Exciting news! I’ve joined a group of 30 teachers to start a new collaborative blog – Classroom Tested Resources. One of us will post each day. For this first rotation, we will be posting about plants, planning or poetry to bring you ideas for the month of April. I can’t wait to read each post!
We’d love to hear from you. You can follow Classroom Tested Resources on facebook, pinterest, google + and instagram (classroomtestedresources). Please comment on the blog posts. We want to bring you information and resources that are of interest and value to you. The best way for us to do that is to hear what you like and the topics that you would like to see featured in upcoming blog posts.
The news just keeps getting better and better – – there’s even a fabulous giveaway to celebrate the blog launch! Three winners will each receive a teacher swag prize that has some of our favorite products. You will love this prize pack! The giveaway is open until April 1st. You can submit your entries here.
I was recently asked to write a blog post for Accucut Education. You can read my post titled Let Them Color on their new blog.
Did you already have spring break? It seems like I’ve seen many teachers on social media who already had their break and some that have it this next week. Ours is this next week and I am in serious need of some down time! I’ve just finished 3 consecutive weeks of big events. We had the school auction, report cards, conferences and an Open House. Last night at the Open House, my 1st graders performed a Boxcar Children play that they wrote! I helped write some of the narrator parts, but otherwise it was all them. There were some very funny parts and a few natural actors who enjoyed their time on stage. They all became immersed in the book and it is now a favorite. I am certain they will remember this play for a long time and that the book will hold a special place in their hearts forever. Don’t you love it when that happens?
I’ll be back tomorrow (don’t faint!) to share my 1st blog post at Classroom Tested Resources.