That’s a rug.
And a chair.
On top of the taped off floor.
The room is being painted as we speak. Or, as I type. You say potato, I say french fry. I feel as if I’m speaking to you as I type so it’s all the same to me.
The rug and the chair are from Target. I copied my twin. She has the exact same rug in her office. And the chair? Well, it has a twin, too.
I got two.
I can’t wait to have you over for a cup of coffee in my new office. We can talk business. And, by business, I mean reality TV.
The chair had to be ordered online and I was really worried about whether or not it would be comfy . . . because even though it’s super cute and fits the size of the room, Steve (wow – look at me, saying his name all casual-like, ain’t no big thang) kept insisting that it had to be a comfortable chair. Oh men.
Well, hot dog, it’s comfortable!
We made our Sentence Buddies this week! I can’t get enough of this guy and I think this is my third year in a row using him. Thanks to Stephanie, it’s FREE!
She is brilliant, don’t ya think?
I might have been considered brilliant, too, had I taken pictures of my own sentence buddies, but I didn’t. I was too busy, apparently.
There is really nothing to say about this picture except to say . . .
AWWWWWWWWWWWWWWW. I just love Murphie’s paws. I can’t get over her paws.
Okay, to build on the Sentence Buddy, we used Kelley’s Super Sentence Writers pack.
This pack is SO GOOD! And SO FUN! And my kids know SUBJECT and PREDICATE now!
SUBJECT and PREDICATE!
You know how I keep it real? Well, here’s something real. I have never taught subject and predicate before. I mean, don’t get me wrong, I’ve taught the naming part and the action part, but I never called it the subject and the predicate.
But now I do. Thanks to Kelley and this pack. And guess what? My kids could handle it.
Plus, there’s a song.
So we sang it.
You get the song in the pack.
We have been taking all of this Sentence Buddy and Subject and Predicate stuff and writing opinions.
I know. It’s like I don’t recognize myself, either.
And, not to mention, look at the Four Star paper in effect. Yes sirree Bob.
I am loving my new little crafty miniature clothespins . . . I hot glue-gunned them to the laminated construction paper before school started and they have made switching out student work super easy!
Seriously, who am I?