’s just not that simple. No matter how much time you …

EP 402 - Scheduling Your Literacy Block with SOR in Mind

August 23rd, 2022


Science of Reading is all the craze right now! The reality is, that it’s the way I taught phonics and reading for most of my career. It just has a name and pretty bow on it now!

If you are ready to dive into teaching …

EP 401: Grouping Students for Small Groups

August 17th, 2022


Need some simple tips for grouping students for small group instruction? As educators, we spend the first few weeks of school creating rules and …

EP 341 - Tips for Prepping Math Centers and Kissing Those Sunday Blues GOODBYE

June 13th, 2022


Nothing is more frustrating than getting to Sunday night only to realize that your math centers aren’t ready to go for the week and you are scrambling to get SOMETHING together for your small group instruction.

In …

EP 340 - Making Literacy Centers Easier to Manage

June 7th, 2022


Have you ever spent all weekend getting your center activities ready to go cutting them out, laminating them, and organizing them just to have Monday come and chaos ensue? You might be sitting there thinking, where did …

EP 339 - Last Week of School Activities

June 6th, 2022


You have spent the last 180 days learning with students and making amazing memories with them! When the last week of school comes, you want to make …

EP 338 - Summer Math Review Made FUN

May 16th, 2022


Teachers everywhere are always excited for summer. However, they are a little nervous too. Why? Not just because we are worried about students reading skills sliding, but their math skills might take a hit too! Many …

EP 337 - Tips for Making Summer Reading a Success

May 9th, 2022


Avoid the summer slide! Research has shown that students who don’t read over the summer lose up to 20% of their reading level. That is up to three …

EP 336 - Tips for Helping Students with Dyslexia (w/Trina Deboree)

May 2nd, 2022


I had the privilege to sit down and talk with a good friend of mine Trina Deboree from Teaching and Learning. Not only is Trina an educator, she is also a parent of a student with dyslexia. If that weren’t enough to …

EP 335 - Virtual Field Trips for Elementary Classrooms

April 17th, 2022


Everyone loves a good field trip except possibly the person who has to plan it! Field trips can become a logistical nightmare in a hurry! What if I …

EP 334 - Digital Math Manipulatives for Your Classroom

April 10th, 2022


While physical manipulatives are powerful tools, there is a place for digital manipulatives that we can’t overlook. In today’s episode, I am going to …

EP 333 - April Math and Literacy Centers

April 7th, 2022


One of the best things about math and literacy centers is they are easy to change to go along with whatever it is you are teaching. Because your students are always growing their knowledge, your centers are going to …

EP 332 - Simple Activities for Early Finishers in Your Classroom

March 30th, 2022


Looking for simple activities for early finishers in your classroom? No matter what kind of fast finisher you have in your classroom, you need some great activities for them so they don’t disrupt students who are still …

EP 331 - Simple Math Test Review Activities

March 23rd, 2022


Are you looking for math test review activities for the upcoming assessments or end-of-grade tests? Struggling to find review activities that aren’t a classroom management nightmare and allow for critical thinking? In …

EP 330 - Reading Review Activities for Test Prep in Elementary

March 14th, 2022


The words “test prep” can make even the most veteran of teachers queazy! But whether we like it or not, test prep is upon us and keeping your students engagement up during this time can be a challenge. In today’s …

EP 329 - Ideas for Indoor Recess

March 1st, 2022


Baby, it’s cold outside! Well, I’m in Texas so one day it’s cold the next it isn’t…Mother Nature is definitely confused.  Regardless, there are …

EP 328 - Integrating Science Into Math

February 23rd, 2022


When students walked into my classroom and found “science” listed on the daily schedule, their faces would light up and their energy levels went up a …

EP 327 - Blending Social Studies Into Your Reading Instruction

February 15th, 2022


Social studies is often a “if we have time” subject in elementary school because it isn’t generally assessed on the state tests. However, the state …

EP 326 - Rebooting Your Classroom Management After a Break

January 8th, 2022


Breaks are great for getting much-needed rest and recharging your batteries! This is true whether you are on break for a holiday, because you needed …

EP 325 - 3 Phonics Games for Beginners Create Better Reading Mastery

November 21st, 2021


While the word “games” has gotten a bad reputation, games can actually be incredibly engaging for students. Whether you are teaching math or phonics, you can use games in the classroom to enrich learning. Here are my …

EP 324 - Math Games that Make Learning FUN

November 15th, 2021


Getting your students focused on learning can be difficult as we keep getting deeper into the year. Why? Well, we are getting deeper into content and …

EP 323 - 5 Small Group Instruction Tools I Love for Guided Reading

October 2nd, 2021


From story problems to textbooks, students are going to be reading in some capacity. How do we ensure our students are getting better at reading? Through small group instruction and guided reading! SHOW NOTES AND LINKS

EP 322 - Keeping Up With Unfinished Student Work

September 20th, 2021


It is inevitable that you will have unfinished student work in elementary classrooms. Teaching is no easy task. We are responsible for teaching life lessons, standards, and everyday skills. One of the biggest skills we …

EP 321 - Progress Monitoring in Elementary w/ ESGI - Interview with Rochelle Pokorny

September 2nd, 2021


How many of you have wasted a whole day assessing students on reading or math so you know which group they belong in? I know that I have! Progress …

EP 320 - Simple Grading Tips for Busy Teachers

August 17th, 2021


It’s the end of the day. You’re packing up to head home. What do you have to reach for?  A stack of papers. As teachers, we always have papers to grade. Sometimes we have so many papers that we put them in “file 13.” …

EP 319: Tech Tools for Teachers

August 8th, 2021


Let’s face it, last school year was a dumpster fire, a train wreck, a hot mess! However, with every dumpster fire, there is a silver lining. There …

EP 318 - Simple Classroom Management Systems That Work

August 2nd, 2021


If you’re a new teacher or your classroom management system hasn’t been working, here are three simple classroom management systems that will work and two that never did. 

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EP 317 - Teacher Work-Life Balance

July 12th, 2021


Are you struggling to find a balance between teacher life and your home life? If you’re like most teachers, your work-life is getting so much love but your home-life might need a little bit of TLC. Now, if you’re like …

EP 316 - Make Learning Fun With New Math and Literacy Centers (Deep Dive into our VOLUME 2 Year Long Bundles)

July 6th, 2021


Math and literacy centers can be your favorite tool during your small group instruction or they can be the thorn in your side that makes you want to …

EP 315 - Writing Instruction: From Chaos to Calm w/ Jamie Sears of Not So Wimpy Teacher

June 22nd, 2021


This week I sat down with Jamie Sears from Not So Wimpy Teacher to share some tips and strategies for taking writing instruction in your classroom from CHAOS to CALM! She shares her WILDLY SIMPLE approach to teaching …

EP 314 - The Teacher Road Trip w/ Katie Mense and Holly Ehle

June 5th, 2021


This year has been tough rockstars...but we are here to celebrate YOU! I have teamed up with Katie and Holly this summer for The Teacher Road Trip …

EP 313 - HYBRID Teaching w/Math and Literacy Centers

April 17th, 2021


This week I sat down with former fifth-grade teacher turned first-time kindergarten teacher to talk about how she has successfully implemented small …

EP 312 - How A Third Grade Teacher Transformed Her Small Group Instruction

April 10th, 2021


This week I sit down with third-grade teacher, Alexis Atwood, as she shares how her math classroom, specifically her small group math block, has been transformed with a simple system that she learned in my signature …

EP 311 - Common Misconceptions Teachers Believe About Math and Literacy Centers

April 3rd, 2021


Centers are only for lower elementary grades, right? Busy work. That’s all centers are! I have heard it all before, and I am here to tell you it’s a pack of lies! There are so many misconceptions about math and literacy …

EP 310 - Tips for Using Centers for Enrichment

March 27th, 2021


When you need to add the cherry on top of a concept, what are you going to do? Go to centers! When you are trying to test prep for the upcoming state testing season, how are you going to review? Go to centers! Centers …

EP 309 - Tips for Using Independent Centers in Your Classroom

March 20th, 2021


Are you afraid to use centers right now because it’s just not safe? Centers are great for so many things! Review! Test prep! Enriching material! …

EP 308 - Early Finisher Activities That Are Easy To Implement

March 13th, 2021


When you start working on anything whether it’s in your centers or just in class, some students are inevitably going to get done faster than others. Therefore, some students are going to have extra time to do, well …

EP 307 - Setting Up Your Centers

March 6th, 2021


Centers are great for differentiation, collaborative work, test prep, reviewing material, and enriching learning that is already taking place. …

EP 306 - Organizing Your Centers for Simple Set-Up

February 27th, 2021


Are you struggling to get your centers organized? Today I share some tips and strategies for organizing your centers so your set-up and consistency are simple and easy!


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EP 305: Social Emotional Learning in Learning Centers

February 6th, 2021


While the world of teaching was flipped, so was the world of being a student. Therefore, social emotional learning became more important than ever to integrate into your day, but where? You can integrate social …

EP 304: Grouping Students In Learning Centers

January 30th, 2021


How do you begin grouping your students in centers? Grouping students is not easy, but here are a few ways.


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EP 303: Going Beyond The Worksheet

January 23rd, 2021


Worksheets are a great tool for teachers to use in order to understand just where students are in their understanding. However, worksheets can get …

EP 302: My Centers are CHAOS...How Do I Fix Them?

January 16th, 2021


Are your math and literacy centers CHAOS? You probably don't have a simple easy framework! The best way is to use this easy centers framework for learning centers: keep it stink’n simple! KISS your worries goodbye with …

EP 301: Why Should You Use Math and Literacy Centers

January 9th, 2021


Variety is the spice of life. When we are teaching students, we are teaching individual people who happen to be in the same room. All of these little individuals have their own learning style, and it’s our job to reach …

EP 300: WE ARE BACK...Welcome to Season 3

January 9th, 2021


2020 was CRAZY YALL!  But we are back with Season 3 and ready to rock 2021!  Come listen in as I share what is in store for you here at the Teaching Made Easy podcast!

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EP 13: Kindergarten Math Games Students Love

September 17th, 2020


Math, the four-letter word that can have some students running for the bathroom, the nurse’s office, or anywhere to escape. Math can be one of the …

EP 12 - Easy Strategies for Literacy Development in Elementary

September 10th, 2020


Literacy, a piece of education that shows up in all the subjects we teach. From English class to story problems in math literacy is literally everywhere in education. When students struggle to read, it can make several …

EP 11: Tips for Working With Special Education Teachers

September 3rd, 2020


Differentiation is a big word in the world of education. But what does this mean? In a nutshell, this “big word” means you are thinking of all of …

EP 10: Ways to Utilize A Classroom Assistant

August 27th, 2020


Classroom assistants are literal angels sent down from the superintendent or principal as a gift to you. Having an extra pair of eyes, ears, and hands in the classroom can be a Godsend! If you’ve never had a classroom …

EP 9: Ways To Impact Emergent Literacy In Kindergarten

August 20th, 2020


When a kindergartener walks into the classroom, what kind of reading skills do expect them to have? From the time they were born all the way through …

EP 8: Teaching Aids Worth Investing In For Your Classroom

August 13th, 2020


When we are in our classroom, it’s “us against the world.” There are times in the classroom when we have too many questions to answer, but if we have a good teaching aid to reference, the number of students who need …

EP 7: Word Walls - Making It Work For You

August 6th, 2020


The ever amazing word wall … the place where sight words hang and sometimes never get used. Word walls are amazing tools to have in your classroom, …

EP 6: Classroom Mistakes and How to Fix Them

July 31st, 2020


In our society, teachers are often held to a higher standard. While this is flattering, we are all bound to falter here and there. Whether that’s forgetting about having a morning duty or saying something at the wrong …

EP 5: Classroom Binder - 5 Must Haves to Include

July 30th, 2020


Have you ever gotten really sick or had one of your own kiddos get really sick last minute? Has there been a family emergency you had to attend to? Have you ever had a day where you are barely hanging on and it’s only …

EP 4: Room Parents and How They Can Help You

July 23rd, 2020


When a storm hits and your field trip gets postponed hours, maybe minutes before take-off who are you going to call? Your room a parent! This classroom asset is a great resource to help you bridge the communication gap …

EP 3 - Trauma-Informed Teaching

July 16th, 2020


What do you think of when you hear the word trauma? For many of us, we may think of death at a young age, abuse, or bad accidents that result in a …

EP 2- Practicing Sight Words In Your Classroom

July 9th, 2020


When you teach your students to read, you open the door to endless possibilities. Not only will your students have a stronger vocabulary, but their …

EP 1 - Morning Activities for Your Classroom

July 2nd, 2020


The bell rings and your students are ready to start the day but are you? So many things happen when the day officially begins and it can be overwhelming. Your students are getting ready to start the day while you are …

EP 0 - Welcome To the New TME Podcast

June 30th, 2020


Welcome to the all NEW Teaching Made Easy Podcast!  We are super pumped you are here and can't wait to kick off the new school year with you here on …

5 Secrets to Happy Customers - EP33

November 24th, 2019


Keeping customers happy is a huge part of any business. If you want your business to thrive, check out these five secrets to happy customers. 

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Strategies for Your Out of Control Classroom - EP 32

November 17th, 2019


An out of control classroom can come in many forms and at any time during the school year. Typically, an out of control classroom presents itself in …

Finding Your Brand Voice - EP31

November 10th, 2019


When you start your journey as an edupreneur, one of the first things you’re going to want to figure out is your brand. Your brand is what will set you apart from others who are creating similar products and give your …

Rocking Your Close Reading - EP 30

November 5th, 2019


Close Reading' has been used as an educational “buzzword” for the past few years but the Common Core Standards don’t do a very good job of explaining exactly what close reading is.

In this episode, I share some tips and …

Prepping for A Substitute Teacher - EP29

October 20th, 2019


As teachers, we are all well aware that it is far easier to be at school than it is to spend our time prepping for a substitute teacher so we can be …

Hiring Help 101 - Part 2 - EP 28

October 14th, 2019


Hiring help for your business can be overwhelming and a daunting task. It can sometimes feel like just continuing to do it all yourself will be less …

Hiring Help 101 - Part 1 - EP 27

October 6th, 2019


Hiring help for your business can be overwhelming and a daunting task. It can sometimes feel like just continuing to do it all yourself will be less …

Social Media for Edupreneurs - EP26

September 30th, 2019


Everyone walks around with a computer in their pocket which means everyone always has access to social media. It’s true social media has made us a …

Benefits to Letting Students Struggle - EP25

September 23rd, 2019


Sometimes letting students struggle is the best strategy.  Wait what?  Stay with me here.  You wake up in the morning and your alarm is screaming at you while the dog barks. Your kid throws up, and you realize you …

How to Create Teacher Resources On a Budget - EP 24

September 15th, 2019


If you are an edupreneur then you have probably experienced low funding and budgets in our school systems.  Your teacher audience is facing this, …

Helicopter Parents - EP23

September 9th, 2019


In a time when were a struggling sometimes just to get a note signed by parents and sent back to school, parents who are overly involved in their …

Time vs Money - EP 22

September 1st, 2019


If time vs money is a constant battle in your life...these tips are some of the ways I have found to battle this problem. These tips and strategies have helped me get a handle on this struggle in my own business.


Flexible Seating in the Classroom - EP 21

August 24th, 2019


A lot of teachers are ditching the desks and opting for flexible seating in the classroom. But is it all that it’s cracked up to be? Should you make …

Top Mentors and Coaches for Edupreneurs - EP 20

August 17th, 2019


Today we chat about some of the best and most helpful mentors and coaches for me along my edupreneur journey! Find the show notes here:

YouTube for Full Time Travelers - EP 19

August 12th, 2019


Traveling full time takes some prep and planning!  One way that my husband and I began our research is watching YouTube channels that focus on …

How To Run A Successful Donors Choose Project - EP 18

August 3rd, 2019


Get some Tips and Strategies for getting your Donors Choose Project funded and getting needed items for your classroom! Find the show notes over at


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5 Things I Would Do Different as an Edupreneur - EP 17

July 22nd, 2019


This journey as an edupreneur has been an adventure! Through the ups and downs I have made a list of things I would do different if was starting it …

What Every Teacher Must Do at the End of the Year - Episode 15

June 7th, 2019


In today's episode we take a look at how you can make your end of the year go smoothly and get you on the fast track to enjoying those summer days!

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Finding Your Community - EP 14

May 31st, 2019


Welcome Back Field Trippers!  In this episode we take a look at the importance of finding the right business community to help you grow and scale your business!  
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Living With Your Spouse - 24/7 In An RV - EP 13

May 23rd, 2019


Do you think you and your spouse could live together 24/7/365 in a small tiny space?  In this episode, we dive into our life, some mistakes we made, …

Surviving Testing Season - EP 12

May 17th, 2019


Let’s be real!  When you are teacher, stress comes with the job.  But when you are a teacher during testing season, that stress is 10 fold.  Your …

So, You Wanna Sell Your Teacher Resources - Ep 11

May 9th, 2019


 Today we are going to have a frank discussion about the online business that has allowed my husband and I to leave normal and travel full time …

When Life Gives You Lemons - EP 10

May 1st, 2019


What do you do when life hands you lemons? Suck on the sour fruit or make a cold glass of sweet lemonade? Today's episode is all about taking lemons …

Interview with Trina Deboree - Traveling, Working, and Podcasting - EP 9

March 28th, 2019


This week I sit down with Trina Deboree of Trina Deboree Teaching and Learning to chat about all things travel, work, and podcasting!  Find the show notes HERE!

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Making Money While Traveling - Ep 8

March 21st, 2019


In this episode, we will explore some ways to make money while traveling and living your dream life.  You can view the show notes here for links to anything mentioned in the episode.

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Working On The Go - Which iPad Should I Use - Ep 7

March 7th, 2019


Welcome to the Episode 7 of The Field Trip Teacher Podcast!  Today's episode is for my fellow creatives looking to take their work flow on the go and get things done for their business whenever and wherever they want!

Games to Enhance Learning in the Classroom - Ep6

February 27th, 2019


In this episode I share two of my favorite games to use in the classroom to enhance learning in the classroom!  

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Business Besties with Kelly of Mrs. Avery's Island - Ep5

February 13th, 2019


This is a longer episode but we wanted to give you a front row seat to an intimate conversation with my business bestie Kelly from Mrs. Avery's Island.  

We discuss 9 reasons that you need your own business bestie in …

Five Key Steps To Being Location Independent - Ep4

February 6th, 2019


In this episode we will share our five key steps for being location independent!  It's not for everyone but if you have ever thought about not being tied down to 'normal', these are the steps you will need to take to …

Living Tiny in A Big World - Ep3

January 30th, 2019


On this episode of The Field Trip Teacher podcast we talk some of the most commonly asked questions we get about our lifestyle of being mobil and living life on the road in our RV.  

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Why I Left the Classroom - Ep2

January 23rd, 2019


In this episode, I will share the answer to a questions I get daily in my DM box..."Why did you leave the classroom?"

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Meet Your Hosts The Henleys - Ep1

January 17th, 2019


In this first episode of The Field Trip Teacher Podcast we introduce ourselves to you and share what you can expect to hear on the podcast!  Come along on our journey as we travel the country and live nomadically while …

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