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In Summmmeeeerrrrr!




I've been absolutely terrible about updating this pitiful blog.  My hope it to keep it somewhat updated over the summer when I have a little more time to do that.  If I can tear myself away from binge watching all the shows I lose track of during the school year.  So let's do a quick recap, shall we?

February


I purchased a new "Reading Cove" for our classroom.  We all loved it!  It was so popular that we had to take turns choosing whose day it was to sit in the cove.  It has bookshelves on each end, as well.  It is one of my favorite things in our room now!


April


Easter came and went...


May


Our Mothers' Day gifts this year.  The clay birds were made in Art, so I can't take credit for those.  Cute potholders (purchased two for $1 at The Dollar Tree) with handprint and date.  A cute poem I downloaded (whoever you are, you are awesome),  added their fingerprints, and stuck a magnet on the back.  Easy peasy!


Until next time...



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