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Taking Kristi Mraz‘s chart-making course at the July Writing Institute was so helpful to me. Kristi really got me thinking about having a take away item (made with a post-it note) that you… Continue reading
One of the many charts I made, with the help of some wonderful Kindergarten teachers, while I was taking Kristi Mraz’s chart-making class at the July Writing Institute was a scaffold to get… Continue reading
I have a confession to make: I’m a wanna-be artist. I have a deep appreciation for art and for people who can draw the human form. Until last month, I couldn’t even draw… Continue reading
Each week I receive, The Big Fresh, an e-newsletter from Choice Literacy. This week’s feature is entitled “There’s Room for Me Here.” As I began reading through the article, it resonated with the… Continue reading
This week the Reading Charts are in beige and the Writing Charts are in blues and greens. Originally uploaded by teachergal I must be watching too much HGTV lately because I’ve started to… Continue reading
New Sign by the Door Originally uploaded by teachergal I was on Etsy about two weeks ago and came across a customizable sign from K is for Calligraphy that would prevent me from… Continue reading