Good Morning! I'm supposed to be working on my thesis, but my brain is in the classroom wondering about the best way to begin the new year [next week]. So I began looking at some blogs and found so many top-notch ideas that I just have to share.
by Fifth in the Middle
Diane shares her reflections with her followers and gives her new goals for blog. I totally want to do the same.
One of my goals for 2014 was to get a blog started. My 2015 goal is to be diligent in posting:
1. Things that happen in the classroom that other teachers may find useful.
2. New products I create.
3. Share ideas I find that I think other will want to know about.
4. Connect with other teachers and their blogs.
5. Learn how to really work this blog. I still haven't figured out how to add the little boxes/icons that others have listed on thier blogs. [This one should actually be #1]
Here are some of my favorite "finds" for the new year:
by Mrs. O Knows
With this FREE product, you get students to think about their goals as well as practice using Context Clues in a very creative and fun way!! Check it out. You won't be disappointed.
to find out more about creating a "Memory Jar" for your students at school.
My jar will feature my classroom theme. I really like the idea of having colored paper next to the jar. I also love her idea about saving plastic jars for students to make as family gifts. To find out more, visit the Clutter-Free Classroom by clicking on the title above.
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