Five for Friday {September 5}

Happy Friday!  It is time to link up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for my

We use the enVision math series in my district.  A game is included at the beginning of each unit to send home for the children to play with their family.  We played this one at school with a partner before sending it home.  Quick review activity to use a number line to find which number is greater.  We had all 33 kids in my room playing together!
I love my magnet punctuation marks!  It makes fixing sentences fun!  One thing I don't like to cover with my littles is talk about an intruder drill, but unfortunately we have to.
 My friend and co-worker, Leah, and I didn't plan this!
 Our church hosts a walk-through drama each fall.  This is a sneak peek into the heaven scene from our dress rehearsal last night.  We kick off next weekend and will have several thousand people come through.
 We planted grass seeds today.  I shared last week that we were going to plant the grass seeds in cups and attach the child's picture to the front of the cup so it will look like they have grass hair!  After we had finished, there was a little bit of grass seed left that I didn't want to take home, so our behavior specialist took it around the playground and spread it.  It will be interesting to see if we get any new grass out of it!  The kids' cups are adorable!

Have a great weekend!  I am going to enjoy not doing any school work this weekend since I am all caught up!


  1. The magnetic punctuation marks are fun! Thanks for stopping my blog earlier. I'm your newest follower!

    A Very Curious Class

  2. THIRTY THREE kids?! Oh my goodness! Bless your heart. I am in love with those magnetic punctuation marks- They're my favorite! Looks like you had a fun week! :)
    Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together


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