I am joining Rachel over at Views from Room 205 for a Top Ten Pins of the Year Linky Party. How can I only pick 10?
Having students create replicas of stores and other landmarks in our community seems like a lot of fun.
I get a kick out of reading first grade writing and can't believe how much many of them grow as writers in just a year's time. Here is a cute and useful display to use in your classroom. It is on my Summer To Do List!
I love the creative way Mrs. Nichols displays her class rules.
Cute and Crafty.
Cute and Crafty again!? Is this becoming a theme?
When I saw these I had to make one for my student teacher. She loved it! Would it be silly to make myself one?
This quote summed up how I feel about my marriage of 20 years. In October, we renewed our vows and included our children in the ceremony. It was so much more special than even the first!
I hope to talk my hubby into making something like this over the summer.
What teacher doesn't love Dr Seuss? I loved him as a little kid & may love him even more as a BIG kid. I have to make these trees next year.
Any time I can miss eating and learning together, I am a happy teacher.
Why couldn't I make one of these for the classroom? It could be a reading bench during Daily 5 & serve as a filing cabinet also.
And I am sure my kiddos would like Mrs. Pippen's take on using their "writer's eyes" to cheek their work.