A beginners DIY guide to creating colored Jenga Blocks for classroom use.
Sorry I have been kind of MIA. Life can get crazy! December is coming up. With that comes crazy Christmas fever and behavior. The elf on the shelf is wildly used to influence positive behaviors in and out of the classroom. Here is how I incorporate and use the elf in my classroom! This begins… Continue reading Christmas In The Classroom
It's the first day of Spring Break and I have absolutely NO plans. I am okay with that! Spring Break is for recharging and self care. I do have to make plans for our first week back cause I didn't want to use my planning time effectively on Friday. But after that, I am home… Continue reading Spring Break Has Begun
Today was the last day before Spring Break. I also still don't really have a voice. It was incredibly hard to try to talk to a very chatty class when they couldn't hear me. My class is normally very quiet and listens when I'm talking. This week has been rough. Spring Fever has hit them… Continue reading Spring Break
"What do you think it means to be organized?" I asked my class after reading a sentence with the word. A child excitedly raised his hand so I called and him. He shouts, "Someone who collects organs!!" "What?" "You know, like livers and hearts and stuff." "No." I start to use children in the class… Continue reading Vocab Lesson Gone Wrong
This week has been the most exciting and best week of my life. I can't believe the things that have happened, actually happened. Let me give you the low down. Monday: A package appears at my door. I open it and find this note. For those who don't know, Snake Pit is front row seats.… Continue reading Taylor Swift Week
I have had a cold for the past few weeks. It has been terrible. This cold has included losing my voice. Which is the worst when you are a teacher. My class has taken it upon themselves to offer me their very sound medical advice. "You need to sip your water slowly so it makes… Continue reading Medical Advice From Children