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Posted by Meghan Brann on January 11 2019 at 5:30 PM
     As 2019 begins, many of us are reflecting on the current school year. We started the year with a set of goals and expectations for our students. And, at the mid-point of the school year, we step back and reflect upon the content we have covered, the growth of our students, which then leads us to ask ourselves some important questions. Have I accomplished what I wanted yet with my learners? What else can I do to encourage them? How can I prepare them for the state assessment?…
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Posted by oldGloriaold on April 09 2009 at 3:06 PM
During handwriting...   Jane:  Look Mr. B, I drew a dinosaur!  And here is a red butterfly and a green flower too!   Me:  Jane, it looks like you added a lot of details to...   Jane:  The butterfly didn't get to eat the flower because the dinosaur got him and is sucking his blood.   Me:  Ahhhh, yes, I can see that now.  What a lot of details.
Posted by oldGloriaold on April 09 2009 at 3:05 PM
This is one of my favorite fundraisers.  We've ordered seeds from FEDCO for a number of years, packaged them with the help of older students, created the artwork for the envelopes and then sold the seeds with a booklet explaining how they should be grown.  It's such a super way for kids to be more involved in the outdoors and in the community.    As written in the FEDCO seed catalog: A seed store at your school can be a fund-raiser with a wholesome green message.…
Posted by oldGloriaold on April 09 2009 at 3:04 PM
Hey folks.  July is winding to a close and so is this blog.  I've loved hearing from all you talented and dedicated folks out there.  I hope you're all having super summers and if you're picking up extra work this summer, try to relax a bit.   I hope you'll all visit me over on the book section and check out the new book blog there.  You'll be able to keep in touch and see what's new in the book world.  That should be starting the first week of August.  Until…