Thursday, May 31, 2012

Serapes, Vocabulary Parade and What Nots

Hey everybody! Long time no blog. I know I’ve been MIA but that’s what a sinus infection while preparing for the end of school will do to a gal.
I’ve got a few things to share as far as the haps in my class. BTW yesterday was the last day for students…today was my last day. I’m Living My Life Like It’s Golden…holla if ya love Jill Scott. Her Storytellers episode on VH1…da bomb!

We have a wonderful Spanish teacher who made Serapes with our students. Here’s my class styling and profiling. Don’t they look good.
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Every year our second grade teachers put on a Vocabulary Parade…from this book…

I look forward to it every year. Here are a few pics.
                                                           Head Strong
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       Lightning                                                Scale
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  Disguise                                                     Head Strong
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Graduate                                                     Knuckle Ball
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                                                             Bookworm… I love it!!!
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Here are a few pictures from Math Stations this past week.
Students use the dice tool and add ten to the number rolled. Then they get to cover that number.
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                                     Students are adding three numbers
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                                                 Working with time
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                                                 Movie Night Addition
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                                             Collecting Addition Facts
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Have a wonderful weekend!!!!!

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7 comments:

  1. Yay for summer!! Happy last day of school! I hope you are feeling better. :)

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  2. Where do you get your Promethean Board activities? It's one of the most popular centers in our classroom and I'm always looking for more. I've bought a few from your TPT store and love them!

    Have a great summer.

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  3. Wahoo for your summer vacation! =)

    I always love having a peek into your classroom! You are amazing!


    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  4. Thanks ladies!
    Beth, I usually just make my own activities. The one in the post is a quick one I whipped up.

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  5. Love your blog! Keep the inspiration coming.
    Is the interactive activity in the post available at TPT?
    Enjoy your summer!
    sotte@calvinschool.org

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  6. Cute blog! We are your newest followers. check us out if you get a chance!

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