Check out the ESOL Odyssey for on opportunity to help out teachers effected by Hurricane Sandy. I have donated some materials and I hope you will too. Or if you are in need of help you can apply for it at that site. Just click the pic below.
Megan at “I Teach, What’s Your Super Power?” (Don’t you just LOVE the name of her blog?!?) is celebrating today. She has reached to wonderful goal of 500 followers to her amazing blog. As part of her celebration she is throwing a giveaway party. Check it out here.
When I was in my master’s program one of my professors told the class that we always have to remember that they child who is giving you so much trouble is on someone’s mantle. That they are the best and brightest hope their family has for the future, and in
Our current science unit is on nutrition, and my students are really into it. Today we discussed how chocolate may be yummy and delicious, but it is a treat and not really all that healthy for you. One of my little darlings became really upset at that suggestion and insisted
One of my students said to me the other day, “Mrs. Carr I just miss you all day.” I had to laugh and tell him, “but honey it’s only 9:00, we still have 6 more hours to spend with each other.” 🙂 I just love 2nd grade!
Dear Friends, I was in another teacher’s classroom today and noticed how her desks were arranged. She had them turned at a different angle than I had mine, and it made her room seem just a bit more open. I loved the idea and returned to my classroom to