Are you ready for this week’s discussion over Chapter 3: Getting Started Strategies from What’s Your Math Problem? Jump on over to see what Meg, Fourth Grade Studio, has to say about using these strategies even in our personal lives! And if you forgot to grab last week’s freebie to
Summer is quickly approaching which means I’m not going to have fun classroom stories to share with you! Â SOOOOO, I’ve teamed up with three other AWESOME ladies to form a math book club: Jamie Riggs fromÂ MissMathDork Meg Anderson Â fromÂ Fourth Grade Studio and Jennifer Findley fromÂ Teaching to Inspire 5th Grade We
Before you go thinking I am off my rocker, I know it’s not Thanksgiving. Shouldn’t we always be thankful for something? I’ve been an absent blogger for the past two weeks or so. I have had some stuff written and just haven’t put it out there for one reason or
If you looked at the last 5 items that you created, would you find similarities throughout them all? Are there items you are grabbing each and every time that you know you couldnâ€™t scrap/create without? Today I want to focus on the scrapbook related items that I am ALWAYS grabbing
One of the definitions of open as defined by Merriam-Webster is, “completely free from concealment : exposed to general view or knowledge” and I feel that this past month I have embraced that more than in the past. I have allowed others into my heart, my mind and my life.