That felt really good to get off my chest, now I can move on to healing myself. We started healing with our snowflakes for Sandy Hook and we used these instructions and freezer paper to make them.
Learn more about the project here.
|Winter has arrived!|
Well I got the Kindergarten registration in the mail this week and I am officially panicked. J is a peanut and just doesn't seem ready to be so independent. My fears were confirmed as I dressed her for the season's first romp in the snow. You see, we did not get much practice dressing for the snow last year at all. So I panicked when WE couldn't find the thumb holes in her waterproof mittens. It took us several tries but we finally got them on and headed out to the snow. The first problem she had was she did not like being restricted by the mittens so she kept pulling them off. I finally had to carry her in the house, bare hands and tears. She continued to
|J, keeping her mittens on.|
|Sand toys make wonderful snow toys!|
Daily 5 and reading area.
I'm still waiting for paper lanterns to come in the mail for the corner.
Writer's Workshop, from Maureen.
Post-it flags at the bottom of my class list there. (You can barely see them, shown at the top of the picture), But I wanted to post that when my students leave my classroom, they put a flag on their name and take it off when they return.
Calendar and Focus Wall, Schedule coming soon!!