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Ladies and gentlemen we officially have a crawler in the house! 😭😭😭 ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Full day of teaching followed by parent-teacher conferences with half of my class has my teacher heart feeling fulfilled but gotta say I am #teachertired to the max! Happy Friday Eve y’all! ... See MoreSee Less
3 days ago
This week we’ve been learning about the sun, moon, and stars. But you know what makes science come to LIFE for young learners? ☀️🌙⭐️
Exposing them to real people who have made achievements in this field. Today we read “Hidden Figures” and my First Grade friends were captivated from cover to cover. ☀️🌙⭐️
It led to some amazing discussion about equality, the “behind the scenes” of major historical moments, and the importance of math. They begged to see real pictures of these 4 incredible women and became so captivated with their stories. ☀️🌙⭐️
Have you read this with your students? If you teach a space unit I HIGHLY recommend it! I’ve linked my Amazon aff link here so you can check it out: amzn.to/388Or0Y ... See MoreSee Less
And I could use alllllll the illusion today. Not gonna lie, today was one of those days it was hard to get out of bed. Anyone else feeling it today? ... See MoreSee Less
One of the most important things we work on in terms of literacy is creating independent readers.
I love creating that joy and love for reading with my students, so much so that they often hoard books from our classroom library. I’m talking one kiddo with 6 Dog Man books...
But hey, that’s a good problem to have! That’s why I started using book shopping checklist to help my friends make reasonable book choices.
Whether from a specific bin, level, genre, etc I love being able to edit this bookmarks and square checklists to fit their needs! You can check them out here: bit.ly/bookshoppingchecklist ... See MoreSee Less