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#IntheClassroom at Meyerland Middle School, check it out:
This month our students are learning about Loyalty!
This student was helping make sure her teammate looked sharp for class by fixing her uniform. Great work, ma'am!
This picture is 20 different letters written by 20 unique #StudentAthletes to a person in their life who has had a profound impact on them. I spent an afternoon with my team recently, teaching on what it means to lead an #MVPLife ...#OnTheField , #InTheClassroom , and #InTheCommunity . To be leaders who #Think , #Say , and #Do life at the highest level because they are grounded at the deepest level. I asked them to pause #Mentally , reflect #Verbally , and #Physically thank someone who has modeled those character traits for them. To those of you who will be receiving one of these letters, thank you for the investment you have made in each of my student-athlete's lives. Thank you for helping to teach them that wins at a heart level are just as important as the ones on the field level. After all...we are developing, raising up, and building the whole person...not just the athlete. Thanks again! Hope these letters are a blessing to you, wherever they go!
We have decided that this year we’re really going to start incorporating room transformations! We were so inspired by @elementaryshenanigans @getyourteachon that we came back ready to go! Our first one happened Friday! We put on our own version of the Glow Games! We really reinforced the rule of no turns and no outs. Each team really had to learn how to work together and agree on answers before any game was played. This showed us who still needs work with collaboration and perseverance in a group! In my room, I had a basket toss where students had 12 balls to get into 6 buckets. This station was identifying prepositions and prepositional phrases. Once students all agreed on their answer, the first member was able to throw. They received points based on how many balls they got in each basket. For example if they got 4 balls in basket six, they’d have to multiply 4 x 6 to get their points! The second game was the ring toss. This game was a social studies unit review. Same premise, everyone had to agree on their answer to throw the rings. Each time they got to throw 4 rings and had to multiply how many they tossed to get their points. The 3rd game was bowling! This was a Science unit review. For each pin knocked down, they received 1 point. My final game was figurative language spoons. We used glow sticks for the spoons and to check to see if their answers were correct, students had to shine the invisible ink on the back of each card. I put an S for simile, M or metaphor, and so on. This was so much fun for them!! In the 3rd grade classroom we had the same games except for the arrays station. Students used glow sticks to make as many arrays as possible. They then had to take a picture of each array and send it to their teacher. There was also a glow jenga game where students practiced their multiplication skills. Overall it was a great day and the kids had a blast learning and working together! I can’t wait to do more of these days in our classrooms! #glowgames#intheclassroom#gamesintheclassroom#funreview#setthestagetoengage#rcainspiration#teachersofinstagram#teachersfollowteachers#lovethesekids
Fun Fall Craft Friday!! 🎃🍂⭐️
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1. Cut out pumpkin
2. Use pumpkin cut out to cut the glitter foam sheet
3. Use Sharpie to draw a nose and mouth
4. Let your little one paste the eyes on the pumpkin
5. Use the remaining pumpkin stem cut out to cut glitter foam sheet
6. Paste the stem on the pumpkin
7. Cut a hole in the stem of the pumpkin using your scissors
8. Make sure your hole goes all the way through
9. Stick the green pipe into the hole, twist it around the stem, and use your finger to curl the rest of the pipe.
10. Have fun displaying it in your home!
We aren’t just talking about starting younger. We are starting younger. We now have Men’s Leadership Academy at the 4th, 5th and 6th grade levels. This is how we “Transform the System to Protect Lives and Salvage Dreams! #sacleads#promiseofplace#sacramento
3tahun telah berlalalu,kau mengenalkan kepadaku workout,menghujaniku dengan motivasi, dulu kita sama2 pemula,melatih bersama,berkreasi bersama,dimanapun kapan pun, tak pandang panas,dingin. Perjuanganku memang tak mudah, aku harus cedera,keseleo,kejedot plesteran,gigi patah karna benturan. Setiap cucuran keringat yang mengalir,itu membangun semangat di hari esok.
Terimakasih semua motivasinya @edy_firmansyah kau memang spesial 💪 kapan2 kita colab 😂
Do workout,do freesyle push up
Our students are asked to reflect on our values curriculum and write about how it applies in their every day life. Navarro Middle School students (pictured) show great focus and are a great example of exercising both the body and mind.