it's the end of the year as we know it... | Teaching in the Tongass

Friday, May 22, 2015

it's the end of the year as we know it...

We've been crazy busy these last few weeks of school, so a Five for Friday is a perfect way to give a quick rundown on what we've been up to!

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We made these fun "Hot Dog! It's Summer!" craftivities and wrote about what our favorite part of summer is. 
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We made these adorable "Lemonade Stand" craftivities and wrote descriptive sentences about lemonade.
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We did an Author's Study on Robert Munsch. I am proud to say I got through Love You Forever without crying this year...and I had a baby this year. The key is to think about how weird that mom is for crawling across the floor of her ADULT son's room.. #maybetakethosepagesout
 
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A few weeks ago I made this little sign and put it up on my whiteboard where all of the "no-name-papers" go to die...the kids love it!
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We had our Muffins with Moms event, and I figured this would be the perfect opportunity to say thank you to my 3 at-home volunteers this year. 

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  1. Oh my goodness-those Hot Dog craftivities are precious! And, I love your Tay Swift meme. It always helps to appeal to the kiddies interests to get them to do what you've said over, and over, and over, and over...Have a great weekend!
    -Stephanie
    Applelight Moments By Stephanie

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  2. LOVE the Taylor Swift idea for the no-name papers. That's awesome! I rarely get through I'll Love You Forever without crying either. Your hot dog and lemonade craftivities look like lots of fun. Happy Saturday!
    Joya :)

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  3. I love the Taylor Swift meme!!! I can't get through Love you forever without crying so good job! Cute craftivities too!

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  4. That Taylor Swift sign is hilarious! Love it!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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