Friday, June 3, 2016

June's Pick 3 Pinterest Party

Summer Break, I think I was more ready for it than the kids.
I know some of you aren't on break yet but Hang In There YOU got this!!!

I'm linking up with my friends Pawsitively Teaching, Just Reed, and Inspired Owl's Corner for June's Pick 3 Linky Party.  I can't wait to see what everyone has pinned for the summer!


My kids are very active so I have to find things to keep them occupied during the summer.  Sure we are going to be working on reading, sight words and multiplication to name a few things but I need to find fun ways to do that.




My first pin I think will hit the mark with my kids.  I'm thinking maybe my kids would like shooting ping pong balls at post-it note sight words or math problems they know that are on the wall.  I may even use this in the classroom next year.

Plus these would just be fun to make:)

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After all that playing and learning we will need a sweet/sour treat to help recover.  
My kids LOVE sour gummy worms!
Sure to be a big hit!!
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My daughter had a fairy birthday party in May and now fairy things are on my mind.
I want to make a few of these to have in my garden and even my classroom next year.
Just look how fun and creative the kids could get with these.

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I hope you found something you might like to try this summer.
If not I'm sure one of my friends that have linked up below will have just what you are looking for.
If you're on Summer Break enjoy your time off!
If you're not hopefully you don't have too much more before you're off.
Hang in there the end is near!
Enjoy your day and happy pinning:)







Sunday, May 22, 2016

The Little Linebacker Book Tour Review


Being a First Grade teacher means I'm always on the lookout for new books.  I especially love books that help my students with things they might be going through and this one, The Little Linebacker, fit the bill perfectly.  I enjoyed the message of Never Give UP and the wonderful encouragement of the characters in the book.  When things look hard or impossible keep going because hard work pays off.

I asked my students, after I had read the book to them, if they could name some things that were hard for them but they kept going to learn or do.  They all said tying shoes and this is still a struggle for some of my sweeties.  Learning a new game and reading were other answers.  They all agreed it was important to not give up and to continue to practice and work hard to learn all of these.

The message in this book was wonderful for ending the school year.  Some students are ready to Give Up before the school year ends.  This story helped them to keep going through the end.  I plan on using this story to start off my school year next year and I can see it would be great to reread around the middle and end of the year too.

Below you will find a summary, book synopsis, book trailer and the download of a free readers  guide to go with this wonderful book.

Summary:
Stephen is a little kid with big dreams of playing football. The odds are against him when he is tested and faced with challenges. This is a story of a boy who worked really hard to defy the odds and become a leader.




Synopsis: 
Have you ever wanted something so much, but it seemed impossible? That’s how it was for Stephen growing up. The odds were against him when all he ever wanted to do was play football. Read to find out what happens when a young boy decides to never say never!

Check out the book trailer below.




A Complete Readers Guide is available to go along with this wonderful story.
Click here to download

Tuesday, April 5, 2016

April's Pinterest Pick 3 Party:)

Ahh April!
I LOVE this month.
It could be because Spring is really starting to show up.
Or maybe because of Spring Break,
But mostly because it's my birthday month:)
Not that I'm excited about turning another year older but I enjoy celebrating my birthday and my Hubby's birthday.  Mine is the 16th and his is the 14th.  Yep we are almost 5 years apart to the day:)
Anyway I also love joining my sweet friends for the Pinterest Pick 3 every month too.
Check out what I plan on trying with my first graders this month.


Look how much fun Earth Day will be with these wonderful arts and crafts!
My students always do so much better learning when the activities call for some creative ideas/crafts.
They LOVE to make things!
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EWW worms!
I'm not a worm kind of girl but my kiddos loved learning about worms a few years ago.
I think it's time to bring these critters back into my classroom with this group.
I'm sure they would be a hit!
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I LOVE teaching about weather during April.
The science experiments and crafts that go along with the subject are always enjoyed.
Who doesn't like making shaving cream clouds that rain!?!

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Check out my Pinterest Feed for more exciting ideas!


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