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Jealous? If you are on the East Coast, then you are probably off from school too. My little one has been up since 6 and was outside sledding by 8:00. Fortunately our neighbors have a steep driveway, so she and her friend are having a blast. There is about an inch of snow, and now there is some sleet coming down. So, I am inside
watching reruns of Beverly Hills 90210 creating awesome lessons for school next week. Later on my daughter and I may do some crafting or science. I love snow days!
Grades are done! Grades are done! Grades are done! Our new learning management system has many quirks that we are still trying to figure out, so getting everything entered and finalized was a huge accomplishment. Second quarter is over, and now we are officially halfway through the year.
Okay, so this was two weeks ago, but I never got the chance to post from the Carolina Bloggers Meet-up.
I had a great time meeting some fellow bloggers! I didn't get to talk to everyone as much as I would have liked, but I met some really great people. Some are very dedicated bloggers, some are intermittent like me. It was interesting to hear what other teachers across the area are experiencing in education. Now I have some great new blogs to follow too!
New to teach this quarter: Fractions! I love teaching fractions, and my students love learning about them because I do a lot of lessons involving food: fraction cake to introduce the whole, conversation hearts to represent fractions of a group, chewy cookies cut and eaten to represent mixed numbers. The lessons are always memorable, and my hope is that the content is just as memorable!
I watched the first few episodes of this show when it first started, and I was very intrigued. At that time we had a free trial of premium channels, but we didn't keep it after that. Now I have downloaded the app for Showtime catching up on the first two seasons during the 30-day free trial. I am having trouble trying to find time to watch it, but I'm hoping to have some extra time this weekend. It really is an interesting show, the way that it is told from several viewpoints. Plus I still have a crush on Joshua Jackson (I heart Pacey!). Yes, I'm a geek.
Stay warm, friends!