Been up since 4.30am, busy around the house this morning and then went to school at 9am to set up most of my classroom. Then had one of my beautiful friends over this afternoon for a much needed catch up, and now off to bed. Thinking about all of the things I have to do tomorrow and feeling like this holiday might be catching up with me now I’m back home and into work mode but loving every second of being back at work and seeing all of my lovely work friends who make me feel so included and special each day. Time to sleep! 😴🤩💛 #blessed
👏🏼DAY 2: Launch Week over at www.ohheyela.com👏🏼 Head over to my 🌟 NEW ⭐️ site to enter for a chance to WIN this set of my FAVORITE picture books 📖 for teaching #bigkid skills, PLUS my THEME study for THE BIG ORANGE SPLOT. SIMPLY head to www.ohheyela.com, click on BLOG, then ENTER! 🥇WINNER will be announced 1.24.18 through email!
Le coin accueil avec quelques jeux (pâte à modeler, sable magique, maison forestière, lego, kappla, jeux de société etc.), des Astrapi, des puzzles. Bref leur coin préféré.
Enormément de choses appartenaient à Lilia, qui a le même âge que mes cm2.
Dingshuang, 9, carries #disabled Dingfu, 12, to #school on her back every single day, come rain or shine in #China . She also looks after her younger #brother in class at their school - the Central School of Heizhiguo County - gets him washed each day and helps him with his homework when they finally arrive home in the evening. Despite having to climb steps, hills and cross streets in rain, sleet and snow, Dinshuang has ensured that her and brother Dingfu have never been late for a lesson.
She told a reporter from the local Wenshan Television Station: "I will never leave him behind. I will be his walking stick forever." According to the report, Dingshuang does most of the housework at #home , including washing vegetable, feeding pigs, #cooking and hand-washing clothes for the #family of four.
Dingfu and Dingshuang's parents were worried that when their son reached school age he wouldn't be able to walk to #class . But determined not to see her brother left behind, Dingshuang stepped up and offered to carry him there and back every day.Liu Yan, a teacher from their school, told the TV reporter that the school had noticed the difficult situation their family were facing and so have now given the siblings a dormitory to sleep in close to the school.
She also said the school had also reduced or cancelled some of the fees for the pair in order to help the struggling family.
Dingshuang and Dingfu's dorm room is now a much more manageable 500 metres (1,640 feet) from their #classroom . She continues to carry him there every day.
Many students will have spent time at the beach over Summer! Continue the theme in the classroom with our UNDER THE SEA Incursion. Suitable for Preschool to Year 4. Links to Literacy, Science As Human Endeavour & Science Undertsanding Strands of the Australian Curriculum. Make a booking today.
How gorgeous is this book contact!! I just couldn't decide between gold and black so I got both! When it cost $2.45 each it's ok 😅
What do you use contact for in your classroom? Please comment below, I would love to hear your ideas! ⬇️⬇️⬇️
⭐️Fractions facts display chart!⭐️If you’ve been following along with my story you’d have seen I was working on a poster of sorts and here it is... you can find the template for this poster with my fraction facts bookmarks on my TpT store!✨ link in bio ✨