Friday, June 1, 2012

Somebody is Still Going Strong...

...that somebody would be me!!!!  Yup, we're still at it here in Michigan!  I can't complain since we don't start until after Labor Day.  So, those of you who are all "You know it's summer when..." know exactly where I'm at right now.  Assessments, report cards, finishing up last minute units of study, casually tearing things down from around the room hoping nobody will notice...yup, that's where I'm at right now!

I wanted to share this activity a couple of weeks ago, but never got around to it.  You know how Reagan has nothing but awesome things to say about her super sweet, super creative media specialist?  Not to be confused with Kristin's super scary one!!!!!  I could brag a bit about mine too!  Actually, I was lucky x's two in this department.  {But believe me - I've paid my dues} A couple of years ago my school closed and I just knew there wasn't another librarian that could hold a candle to Ms. J. 

Then I met Mrs. K.  They are two peas in a pod. Cut from the same mold.  Both great at what they do.  I loved the activity my kiddos were doing in Media and asked if I could share it with all of you.  Funny thing, my current Media gal teamed up with my "old" one and they came up with this great activity.  Both said "Yes, yes, yes - please share!!!!" 

I know most of you are spending your mornings sleeping in, watching Ellen, and then crafting the day away.  If that's the case, pin it, download and save it - whatever you've got to do, but it's something you'll want to do at some point next school year!!!!

Once our kiddos are readers, true readers that have a great sight word base and strong decoding skills - it's time to really beef up that fluency.  This activity is great for just that. 

The kicker?  If you click on the picture below it will take you to...

Wait for it...

MY TPT STORE!

No kidding.  Some blogging friends talked me into it.  You'll have to use that term "store" loosely at the moment as I'm just not ready to go whole hog and actually sell anything.  So at this point, everything will be FREE.  So come one, come all.  Follow me and everything that us blogger people do.  I haven't created a summer bucket list, but if I had - creating some cool stuff that is worthy of selling is on the top...okay middle....{Slow mornings, chai teas and Ellen will trump school once I'm out!} of that list.


I really have to hunker down and get things done this weekend for school.  If I could get my report cards done, I'd be the talk of the town, the one to envy, on top of the world.  Yeah, that probably won't happen.  One can always dream.

Happy weekend {even to my friends who can't remember what day of the week it is...because it doesn't matter!!!}!

13 comments:

  1. You're almost there!
    Just 13 more days....you can do it ....you can do it....

    (I totally should have been doing something else when I was in here playing)
    Stay Strong!
    Staci
    ☞Go NuTTY with ME!

    misssquirrels@yahoo.com

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  2. Hang in there chica! You can write all kinds of posts when it is August and we are tearing up...I mean gearing up for going back to school!

    I am off to your store sweet friend! =)


    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  3. Trust me- I will be jealous in August too!

    My librarian that retired after 25 years was not the nicest either! She retired after school started this year and we had 2 teachers during the year. Needless to say, it was a little rough at first. We have a new one coming in for next year that seems great!

    Every New Beginning

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  4. Love this! Thanks for the shout out!
    Kristin

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  5. I love this! I get so excited when I see that you've posted. :)

    ✰ Kimberley ✰
    First in Maine

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    1. Funny, I feel the same way when YOU post!!!!

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  6. Have this saved for next year! We have 5 more days north of you...WE CAN DO IT!

    Like you off to do report cards :)

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  7. This is wonderful. Kids love the computer and sometimes thats the only way I can get kids in my class to look at a book. Thanks for sharing.
    Barbara
    happyteachingfirst.blogspot.com

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  8. Still chugging along here in NY too! It is coming though! I can see that "light" at the end of the tunnel!

    Lori@
    bee-the-change.blogspot.com

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  9. I'm still in school too, glad I'm not alone!! Congrats on your store and may you have great success!!!

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  10. I just downloaded your freebie and left a comment about it on TpT! Hang in there--your summer will start before you know it!
    Swersty’s Swap Shop

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  11. Hang in there. Just think when we are all back in August, you will be the one out of school. I am your newest follower.

    April
    Wolfelicious

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