Celebrating the Holidays at School without Headaches!

Happy Valentine's Day! Did you stay up all night crafting hand-made cards for 26 kids in your child's class? There has GOT to be a better way! Former Kindergarten teacher Sharon Lee joins us with helpful hints to save your sanity amid a Pinterest-fueled craze for craftiness!
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