So I have been reading several novels in search of the perfect move for my class to read for our next novel study. I re-read Hatchet, Maniac Magee, and Touching Spirit Bear. All of these books are books I read many, many years ago so I definitely needed the refresher. This week I have chosen … Continue reading IMWAYR☠️
This week our football team will play in the football playoffs, our school is Co-Op’ed with another small local school for sports and this is there first ever playoff bout in co-op history. My son is the water boy for the football team and my husband is one of the coaches. So lately I have … Continue reading IMWAYR🏈
This week I have a homecoming hangover! What a week it was, my little girl was honored with the duty of carrying the crowns for the senior homecoming court and received her own crown to wear as she pleases. Does she believe she is a princess now? Well, you might think so, but some days … Continue reading IMWAYR💜
This week was homecoming week in Hayes Center, loads of fun and non stop evenings. I created literacy rich lessons for my students this week, that included stories from our reading series and also some short stories that were chosen by my students. With these stories we talked a lot of plot, theme and character. … Continue reading It’s Monday, What are you Reading?
Caption: My son picked up The One and Only Ivan and has been enjoying for his “reading for enjoyment” book! Are there enough hours? If I were to reflect upon my first 8 weeks of reading I would tell you that it was a bit of a blur. My reading choices have been a combination … Continue reading First 8 Weeks Reading Reflection
Each Sunday I plan lessons for my sixth grade class for the following week and make sure all of my copies are made, along with this planning I have a good set of fiction and nonfiction short stories I go through to find anything that may match up or connect with the new weeks lessons. … Continue reading Creating a Reading Plan
As the school starts to really catch a rhythm and I attempt to find the groove of the schedule with my children, I’ve found that the books I’m searching out are ones that I can read with my children. This week with my toddler we have been particularly interested in any board book with farm … Continue reading It’s Monday, What are you Reading?