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meet the teacher

Jen lives in the beautiful, Tongass National Forest in her hometown of Juneau, Alaska. She has two rambunctious and adorable toddlers, and a loving and crafty husband.  She loves to create teaching resources and doodle clipart in her spare time.

If you'd like to contact her, you can email her at jen@teachinginthetongass.com.

7 comments

  1. I cam ea across your blog while scrolling through the blog hop. I noticed the title and wondered if you lived in Juneau. I lived there for a year (my husband completed and internship) 30 years ago. It was one of the best experiences of our lives. I can't wait to read some more.

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  2. Lovely, I like your blog, love to read about concepts shared here and the way ...
    I would like to share FREE classroom management app myly with many more advance features use around the world.

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  3. Hi, Jen - we love your work, so we just knew your blog would be a delight, too! We are knew to blogging and would love it if you'd drop by for a visit: https://itallstartedwithflubber.blogspot.com/

    It was such a thrill to meet you in person at the #tptorlando16 conference at the Teacher Meet Up (in the "beverage" line, no less). We hope your travels here in the lower 48 are safe, fun, and filled with memorable moments!

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  4. Hey hey - me again! Just watched your video on Why I Love TpT - totally love all of your thoughts on it and share the same sentiments completely. I'm bookmarking your blog to explore more fully when I can hold open both eyes! 💚

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  5. My husband and I were in the Gifford Pinchot National Forest in south west washington state and found a large bear bread and would like to know how to preserve it in it's natural state. I have native plants and want to surround that garden with natural items from the forest.

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  6. Is the Valentine Day worksheet to parents in Spanish by chance?

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