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Starting the year out right....

I’d like to welcome you to my very first blog and my very first post!  It only seems to make sense that I should start my first post in the same way I begin my school year.  718 more words


Back to Kindergarten

Food and Culture class teaches Kindergarten!

Students worked in planning committees to plan developmentally appropriate lessons that emphasized:

  • Eating fresh, healthy, and/or homemade foods
  • Culturally significant foods that connect kids to communities and traditions outside of the United States.
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Add some real life activities to your class lessons

Do your students need help in more than writing their assessment responses?

I encourage students who have been away from the work environment to start reading more business-related articles and practice their writing in a… 185 more words


I Am Not Going Backward

As the school year begins to wrap up, I anxiously await approval for my request to move from the Library Media Specialist position I’ve held for the past nine years, to a fifth grade classroom teaching position, which I’ve dreamed about for the last five.  649 more words

Mama in the Classroom

Working parents know that it isn’t always easy to be an active participant in your child’s classroom. We miss out on field trips, plays, concerts, being a classroom parent. 408 more words


Does your classroom have a view?

One of my favorite parts about taking online classes, is having the freedom to study wherever and whenever I choose. Having a classroom with essentially no walls definitely has its advantages, and also helps the creative process. 234 more words

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Report Card Time- An Important Message for Parents

The day is fast approaching where your child’s annual report card will be handed over to you. Whether your child is a high achiever, or barely just passing, your heart will be anxious. 1,005 more words