Yesterday, Tonya Haywood (a kindergarten teacher who really needs to keep a blog — wink wink), used Eric Carle’s book, A House for Hermit Crab, to talk with her novice … Continue Reading Keep Your Writing in a Home!
Here’s a Slice of Life that I can hardly wait to experience . . . (Is it a SOLS if it’s yet to come? I suppose, since I’ve experienced it … Continue Reading Ruth’s SOLS: October.
Where were you on September 11th, 2001? It’s a question that makes my heart tighten. I was in Manhattan, at a job interview in Midtown. I heard that a plane … Continue Reading Preparing for September 11th
In the past day and a half, I have witnessed three read alouds: kindergarten; grade 3; and grade 5. There is something special about having the outsider’s perspective, while at the … Continue Reading Reading Aloud.
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You asked… we answer! Often when someone posts a question on a post, Ruth or I write back to them individually. However, we’ve received six questions in the past few … Continue Reading Answering Questions
Sleepless SOLS Originally uploaded by teachergal Just a little picture of what the start of my day has been like…