Blogging is about sharing ideas.When I blog I hope that my words and ideas will brighten someone's day, spark an idea, or inspire someone. I am often inspired by other bloggers and I love the opportunities for collaboration that blogging has created. That's why I am so excited about a new blogging adventure with other teacher-bloggers from all over Georgia. We are launching our new collaborative blog, The Primary Peach, and kicking it off with a bang. We're celebrating with a freebie hop and giveaway! Check out all of our blogs and get an awesome collection of END OF THE YEAR FREEBIES that...
Crazy...Awesome...Fun...Wacky...Wild We've been studying adjectives this week. We've also been working on writing some adjective poetry to go along with a crazy and fun art project. I think they turned out great! Check out this idea for using the arts to teach grammar
Have you ever tried salt dough? It's a fabulous material for creating projects with kids. It's cheap, quick to make, and can be used in many different ways. It's also safe for young children who still taste things. I love that!
How is that every single Friday I wonder where the week went? Please tell me that I am not the only one. Anyway, somehow it's time for a Five for Friday post again. Check out some of the awesome hands on experiences we've had recently and grab a St. Patrick's Day freebie too. So, here you go. These are some of the things we've been up to lately.
A few weeks ago my 2nd grader was worried. You might even say she was heartbroken. The reason why is kind of funny as it turns out. You see it was February and it hadn't snowed yet. My little girl had been dreaming of playing in the snow, sledding, snowball fights, and snowmen. Considering that we are well and truly in the South, those are some big dreams and she was worried that winter would pass without any snow.