What a Week!

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Happy Friday! What a week!

The biggest highlight was my trip to Atlanta!

My first stop was The Ron Clark Academy {I’ll be blogging about that later this weekend!
Amazing! That is all I can say! Stay tuned for more details!

You may recognize a few other bloggers too 🙂

Of course I was stoked to be reunited with my amazing friend Deirdre {of A Burst of First!} We spent some quality time catching up, eating, and resting in our hotel room 🙂 We want to rendezvous once a month in a hotel to get a way from the stress of life! Those hotel beds get us every time.  I’m already dreaming of our Vegas hotel beds.

On Saturday night, the bloggers of Georgia put on a fabulous meet up! So fun to finally put some names with faces.

 I enjoyed spending time with Megan {I Teach. What’s Your Superpower?}, Kim {Live, Laugh, I Love Kindergarten} and Irene {Learning with Mrs. Leeby} These girls are a hoot!
I can’t WAIT for Vegas to see these gals again!
We spent our Sunday walking the ED Expo floor. All I can say is that there are some pretty amazing new tools/games/ideas in the world of education! I will be sharing some of the top products, as well as my own personal favorites very soon!
We met a celebrity there too!
On Sunday before we left, we got to spend time with a couple of our other bloggy friends, Jivey and Amanda before we left! It is so crazy to have such good friends from blogging, but it’s true. These people are rad!
While in the airport, on the plane and in the hotel, I was able to get started on my Let’s Learn About the World set of PowerPoints around the world!
Lucky to Be in First
I’m excited to introduce each continent to my class through these beautiful photographs.
Lucky to Be in First
Back to reality in the classroom too this week!One fun activity we worked on is fact vs. opinion. My oh my, is this tricky!  Especially when you’ve taught it on the heels of true vs. false!
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Here are two fun examples!
 You have NO idea how proud I am of this little writer! She’s come a looooonnnng way and it makes me smiles!
Thanks for stopping by!
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3 Responses

  1. I am VERY interested in your Let's Learn About the World, especially because you highlighted Africa. I don't teach about the continents, but there is a story coming up in our reading series in about 4 weeks on Jane Goodall and her work with the chimpanzees and I had been tinkering with the idea of doing a study with the students on Africa. This looks fantastic! (I see you had it posted in time for the latest TpT sale–that was nice!. I didn't discover it until today, but I've put it on my wishlist!)

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