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Five for Friday {March 4}


Happy Friday Friends!
I am joining with Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday.  


Truth be told, I am tired this week!
I have been resourceful with lots of activities, not so much creative.
And I am ok with that!

 We loved this "Seuss like" story this week! 
 This super cute craftivity was found on Pinterest HERE.
We switched out the tissue paper for construction paper
and large plates for smaller ones.



Did you say Seuss inspired STEM activity?
Yes, please!! Did I say I was tired this week?
Look-NO prep here:)  Check out the pin HERE!



As we wrapped up our farm unit, our county scope and sequence has letter formation listed for March.  We have been consistently working on this with play dough, salt trays and yes, writing instruments.. So my pre-k friends labeled their farm animals today in a little book they made.



My oldest son is in ninth grade this year and I have high school drop off for carpool duty.  We leave the house at 6:30 as school starts at 7:00am.  No need to wipe your eyes to double check the time!  Its CRAZY EARLY.  That being said, I have come to LOVE the sun rises somewhere between when I leave my driveway, drop off at high school and drive myself into work!



This is a little off topic, but I am super proud of my hubby's promotion and second stripe.  That being said, teaching is somewhat like police work -under-appreciated and underpaid!This week a police officer was shot and killed on her FIRST day on the job in Maryland and another officer was shot and killed in Texas.  It makes my heart so sad.  Not only is it too close to home, but the blatent disrespect for the law and police officers sickens me!  #pleasepray

Be sure to head over to Doodle Bugs Teaching 
and check out the Five for Friday Link Up 
to see what other sweet teachers are up to!


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