Hey y’all! We are THREE more school days away from Spring Break… can you believe it??!! We are going to go from snow/ice to the BEACH, hallelujah! I will say that it’s been hard to gather things together for warm temperatures, but I’ll manage to make it happen, ha! I think I’ve mentioned that our Open House is the Tuesday after Spring Break. Well, if I don’t get everything up and taken care of now then I won’t be able to relax on my break! So, we’ve been super busy putting all the final touches on our classroom!
I gave my cabinets a little makeover thanks to Teacher Created Resources! I changed out the border and added their cute Welcome banner! I’m going to print out pictures of my students to put underneath the letters. My kids are going to be so excited when I get those up! One of my kids said, “Don’t you think it’s a little late to be welcoming us to class!” Touche my child, touche, ha!
I also added this sweet little awning to my personal picture board. I walked around the classroom forever trying to figure out the perfect place… then I finally settled on this board and I love it! Can you believe you just make a couple of folds and then staple it up??! And, it’s only 8 bucks!
Speaking of Seuss… how cute are these directed drawings from First Grade Blue Skies??! They look so festive in the halls, and we’ve received tons of compliments so far! It only made sense that we incorporated art and writing after my Blog Post this weekend!
Today we read One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish. We did a little math integration and wrote story problems for addition. They used paint dotters to make the fish… and they are just for fun, not for the actual problem solving because we couldn’t make hundreds of fish, ha!
Oh, and it was Book Fair this week… Joelle may have asked her KK to come have lunch today just so she would take her book fair shopping! She’s the only grandchild on my side right now, so she is just a little spoiled!!!
I can’t forget to mention that I’m also over at Blog Hoppin’ for a fun math idea!
Had so much doing some deposits and withdrawals with @truetalesofateacher’s students today!! This activity has been added to 2nd Grade Magic of Math Unit 5 and you can read about it on the blog ❤️ stepinto2ndgrade.com/money/ #magicofmath #secondgrade #makingmathfun #2ndgrade #mathintheclassroom ... See MoreSee Less
Did you know that Albert Einstein’s parents were worried about him at a young age because he didn’t begin speaking at an “average” age. He has a fascinating story! bit.ly/3rdRiRMarch... See MoreSee Less
Want to celebrate the first day of spring?! Head outside, have students use their senses to observe what spring feels like, looks like, smells like, etc. Then, students create a cloud with the adjectives they brainstormed! stepinto2ndgrade.com/brightening-my-day/ s ... See MoreSee Less