🎀🎀 Gold! 🎀🎀 Our ‘gold glitz’ jewellery set is such a great set to match any outfit! And great to go with all of those Christmas outfits!!! Paired here with our metallic gold Boston bow and white giant bow! 🎀🎀
When the sweet child of yours tells you they have knitting at school and the teacher scolds him for being bad at it ... and I'm like fuck... I dont know how to knit I'm a bad mom aaahhh so half of a bottle wine and an 1 hr YouTube Video's on how to knit basic shit... my child goes give me that I can do it... he panics and now knows his stuff cause he was afraid of what I would teach him 🤣😂 well I can now knit and so the Child can Knit as well. AND I'm feeling it I think I found a hobby 🤣🤣🤣 #momstories#bmo#knitting#momsoninstagram#diy#youtubehelpedme#schoolstuff#10von10süchtig
Happy Monday everyone! Today I’d like to spotlight and give a shout out to Alexandra aka @thequirkyteacher305 . She is a fellow South Florida teacher who teaches first grade. She is an amazingly, sweet person who LOVES YA novels and also has a blog about them. In this picture she’s wearing Pete the Cat ears which she uses when meeting with groups. I encourage you to visit her IG and while you’re there, give her a follow! ☺️💕
New product alert 📣
I'm so happy to share with you this cute backsack. 🍎💞🍎
You can write us if you want a green apple version. 😉
Check this sackback in our etsy shop:
Embrace the moments when ideas just crawl into your mind...and also when they literally crawl on your bulletin boards! (Pun totally intended.) See full video on YouTube. Link to channel in profile. Thanks for watching!
HELLO THERE • YES YOU! • Here’s a little reminder for you (and for me too): “You are capable of amazing things!” Believe it! And when you do...go crush those goals, go seize your day, go and be AMAZING! Much love to you 💕Have a most beautiful day!
I finally found time to have the students create this two-page spread in their Social Studies notebooks on the four types of social scientists. I have to admit I am behind in Social Studies, but trying to catch up as best as I can. We are going to focus now on geography as we explore the regions, features of maps, and Florida’s geography.
More learning with Thinking Maps! This week I led students in creating a Circle Map to define blizzards and write what they know about them.
Then we created a Multi-Flow Map to show the cause and effects of blizzards (not pictured).
Finally, we created a Double-Bubble Map to compare blizzards to hurricanes.
The final step was to have the students write a summary paragraph about blizzards starting with a topic sentence that answered the question, “So what?”
Students then had to write at least one detail sentence about blizzards per thinking map they created.
To finish their summary paragraph, students needed to write a final sentence (concluding sentence), that answered the question, “Why is this important?”