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Currently & a Book Study


Hello.....JUNE!  
I am so excited that we have 3 more days of school and 2 workdays.  
1 WEEK- that's it!

I am linking up with  Farley with June Currently.


I am super excited to start my summer
BUT and stressed with all we have to do this week.

Can you believe I have moved my classroom
18 times in 18 years?

CRAZY, right?

Anywhoo, I am a pro at moving now:)

I am also joining Jenn at Charts & Chit Chat
(Best Practices 4 Teaching)
for a book study

Reading without Limits is available at Amazon 
as well as on the Kindle and the Nook.

More details as the time draws closer:)

Now, I am REALLY off to start this week's lesson plans.
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  1. I know you will be so glad to see summer begin, I know I was! I can't believe you have moved 18 times in 18 years! Wow!!! I am also reading Reading Without Limits and joining that book club. Have you gotten very far in the book. I am loving it and can't wait to implement some of the new techniques I have learned! I'll "see" you there!
    Kim
    Mrs. H's Resource Room

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  2. 18 moves in 18 years?!?! That is nuts. I am sure you have some good packing tips at this point. I am doing my final days' plans tonight...much harder than I thought it would be!

    Teacher at Heart

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  3. WOW! Is all I can say about moving 18 times in 18 years. I would think that that would be a record of some kind. :) I moved building this year. I was at my old school for 14 years and it was time to move on and start another chapter in my teaching career. I am very lucky to be staying in the same grade level so "yay" for that. I have not heard about this book yet. I will need to look into it and maybe join the Book Study. Thanks for sharing the information.
    Tammy

    Mrs. Flickinger's Butterfly Oasis

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  4. 18 in 18, that is impressive! You definitely are setting some kind of record! The upside is, you can probably do it now with your eyes closed! Glad I found your blog, I'm your newest follower!

    Mandi
    MOORE Fun In Kindergarten

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  5. I though 5 schools in 5 years was bad, but you win! I am finally moving into a permanent job where I won't have to move again for a long time. Yay! :) Enjoy your last week!

    Amanda
    First Grade Garden

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  6. Yikes 18 moves in 18 years-so sorry! I had to move this year and it has been a couple of years since I had moved. It is a lot of work! Good luck with it! You should be an expert by now with as many times you have moved LOL! Teaching Little Miracles

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