Happy Monday, all! I hope your week is off to a fabulous start! My Monday started as it has for more than half a year - with a 5K! In early December, I started running a 5k every Monday - I didn't necessarily intend to make it a goal or tradition to run a weekly 5k, but it quickly turned into just that! Today, I ran my 34th weekly 5k IN A ROW. Coming from an asthmatic 35-year-old mommy, with bad ... Read More about We can’t use Jamboard, but …
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Happy Sunday, friends! I'm gearing up for my first day back to work in nearly two solid weeks - we had a half day the Monday before last, and that was the last time I was in my classroom! I imagine I'll need ALL the caffeine and good vibes to power me through tomorrow! I'm getting ready to send out an email that is LOADED with Google Slides hacks, and I wanted to make sure I shared this idea with ... Read More about Creating Interactive Self-Checks in Google Slides
Happy Friday, all! I'm coming to you from the middle of the last week of our semester. A week filled with review games, finals, and makeup work, along with SNOW earlier this week! I absolutely LOVE snow days, as do many teachers, and was extremely bummed when the snow didn't quite stack up to the forecasted amounts, and I had to put actual pants on to go to work, instead of staying in my leggings ... Read More about NEW Review Activity!
Good morning, and happy Wednesday! I'm coming to you on my first day out of quarantine - WOOHOO!! My mom and dad are finally on the mend, and I am so grateful! While my daughters and I enjoyed our time at home, they particularly liked popping into the Google Meets that I had with my classes, I think they're ready to do their schoolwork with their teachers instead of "Mrs. Mom!" I've learned during ... Read More about Leading a Lesson with Quizizz
WOW. What a difference a week makes! This time last week, I was prepping my students for their last test before Spring Break. We were playing Heads Up, Kahoot!, Quizizz, and I was re-teaching and reviewing content while trying to motivate them to keep going because we were almost to Spring Break. Fast-forward to this week - my daughters, ages 7 & 9 are on their second day of homeschool/remote ... Read More about Homeschooling During COVID-19 – Reflections