One of our kindergarten teachers had the hall bulletin board for the month of October, and this is what her babies did!
We are on schedule for December. Hmmmm……
We made a reading bulletin board today so we could keep up with each other as far as how many books we have read so far for the school year.
I now have 2 students who are ahead of me. One hasn’t put his sticky note up yet. Although I did question the # he is claiming. Should I do that??? It just seems hard to believe-27 books in 6 weeks of school. But the other students were believing him. Hmmmm….. I’ll be more observant and can’t wait to conference with him soon. 🙂
December has been my month the last couple of years to decorate the bulletin board in our hallway. Voila!
“PRESENTS AND GIFTS CAN MAKE US BOAST, BUT FAMILY IS WHAT MATTERS MOST”
Thank you, Teresa, for coming along at the RIGHT time as I was STRUGGLING to get the garland stapled at the top!! 🙂
Being 5’1 is a problem sometimes. It’s good to know people. 🙂
You can link up and showcase whatever you have been working on for your classroom/school over at Tara’s 4th Grade Frolics fabulous blog and Monday Made It Linky Party!
I have made:
time for reading, supper, my 18 year old daughter mad at me, and my laundry able to fold itself (just joking!). 🙂
I made a NEW lesson plan template. Yes, again. I went to a 2 day workshop on content literacy and strategic teaching and FELL IN LOVE WITH STRATEGIC TEACHING!!! So I revised my lesson plan template to reflect this new love. Here it is if you want to use it, edit it, throw it away……
Here’s a pic of it-
I also got 2 of my bulletin boards ready in my classroom. One is for my english anchor charts, and the other one will be for current events since I’m teaching a block of 5th grade english and 5th and 6th US history.
I am going for the simple black and white theme this year since I painted my walls a BRIGHT BLUE!!! Guaranteed to keep the kids awake during history! 🙂
What did you make this week?