My Wish List….hmmm? A new rug would be nice a new imac couldn’t hurt. I could always use more storage! an unlimited supply of markers… Why not an iphone, too? Can hardly have an iphone without an ipad… Nothing wrong with dreaming big, right? Join in the linky party with What’s on your list??
Here is a little mini-tour of my room…well, at least how it used to look. We finally have a new theme (ocean) so all this will be changing… well, not ALL of it, but you get the drift =) Anyway…one thing I wanted to point out that took me years to start doing is Painting bulletin boards! I like to freehand it, but someteachers use
I worked at school today and had to get letters out for a bulletin board and it occurred to me that I should share the way I organize my letters. Perhaps most of you already do this, but if you haven’t done it, trust me…it’s worth the time!! I had a parent get it started for me years ago…and each year when I add letters,
Here are some pictures of my Parent Brochure (folded and unfolded-front and back). Be sure to click at the bottom of the post to see it as a pdf! I hand these out during Open House. They are also GREAT throughout the year if I have a new student walk through the door, it is quick and easy to just hand this to the parent
I am so happy to see so many new followers and great bloggers! Sooooo excited! If and when I get up to 100, I will be having my first giveaway..and I already know what I want to give! So get your friends to come have a look! Anyway, I have been going through my computer here at home to see what I will be needing
Love2Learn2day A post today over at Love2Learn2Day suggested talking about a favorite book you use for Math. I have to say one of my favorites is The Fly on the Ceiling: A Math Mystery. It is *perfect* to help explain the Cartesian Coordinate System to young kids. I used it when I taught third and still use it in first. Of course, the story is
Here is my first Freebie! It is an activity I do on the first day of school, along with a self portrait we hang up. Please understand this is my first try and that I am not at school, so I have limited access to my materials, ideas, etc. I am at home and trying desperately to figure all this out as my two
I have never been the “new kid” while growing up. I attended the same school from first right up to twelfth grade. Of course, going to college you feel a bit like the new kid…or when coming into a new school as a teacher. But for me, it has been a while since I felt that after 13 years at the same school…until now. I