Hi ho! Hi ho! It's off to work we go!!!
I'll be sadly singing that song tomorrow morning.
How about the rest of you?
I hope you all enjoyed your extended weekend. I ate way too much and was able to fit in some "lazy" time. I LOVE " lazy time"! It doesn't happen often around here.
I even found time for some Christmas decorating! My husband teases me because we are
always the first ones in our subdivision to have the tree up, lights on, and probably even the presents wrapped. It's my favorite time of the year!
Do you have one of these at your house too? Ours is named Timothy.
He's been turning up in the craziest places since he came to visit the day after Thanksgiving.
This is our family Christmas tree. Please ignore the ornaments all bunched up, turned upside down, and etc. My kiddos love to decorate the tree, and our two year old loves to "undecorate" it hourly.
AND I found some time to work.... (unfortunately it wasn't on my school work that needs to be done for tomorrow. That's next on my list.)
1. Gingerbread to the "Core" Literacy and Writing Unit for Bigger Kids
2. December to the "Core" Math workshop and activities
3. Mighty Multiplication Task Cards ( I'm using these to review with my students before their multiplication assessment.)
4. And December to the "Core" Morning Warm-Ups in Language and Math
I use these with my students in the morning as we are unpacking, checking planners and notes from parents. It's a quick way to review some of the core standards in language and math. Included is a Friday assessment.
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Take a peek at just a few of the items in my cart.
Another unit in science that we will be working on after the holiday break.
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Okay.... it's time to stop my procrastinating and get the rest of my papers graded and lessons ready for tomorrow.
Have a fabulous Monday!!!
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