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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

Cool Websites


I don't know about you, but I love using technology in my classroom! I have listed a few websites that I really enjoy incorporating in my room:




 - Class Tools is a great website that has countdown timers with music! My students love it! Also, there are organizers you can make as a class, and you can utilize the arcade game generator to create your own games using vocabulary words and definitions. Awesome! We have a Mimio at our school and Mimio Pad, so I enjoy using the Mimio Pad with the students to play the review games. 




-Super Teacher Tools has a great seating chart maker, random name generator, random group maker, and more! I use this website to create my seating chart for my sub folder. The random group maker and name generator I use while checking homework or to create groups for a quick discussion. 

Do you use these websites in your classroom? How do you integrate these or how will you integrate these in your class? I enjoy new ideas! :)

Monday, June 25, 2012

Never Too Late to Link Up!

Even though her post was back in March, I feel it is never too late to link up with Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies Linky Party! This is my attempt to connect with all of the awesome teacher bloggers. There are so many awesome ideas floating around the web!

Sunday, June 24, 2012

Gearing Up For a New School Year

Yes, I am in the midst of my summer vacation. I can't help but to think of the next school year and what I would like to do to improve my instruction. Also, my team is going back to a self-contained class, so I will be teaching all subjects this year not just Math and Science. Therefore, I have picked out a few titles to read in between throwing the baseball with my four-year-old and running with my husband. I have pictures of them below. Have you read any of these titles? What did you take away from these texts and implement in your classroom?

New Blogger Alert

Super excited to start my new blog! I have been inspired after reading awesome blogs from other educators. Thank you for stopping by!