Happy Saturday friends. Today I thought I would link up with Farley from Oh’ Boy 4th Grade. I love her monthly link-ups.
Listening– It’s Saturday morning and that is what is on our TV at the moment.
Loving– Today is the last of my lazy Saturday mornings until June. Yep, that’s right you read that right June. Baseball season begins next week. Don’t get me wrong I love watching my son play baseball, but it is a long season and I adore lazy mornings with my coffee. After coffee, I like to go to farmer’s market and get some fresh fruit and veggies for the week. I will cherish today.
Thinking– I plan out a menu for the week, which helps when I grocery shop. The menu is always subject to change, but it sure makes my life easier during the week.
Wanting– Summer! I don’t thing I need to explain the reasoning for this.
Needing– We have a report card prep day next Friday (no kids), but I like to have them done before that. My plan is to finish them up this weekend.
Like– We have had gorgeous weather here lately and I would like it to continue.
Love– My husband and son are great. We have a lot of fun together.
Hate– Mean people are just not pleasant. I want to “fill their buckets” because I feel they must be empty or close to it.
And for those of you who read my blog, you probably have learned that I enjoy sports. With March Madness around the corner, I thought I would make a mini-math pack. Here you go, it free!
What is all of the buzz about bees? A lot! Bees are so important for our ecosystem but unfortunately some species are endangered. Kids are usually so curious about bugs, so you have instant engagement when you talk about bees! I like to teach the importance of them, and talk about ways we can help them out. There are so many great bee resources out there for teaching these insects and other pollinators. [ 442 more words ]
We had polar animal adventure day in first grade last week. Polar animal adventure day is a theme day we have as a culminating activity for your polar animal unit. We set up six stations and rotated the first graders through them. Each station was about 15 minutes long. Here are the stations we had….