Hello all! I wanted to share the video our district made of Laketown's first day of school! I love my school and this video was so well put together and it really captures the amazing essence of our school!
Laketown First Day Video
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
These are the pockets I made for students. Needed a lot because between speech and resource we have a lot of kiddos. I took neon poster board and put these fun-peel and stick- pockets on them. Then I laminated it. Cut open the pockets and ta-da pockets for their punch cards. We will probably use just address label for names once we know our case loads and that way makes for easy switching when we add or drop students.
Click here for my pdf if you would like it!
I just printed it off on several different types of colored card stock and will be using the paper cutter to cut them. There are 9 per sheet. I printed enough to hopefully get us through 2 quarters :)
Well it is about that time of year again! As most people assume us teachers just had the whole summer off, I definitely did not! Over the summer I took an extremely demanding class and worked at the Dyslexia Center. Now that my class is finished and the center is on break, I have had the time to rest some but start prep. for a new year. I will hopefully be doing a better job at blogging this year and hopefully have some great things to share with everyone!
Saturday, March 17, 2012
Okay, so when I started this I just assumed that my page would be like everyone's that I visit with the blogger line at the top of the page with the ability to follow my blog. Guess I was wrong because I have had a few requests to add a follow button LOL. So I think I did. Let me know if I did it correctly!!
Monday, March 12, 2012
So today I believe I finally got through to a student that wouldn't budge! And now I just need to get real creative on how to utilize this in school. I have a student that is stubborn, unmotivated, and does not really work for anything. But I do know he likes to dance- A LOT. I saw this video on my own and thought immediately of him. So today, during our last ISAT we talked some about music and dancing in his "Frequent Breaks". I told him I had a video that made me think of him. He wanted to see it so I said okay if you work hard I will show it to you after you finish. He worked SOOOO hard and I am pretty sure nailed the math extended response! So, like I always say, no matter what it takes- Make a relationship with your students!! Here is the awesome video I found!