Spring Themed No Prep Activity Packet!

I cannot believe how quickly the end of the year has come!!! It's crazy - we've got 18 days left, and three of those are half days, one is field day, there's three field trips coming up, plus finals and awards. May is SUPER busy!!

Which is why I've spent some time updating my Spring No Prep Review Packet.

Sub Tickets FREEBIE! {Tutorial plus Template}

Hi guys! I know it's been forever and a day since I've posted but I'm going to try to be better at that. Posting at least once a month is my goal with freebies at each one!!

Today I'm talking about Sub Tickets.

Classroom Reveal 2018! Fun and Freebies!

Wow this year has come upon us so quickly!! It seems like just yesterday I was waving goodbye to the kiddos and telling them to have a happy summer. And here we are now-year 13. Without further ado, I give you my Pina Colada Pineapple Classroom!

Hallway Announcements Bulletin Board FREEBIE!!!

Can you believe it's almost August? It's crazy how fast this summer went. I kept super busy during the month of June, but it seemed that July slipped by no matter how lazy I tried to be!!

I'm working hard on getting my classroom ready for the new year. Kids start August 9th! But today I wanted to share with you the hallway bulletin board I've been working on for our middle school.
I love how it turned out! It's so bright and fun. I used black bulletin board paper. I found this bright rainbow border at a local school supply store. It's from Carson Dellosa as is the bright pink scalloped border. . The Chevron border is from Creative Teaching Press. I created the letters using circles and white fonts in PowerPoint.

Since this board is for the kids, I've got areas for everything the kids will need to know.

The different schedules are listed there. I used command hooks and then small binder clips to hold the 6 schedules together. When we switch to a different schedule, we can flip to that schedule and hang it up.
I did the same thing for A/B Day. 

I posted the fall Club Days, because the kiddos look forward to these days and so teachers can plan accordingly. I also put up an area to hang the monthly PBIS signs that our school office sends us. Student Shoutouts area is for teachers to take a sticky note, write a quick jot, and stick to the shoutout area of the board. 

I just used tape to stick a Post It pad on the board, and a command hook with a pencil tied to it. I'm thinking of switching out the pencil for a Flair pen though. 

And my favorite part to the board is the Growth Mindset! We like to work towards positive thinking at our school, and I want the kids to start thinking about how some things we say can be changed to a more positive state of mind.

I've put all of this in a FREE file just for you! 

I've also included some quotes that I enlarged and hung up and down the hallway. 

Hope you can use this! 

Week in Review: I Got So Much Done This Week!!!

This week has been a whirlwind. It has seemed sooooooo long! And having the Fourth of July in the middle of the week made it feel like Monday came twice. But I did get a lot done. And better yet, found out I can get into my classroom next week!!

Keto Freezer Meals and Two Week Meal Plan

Freezer meals are the number one best way to get ahead of things in your life. They are super simple to make and easy to prep as well. If you've had a super busy week like me, these are a life saver!

So you can go from this...

Week in Review: Summertime Busyness

Happy Saturday Everyone!

It has been a long and busy week but I hardly feel tired at all! I've seen two movies, did laundry, made a ton of freezer meals (read more about that HERE), wrote some more curriculum, fixed the schedule, did more laundry, and dishes, and learned all about Engineering.

My Week in Review

Hiya guys! I know it's been ridiculously long since I've blogged but what better time to reinvigorate than now? 

It's summer and I'm so excited! I've started this summer with a bang - I've been working with the Cain Center at LSU to create a curriculum to be offered at Louisiana middle schools for high school credit. This is a survey course specifically designed to introduce students to four main areas of STEM career pathways: Computational Thinking, Pre-Engineering, Digital Design, and Biomedical Sciences. 

Sneak Peek Sunday: Week of April 16-20, 2018

Happy Sunday my peeps! This is going to be a very easy week for me, as a teacher. My students will be finalizing and editing their music videos. It's all them. I just get to watch.

However, I gots TONS of meetings!! 
(except that PBIS one, that's a mistake, oops!!)

Spring NO PREP Packet!

Apparently the end of the year is busy. Who knew??

We've got roughly 28 days left of school!! This is crazy. That's just not enough time, but at the same time too much!! Lol. We have state testing coming up and that takes FOREVER. Or at least feels like it. 
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