Monthly Archives: September 2013

#Geniushour In Kindergarten

This has been an exciting and adventurous week in my classroom. Johnny Appleseed inspired our week long science lesson about “Apples In Water” as the children hypothesized and brainstormed ideas why the apple weight of the three different configurations of … Continue reading

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GETTING INTO THE GROOVE

I just ended my second week of teaching my kindergarten class. What can I say but exhilarating, rewarding, adventurous AND oh so tiring. From many interactions with my PLN on Twitter, I have read tweets about how difficult getting into … Continue reading

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Letting Go

For those of you who have read my blog, you know that I write about my reflections on a topic and then connect them to my life as an educator. So today I look back on how I have succeeded … Continue reading

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No one promised you a rose garden

I follow many incredible people on Twitter that when I saw this post from @AngelaMaiers I decided to write even though I hadn’t planned on it.  So why the title you might ask? I also follow wonderful @TechieAngwho has been … Continue reading

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