Monday, December 30, 2013

New Years Resolutions Linky

I hope everyone had a fabulous holiday.  I have very much enjoyed staying up late, sleeping until 9, and staying in my pajamas past noon.  Today I finally decided that it was back to work so I decided to begin a little TPT project, but to procrastinate, I am linking up with A Peach for the Teach to share my New Years resolutions.

These are only a few goals of mine I have for the new year.  I cannot believe it is almost 2014.  I feel like I just started teaching this group of third graders, and before I know it, I will be sending them on to fourth.  Lots to do before I get them there, though!
Check back later this week for Wintery Math Multiplication and Division Stations along with Multiples of 10 Activities.

Happy New Year everyone!


9 comments:

  1. Just found you on TPT! and am following you on bloglovin'. Just wanted to drop in and say I LOVE your blog's design! So cute!

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    1. Thanks so much Allison! It means a lot for you to comment and check out my TPT and blog. I will become your newest follower as well :) I am getting used to all of this, and even just created a Facebook page! https://www.facebook.com/thirdgradeBROWNies

      Thanks again for your support! Good luck returning back to school :)

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  2. I found you through the link up! Cute blog. I'm your newest follower :)
    Little Leaps of Learning

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    1. Thank you so much Little Leaps of Learning! I can't wait to check out your blog. I appreciate your support more than you know!

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  3. I completely understand about slowing down to listen to your kiddos' stories. My kiddos are so low, and so far behind, that it feels like every second we lose is huge. But sometimes these stories lead us to bigger learning conversations. I need the reminder to slow down as well!
    Ryan
    thedisneyfiedteacher.blogspot.com

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    1. Ryan, I completely agree. I have a very needy group this year, and I feel like I am teaching at a hundred miles an hour, shutting down any conversations that aren't geared towards my lessons and standards. We have got to remember why we got into this profession and remember that we have a responsibility to encourage our students to become critical thinkers and active responders :) Thank you for the comment. Off to check out your blog!

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  4. Hello. I found you on the resolutions link-up! I'm always delighted to find another 3rd grade blogging buddy! I like your blog name and template. Happy New Year!

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    1. Awesome Susan! I am definitely third grade all the way! I would love to collaborate and share ideas. Do you have a blog?

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  5. Hi, Maegan! I enjoyed reading your resolutions! I especially love the one about making the curriculum that's fun! Fun is SO important when it comes to learning. Thanks for linking up! Happy New Year!

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