This morning we took baby to an appointment and surprise! A @dunkindonuts truck was giving away free samples (in the cutest little cups) and gift cards! Then, as I sat waiting to be called back, an older woman sat next to me and started asking questions about baby. Turns out she has a 13 year old grandson who was born smaller than our little one. She took out her phone and showed me photos of him, now thriving. It's a rainy, dreary day today, but these small things brightened my morning. Kind words (and coffee) can always make the day better ☺ What bright spots were in your day? Share below and remember - it's almost Friday! ⏬⏬
Thank you @cal_zenn for sharing how much your students enjoyed Test Prep Jenga! I am so happy that I am able to create resource that help students and teachers! #teachersoftpt#testprep#schoolfun http://bit.ly/AmyMezniTPT
Because it isn’t enough to teach our children how to read... or how to add and subtract... or about the states of matter, or even about how a bill becomes a law. Our children need to learn how to deal with the complex emotions facing them and have access to mental health services. We need to remove the stigma - not just for our students or their families, but ourselves too. this, not a gun. Thank you to @thesuperheroteacher and @missbertels_ for launching this movement. We will not be silenced - and : we demand change.
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Who said teaching volume can’t be fun? My students loved this hands on activity of spinning/creating rectangular prisms using unit cubes today! Thanks @teachingtoinspireblog for the wonderful resource!
And to think that I thought that math facts on stair risers were cool. Well, actually they are, but these are AMAZING! Can you imagine how many littles are saying these words in their heads and hopefully in their hearts, too, as they climb every day? May this become the next school decor trend! Thanks for the repost @rmeghann !
I will be out of the classroom for the next two days at a conference. I am always worried how my class will act without me there. A friend shared this idea with me and I knew this would be the perfect way to encourage my kids to be their best while I was away. What tricks or tips do you use for your kids while you are away?