Wow! This school year has been crazy! I started this blog at the end of the summer with high hopes of frequent posts, and I've really been slacking! But, I've survived the first half of the year with twenty sweet friends (okay, maybe a few not-as-sweet-as-the-rest), three rounds of Tennessee's new teacher evaluation system, and my baby girl's first birthday party this weekend--it was a Pinkalicious theme, of course! Although I haven't been great about posting this year, I've been loving reading all of the wonderful k-2 blogs, pinning lots of great ideas on Pinterest, and all in all, I think I am a much better teacher due to all of this wonderful inspiration--I promise to do better on the blogging part, though!
Not only have I been soaking in (okay, stealing) good ideas, but I do have a new one to share! I've been using Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham to teach contractions for a few years now, and I finally decided to put all of my ideas together in one unit, just in time for Dr. Seuss's upcoming birthday, and I'm super-excited about how it turned out! Here is a sneaky-peek of the unit, and if you click HERE, there is a freebie for you! Enjoy!
If you'd like to purchase my full Green Eggs and Contractions unit, please visit my store using the link to the right! Thanks and happy teaching!