Sunday, August 18, 2013

My new blog and a sale!!!


School started last Monday and the week has been a whirlwind. I'm so excited to know what I'm doing this year! In the midst of the week I managed to get my new blog design is up with the help of Honey Bunch Blog Design, and my latest TPT product is done!!  The Writing Dictionary is full of high frequency words from 2nd grade Journeys but really can be used in and grade.  There is also room for adding your own words.  I'm running a super sale to celebrate getting it done and my new blog.  So get this here while it is half price!  On top of that, if you purchase it today or tomorrow, TPT gives you another 28% off!  It will never be this cheap again!
On top of that I am excited to share with you more this year.  I am more comfortable in my role as a 2nd grade teacher, and I plan on sharing more.  I am excited to implement a WBT Super Improver Wall that I found here and homework club that I found here.  I also want to share with you the awesome resources from my teacher partner across the hall.  Find them here.  I'm also excited to be using Twitter for parent/teacher communication. A lot of new things going on in 2nd grade!

If you are a Second Grade Teacher please leave me a comment  and share you awesome 2nd grade resources with me.  Have a great school year!!!! :)
Also happening at our house.  J started Kindergarten and

lost 4 teeth!  She came home from the first day of school and said, "They didn't have apple slices for those with no teeth (served whole apples) but I managed."

This mom is super proud of how she handled a full week of school right off the bat!!!  (The 5th grade did not give my permission to post her pic.)



2 comments:

  1. That apple story is just classic! They really say the funniest things sometimes. :)

    NotJustChild'sPlay

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  2. Hi, just found your blog. I am searching out all things for 2nd grade Journeys. This is a new series for us and it is a bit overwhelming.
    Do you have any posts on your reading- and how it might look in your classroom.

    Thank you for any help.
    Marilyn from TN

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