Are you headed on a fun spring break adventure? We are not, we have a trip to Disney World planned for May, so we will be staycationers over the next week. I am hoping all three kiddos are healthy and we can take some mini-adventures around Cincinnati. Being an upper elementary to middle school teacher in an urban setting I find that my students don’t tend
I am SUPER excited to be participating in the NEW Educents Marketplace, an AMAZING on-line spot to find even more FREEBIES, deals, and the most perfect tools for your students. While this used to be a spot for parents and educators to find deals, the deals would expire and could no longer be purchased, but starting today, that isn’t happening anymore. Educents has always helped
So this past week we won the lottery-the 3rd grade Crayfish Lottery, that is! My son had been studying crayfish in science, and after his classroom learning was completed, his teacher decided to allow students the opportunity to take one of the three classroom crayfish home! While I figured it would be a long-shot to win the permission slip crayfish lottery, we did! You have
When people ask me what I do I tell them that I am a 6th grade reading and language arts teacher. I think some people want to chuckle at the thought that I am “teaching” 6th graders to read, but it is in fact what I do! Likely what you do as well, if you are reading my blog! I don’t know about you, but
One week closer to summer, right?! The inspiration behind this post is my son’s delightful questioning from Friday morning…”When are we gonna start our countdown to summer?” Holy Moses…it is still getting into the 30s at night and winter has barely left our doorstep, but “OK, my boy, we will begin a count down.!” As of now, it is 38 days! School days, that is!
Happy New Year! While I know many school districts went back to school this Monday, we have been back in school since January 2nd! At this point in the school year, I love to take the time to challenge my students to think about their work so far and where they hope to be by the end of the school year. To incorporate the start