So I sat down to write tonight and couldn’t think of anything going on in our classroom.
Other than a lock down yesterday. We weren’t told if it was real or a practice so half my class was in a panic and the other half got the giggles. I won’t say which half I belonged to.
Today we had spring pictures which I forgot about until a really handsome Watch Dog walked in and asked if we were ready. I may have stuttered a tiny bit.
Working with mostly women will do that to a girl.
And did I tell you that this guy was a fireman? Yep.
So, anywho, I love my hubby. Just thought I’d put that out there.
And . . . well, that’s about it.
So instead of sharing MY OWN IDEAS with you (because I don’t have any at the moment and I mostly copy what others are doing anyway), I’m going to share three things I’m using this week instead.
1. My blogging pal, Reagan over at Tunstall’s Teaching Tidbits, led me to some fun brain breaks over at Teach Train Love.
Miss Kindergarten says
Shut up!!!! ReadWords looks AWESOME!!!
It was a long, how many minutes until Spring break kind of days so thanks for the smile:)
Mrs. Leeby says
Thank you! I am doing my Kevin Bacon dance over here!
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Miss Trayers says
Could use some new brain breaks-thank you for sharing those!
Ha ha, your posts are sooo funny! 😉 I'm having the same problem lately where I'm a total newby and often don't have any of my own ideas to share. But, if you don't mind, I am going to pass some of these along. OMG, I am all in favor of using real children's literature any day of the week over some of the canned stuff, so ReadWorks will be a total bonanza!!!
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Bevin Reinen says
Hi! Thanks so much for featuring my brain break vids. They definitely serve a good purpose in the classroom, and if nothing else, they're fun! Hilarious what you said about the Footloose one! I'm pretty amazing at the Bazooka Bubble Gum rap (at least that's what the kids say so I'm going with that). I love your blog and how much personality you put into it. Happy to connect with another first grade teacher! 🙂
Read works has saved my tush with my after school kids this year. Love it so much!
Reagan Tunstall says
I tried to use the brain breaks and lo and behold my school blocks the website. Along with almost every other useful website in the world. I am SO glad you were able to use them!!!
Lisa Mattes says
VERY excited about all three! AND laughing, too!
Hello Sweet BlogFriend!
I am finally catching up on my pals–and you were first (as usual!). I just recommended your blog to three different people–all in one day! It started with talking about that music box…
I love that you have fourteen gazillion followers–and yet you so graciously share links to other people's stuff. You can bet I will be checking out Brain Breaks AND ReadWorks! Did you know that I still get lots of links from your blog address? Yep, that's the kind of friend you are!
So glad that you got a firefighter visitor. Sending you (and Murphie) a cyber hug…
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Katie Knight says
I am in love with everything you posted…. The brain breaks…yes please …. The reading web site… Now you are my hero…. And write the room- what's not to love! Thank you!