I have been in a Phonics training for the last few months. It’s been very insightful. I didn’t KNOW how to teach phonics and with the ebbs and flows in education it was hard to see where this would fit into the daily grind. Thankfully my district has invested a lot into teaching phonics and I … Continue reading So much to do
I’ve been really giving this class my best and I haven’t blogged like I wanted to. It’s funny how just a few minute changes make teaching so much different. One of my babies thought they’d bribe me by putting my name in their noun search. Well, it worked. Here’s a cookie! I love this group. We … Continue reading Catching up
Today I wrapped up my Whole30 adventure. I started on May 4th and concluded today. That makes it not Whole30, but Whole130 days. Here are some of my numbers. Starting weight May 4, 2015 224 Ending weight September 10, 2015 199 Starting waist size 38 Ending waist size 36 Starting neck size 16 1/2 Ending neck size … Continue reading My Whole30 adventure
This week I made LOTS of head way with both my English as well as Spanish students. They all need help, but in different scales to say the least. I had two readers come in this week. (Had to catch up on the fact that I didn’t have one last week) Grade level chose Weather … Continue reading Let’s talk about a great week
This week was OUTSTANDING! I love this group of kids! I’m so very happy to have come aboard. Now let’s review this week in pics. The 5th grade team thought it would be nice to start everyone’s week with a special card. They were right. That was kinda cool. My neighbor who’s a 1st year … Continue reading First full week in review.
I have to say so much about the new school I was placed this year. I have to go do my mile run and lift some heavy things, but I promise to get back to you. Don’t mean to leave you hanging, but check back I promise. Continue reading I love my new school
This school year started off with very little fan fair. That’s a good thing, trust me. I’m OK with easing into gear and a slow take off to cruising altitude. Let’s look at the current state of affairs. The Exciting I have 15 students. Most are of Hispanic descent. I have more boys than girls … Continue reading And so it begins