It’s Sunday, so I’m linking up with the Teaching Trio for the Sunday Scoop. I decided to work in reverse order today:
Every few months, my in-laws graciously invite my daughter to come visit for a few days at their house which is about 3 hours away. Not only does this give her some special attention from her grandparents, it allows me to get a few projects done during the baby’s nap time. My productivity has been amazing, but now it’s back to reality!
Last week I shared a blog post about writing during the Daily 5 block. It inspired me to share more about what I do to teach writing in my classroom. I started writing a post about friendly letters and I hope to have it finished later this week. After that I’d like to work on how-to and opinion writing.
My computer files are a mess. Seriously. My time on the computer is unpredictable, so often I find myself downloading something super quick. When I do this, I don’t rename the file and take the time to place it where it belongs. I spent an hour last night before bed working on it and I still have a ways to go. Please tell me I’m not the only one who does this. How many days does it take to form a new habit? I need to work on this….
We have been invited to a few birthday parties in the next few weeks. My daughter picked out the presents and now I just need to wrap them.
Easter wasn’t that long ago, but I want to get the plastic eggs put away before I trip or find one hiding under the couch. I am fully aware that there will be a day my daughter opens up our storage closet, finds the eggs, and decides it’s time to hunt for them around the house. Until then, I want them out of sight!
I invested in a Fitbit a few months ago. I’m getting closer to reaching 10,000 steps every day, but not quite there yet. If I put out my goal in the blogging universe, it’s like holding myself accountable, right? Ha! I should probably move this one to “hope to” since I’ll be stuck in the car for many hours today.
Head over to the Teaching Trio to see what everyone else is doing today!
This would be a great addition to a classroom or school library, especially if it could be made into a couch and seat more than one student at a time.Such a cute reading chair made from wooden pallets! ... See MoreSee Less