I feel like my summer to-do list is expanding every single day with new projects thanks to Pinterest and my blogger buddies. Don’t get me wrong, I love a good project as much as the next gal, but they are taking over my home! So, you can only imagine my incredible sense of relief that I am able to pull out that highlighter and check-off a major project. I have done it – I finished my Brain Breaks!
I have never done Brain Breaks in the classroom before. I had heard the term here and there over the past couple of years and became interested in trying it out this year. I compiled a list of movements & games that I would do in my own classroom. I have made two different sets. Both are available in my TpT store.
Since I LOVE a good freebie, I am giving away a set of your choice to TWO lucky followers of my blog. Here are the simple rules:
1. Follow my blog.
2. Leave me a comment telling me which set you would prefer.
3. Make sure to include your e-mail address or a way to contact you if you’re the lucky winner 🙂
That’s it – easy peasy!! Your comment must be posted by Wednesday, July 18th to be entered.
So that’s it for today. Head on over to 4th Grade Frolics and see what everyone else has made!
Just finished up a book companion for Amazing Animal Journeys, a Level 3 National Geographic Kids text. This book follows the migration of zebras, red crabs, and walruses. If you already own the bundle, be sure to grab this latest addition.
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Books have been a constant in my life since I was a young reader. I'm so glad that it's my turn to share my love of books with others. ❤️❤️❤️Books have meant so much to me my entire life. I love how books can change our perspective or strengthen our beliefs. I love how you can pass joy by sharing a book you love with someone. I love how more recently, educators and publishing house are realizing the importance and significance of representation in children’s books. I’d like to point out however, that BIPOC folx and LGBT+ folx and differently abled folx have been begging for representation for....ever. In a well know idea from Rudine Sims Bishop, books should be mirrors and windows for our students. I love this graphic by @grantdraws What have books been for you? #thetututeacher #teachersofinstagram #teachersfollowteachers ... See MoreSee Less