This Monday, I was able to set foot in my new classroom. I am beyond excited for all next year has in store. I haven't made much progress yet, in fact, my room still look like these photos.
|The boxes on this side of the room are my supplies. Most of the boxes towards the corner just have books for my classroom library.|
Back to Pinterest...since finding out about my switch to 4th grade ELA I've been busy pinning away so many great ideas (that come from stellar bloggers like all of you!)
First up, I'm wanting to talk about theme throughout the year from the start. Comparing and contrasting the themes of various types of literature. These posters that are added to throughout the year and good visual reminder.
Writing about small moments in time, the "snap shot" rather than the "movie" movements (or seed rather than the whole watermelon) is one lesson idea I like. I saw this pin and it solidifies that this lesson will happen.
It's driving me crazy that I can get my embeded pins and sources to align where I want so I'll have to save more pin sharing until next week. Or you can check out all of my Pinterest boards and all the pins I've collected through my
While your on Pinterest, you should look up a recipe to share. Each Monday this summer I'm holding a recipe exchange of sorts. The linky is open all week long and you can share a family favorite, something from Pinterest you've been wanting to try, or even a restaurant recommendation. No need to have step by step pictures (but if you do, that's great too). I'm grateful to all who have linked up so far, and I'm looking forward to trying more recipes that have been shared throughout the summer and spice up my recipe rotations throughout the school year.