Today is my last day of sick leave and I'll be heading back to the classroom tomorrow. I've been fortunate to have had 2 very competent subs while I've been gone so it won't take long to get back into the swing of things.
Most grade levels have to finish up work we started before my surgery so lesson planning won't be too difficult.
First graders will use their crayon rubbings to create an imaginary animal in its habitat.
Artists in 2nd grade will start to add final details on their Blue Dog paintings - can't wait to see what they come up with!
Both 3rd and 4th graders have to pull together their prints made previously, assemble them according to the edition numbers and complete the self-assessment rubric.
Fifth graders will soon start on their ceramics - a Wabi Sabi pot (hope I spelled that right...). I took a great hands-on workshop at state conference last fall on the subject and thought it would be perfect for them !
I hope all of you out there enduring the Snowpocalypse make it through the next few days days warm, dry and safe from accident or injury! Most of my immediate and extended family is in the direct path so even though I'm sitting here with the sun shining through the window my thoughts are with those in the Midwest right now. Enjoy your snow days!
WAEA STATE CONFERENCE - A WEEK FROM TODAY I'LL BE IN THE GREAT STATE OF WISCONSIN!!! I'm truly honored to be entrusted with leading six super sessions for the state conference! ...
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