Flash Sale!

June 30, 2012

Hi everyone! To inspire some summer teaching creativity, I am having a flash sale in my Teachers Pay Teachers store for 24 hours ONLY!

Everything in my store is $3 or less!

Thank you so much for being a follower of my blog and/or store!

Click Here For My Store! :-)

Winner of the Samson's Classroom Subscription Giveaway

June 29, 2012

The winner of the one year Samson's Classroom subscription (via is…

 Comment #14: Jackie who said, "I follow your blog!!"

Congratulations, Jackie!  You should have received an e-mail from me.

A very special thanks to Samson's Classroom for sponsoring this fabulous giveaway and to each of you for entering!

End of the School Year Celebration

June 26, 2012

As hard as it is to say goodbye the kiddos you've called your own for the past ten months, I know you are happy summer is here! Here is a run-through of an End of the Year Celebration I have done in the past.

Here is the first thing parents saw when they entered our classroom.  I didn't do much in terms of decorating, but I thought it still turned out cute and simple.  I made stand-up signs (I'm pretty sure there is a term for these but for the life of me, I can't think of it!) using scrapbook paper.  Whenever there are visitors coming to the classroom, I know there will be a point where someone will be talking to me and I won't be able to get away, so I made these signs to help with that problem.  The signs in this photo just welcome parents and ask them to fix a plate for themselves and their child.  We had our get-together right before lunch so the parents could each lunch with their child if they wanted, which explains the lack of food in the photo. :-)

Samson's Classroom: Product Review & Giveaway

June 25, 2012

Have you heard of Samson's Classroom?  It is an online reading program for children in grades K-5.  The goal of the program is to help children become better readers by focusing on three core areas: sight words, spelling, and reading comprehension.  I was recently given the wonderful opportunity to try Samson's Classroom and found it to be an engaging, educational program.

Samson's Classroom is divided up into three core areas: Sight Words, Spelling, and Reading Comprehension.  I absolutely love this because, as teachers, we all know there are different components to building reading proficiency. Students can work on one specific area, a mixture of areas, or all three areas together, which is a great way to tailor learning to their needs.

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