Friday, September 26, 2014

Five For Friday - 9 Weeks Down!

Whew!  What a week and I can finally say that I am on track-out!  Two weeks of quiet, lunch without children, sleeping in, being lazy, shopping, and getting lots of TPT stuff done are in store for me!  I was horrible with taking pictures this week, but I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday...pictureless style!



This week we did a imaginative narrative about a witch flying into something - Crash! Bang! Boom! Splat!  I found the product here on TPT and my kids thoroughly enjoyed using their imaginations to write their stories!  They are all on my bulletin board, but I realized as soon as I got home I never stopped to take a picture!


Rain showed up here in central NC on Wednesday and the weatherman said it would clear out Wednesday afternoon...well you know weathermen...they were WRONG!  It finally cleared out today around lunch time and sun finally came out for the first time since Tuesday!
Rain meant a super soggy playground and so we had a GoNoodle recess Thursday after lunch.  They kids enjoyed doing some of their favorite videos...and GoNoodle even "liked" our video on Instagram...the kids are a little starstruck and thinking they are famous!


I love track-out day for many reasons.  1 - obvious, it's track out day.  2 - we have awards at 10:30 AM.  3- most kids leave about 11:15 after awards!  The way the rest of our schedule goes throughout the day, the ones that stayed with me went to Health at 11:35 to 12:05, we came back and ate lunch, then they went to specials from 1:00-1:45.  I had plenty for them to do when they were in the classroom though like helping me organize the classroom library and relabel books, out with the old and in the new supply-wise, etc.  They enjoyed being such good little helpers!


One of my teammates is having her 2nd little girl at the end of track-out.  We surprised her yesterday with a Sprinkle Shower and it was a great success!  Lots of sprinkled snacks and pretty little decorations.  She was definitely surprised since we had convinced her we had super important meeting to go to, she said she was just doing what she was supposed to do...going to the meeting!





It's track-out!  That's all I have :)
So thankful for a couple weeks away from the stresses of school!

Happy Friday Y'all!


1 comment:

  1. The imaginative narrative unit sounds great! Thanks for sharing the link. Looks like the sprinkle was a great success!

    Happy Weekend,
    Katie
    TheScooponPrimary

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