Currently, April

Spring Break is over. In those two weeks I came an Auntie to a very cute EJ--he will be a lady killer when he's older:)

The weather has been great in Colorado post Blizzard, warm with the sun shining meaning lots of time outside at the dog park to make two greyhounds very happen. With nine weeks left in the year, its going to be over before I know it.

I have been thinking about how to grow my students vocabulary without losing the little instructional time I have left. I'm hoping my two ideas of Errorless Writing Prompts and Building Number Sense with an ebook (no print) will help without taking up tons of time.





I'm forward to having my students create their own ebook and play with the possibles of having these guys lead their own conferences with them. I hope you had a great Spring Break. (click on the pictures to go to my store.)









3 comments:

  1. Good luck with the state testing! I am so glad my little ones don't have to do that. I hope you have a great last couple of days of your spring break!
    Kate
    Fun in ECSE

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  2. I hope you figure out your vocab/GR dilemma. Both are so important and time seems to always be at a premium!

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  3. My sister lives in Colorado and has been telling me how perfect the weather is today! Enjoy your new nephew!!

    Katie
    Mind Sparks

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