Sweet potato pizza crust. The crust has so much flavor, that you don’t need many toppings! Just your yummy veggies….RECIPE
"The premise behind the following suggestions is that if we slow down, we’ll have more opportunities for reflection…"
Pruning. Asking. Eating. Practicing. Taking a sick day. I have been told by my Professor AND by my school’s Principal to slow down. And you know what? They’re right. I dig these tips (…reminders).
"I’ll be lazy."
“I’ll have flumpy* skin.”
“I’ll read the newspaper.”
“I’ll be dead because I like fruit snacks too much.”
*when asked to define flumpy, student acted like he was pushing flappy arm skin.
|Kindergartener 1:||I saw Justin Bieber's soul!|
|Kindergartner 2:||He got arrested for drinking cough syrup and street racing!|
|Me:||…he made some bad choices…😳|
Today in kindergarten music we had a listening activity: Modest Mussorgsky’s Ballet of the Unhatched Chicks. Before pressing play, I told the students to listen and think of what kind of pictures the music would make them think of. One student said, “My camera needs batteries.” So I replied, “Well…
Got this idea from hithertokt. Made my own planner, I love it already. It’s specifically for me! Planning pages with my 4 preps, monthly calendars, and planning sheets for each prep. I have tabs to divide everything. So cheap/easy to make! I can’t believe I never thought of this before…..
A huge thanks again to the education community for constantly sharing your great ideas. :)
A snack size baggie, sticker tape from the dollar tree and a hole puncher. Perfect storage for a personal size planner! Keeping stickers and small printables that I cut out and hole punch and use for notes etc in my personal planner :) yep. I’m a diy girl :) #washitapecrafts #washiidea #washi #stickers #stickertape #planners #diy #diyplanners #filofax #franklincovey #stationary #cute #printable
Handy for pockets in a binder for keeping small parts together.
At my school, our use of MacBooks directly impacts the way I deliver instruction and guide my students’ learning. As I’m planning our math centers for the coming week after break (and starting a new quarter’s material), I’m taking the time to reflect a little on the habits I’ve developed over these past few months.
This is really helpful to see another person’s planning! :-)