We teacher-moms are nothing but expert jugglers. How many balls do we have up in the air at one time anyway? If you have little ones at all, you know what I’m talking about. Well, it’s been one of those couple of weeks. I kind of feel like the little fish on Nemo but instead of swimmin’ I “just keep juggling, just keep juggling . . ” I had great intentions of getting a freebie out to you all this week. But alas, life happens . . . I promise, I’ll get there.
But until then, here’s a few pictures I was able to snap this week.
I Spy’s are all the rage this week. I love that I can give my kiddos the Dolch Level they’re working towards mastering.
Thank goodness there were lots of activities that let my kiddos move this week because the weather has been cold. I think they may have gotten a little stir crazy if they weren’t able to get around and move.
Write the room. Oh how I love the way you keep my kinesthetic learners from bouncing off the walls.
And have you met Annie Moffatt from the Moffatt Girls.
I love her stuff and so do my kinders.
Ok stay tuned. I’m finishing up my Valentines Word Work Stations Galore, and I’ll have it posted in the next couple of days. Until then, Valentine’s Math Stations are available, and the I Spys and Write the Rooms for Valentines are on the way!
You are not alone! I have had the same couple of weeks. I have two littles at home (one in Kinder herself!). How do we do this impossible job? We just do.
Thanks for all of your hard work and sharing such great ideas.
Jessica Fredrickson says
Those look like a blast! I am amazed by teacher moms, I don’t know how you do what you do! Pretty sure I would go crazy if I had little ones at home and at work. 🙂 Thanks for sharing your great ideas, I love the I Spy activity! I need to make some for the alphabet for my PreKinders! (Do you have any that are Pre-Primer sight words?)
Fun in PreK-1
BARTHOLO MEW says
Congrats on your progress and I expect it is a trance.
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