Friday, January 23, 2015

Adverb QR Code Center

I hate flu season! My poor son came home this afternoon with a fever of 102 and vomiting. All my fingers and toes are crossed that I don't get it. You would think that being out 4 days last year would have convinced me to get the flu shot but I never got around to it...again.

I made a new Adverbs QR Code Center for my 2nd graders. They love getting to use our iPads!
I like to tape the cards around the room to get my kidlets up and moving but it works as a stationary center as well.
If you don't have access to technology, you could still use these and provide the included answer key instead of using a tablet or phone to check the answers.

I also made an anchor chart that will be posted in the center along with the center directions.
I also included a black and white version for those that need to save on ink.
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Thursday, January 8, 2015

New Year's Resolutions

Do you write resolutions with your students?

My 1st graders seem like they may have been ready to come back to school...

"In 2015, I will stop yelling at my mom."
"In 2015, I will stop running through the laundry when my babysitter is trying to fold it."
"In 2015, I will not hit my sister when she makes me angry."


My 2nd graders ended up sounding very mature...

"In 2015, I will watch less t.v. I will go outside or play with my legos instead."
"In 2015, I will spend more time with my family. We can play board games or go to the park" 
"In 2015, I will help my little sister more. I will teach her the ABCs and to use her manners."



I recommend reading the book Squirrel's New Year's Resolution before writing to explain the concept in a primary-friendly way.



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