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Working from home as a third grade teacher can lead to some unexpected moments.
The last week of school before winter break can be a tough one if you are a school teacher. Most the students are excited about the upcoming holidays and the time off school. There is a sense of waiting that … Continue reading
In my classroom there are 31 students. We have seven groups of tables, four groups of four and three groups of five. At various times of the day, I call certain tables to come to turn in papers, come to … Continue reading
Tonight Carter came home from school very excited to show me his Google Docs. Apparently, today was the first day they set up their Google Drive. Carter showed me his drive in which I could see some documents he had … Continue reading
Today in class my students partner read a passage about John Glenn and then answered questions involving problems and solutions. As I was walked around listening to them read and answer the questions, I noticed a girl and her partner … Continue reading
This morning the outside of my classroom door looked like this: It is awesome and I love it. The parent organization at my school is apparently pretty amazing and organized to have done this not just to my door, but … Continue reading
In our classroom, we have been working on data collection and graphing. We have spent time using tally charts, frequency charts, pictographs, picture graphs (also referred to as scaled picture graphs, just to make life more confusing), bar graphs, and … Continue reading
In my classroom, we end our day with about ten minutes of a share, telling, or joke. There is a sign-up list the students use to maintain some order in the process. Many of the students lately have gotten into … Continue reading
In our classroom today we were suppose to be comparing two different texts with similar themes. The story today was of a boy named Carlos who started out really wanting a particular breed of dog. As the story progresses, the … Continue reading