Hi friends! Have you had your hundredth (100th) day of school this year? Ours hits on Wednesday, February 3. I’ll be gone at #tcea16, (our Texas technology educators conference), but I wanted to share some celebration ideas with you before I pack my suitcase! Printable 100th Day Bookmarks I created these 100th day bookmarks (freebie) for you to print, copy, chop up on the paper
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Hi friends! This week our library centers will be all about penguins! (I like to study winter animals, even though our temperature here in Texas will be in the seventies this week.) Penguin Bookmarks I’ve got paper, pencils, and crayons out at a table so students can draw their own penguins on a bookmark. I printed drawing instructions from NothingButPenguins.com. Penguin Origami I cut printer paper
Hi friends! Thanks for your entries in our celebration of 2000 Facebook fans! Our learning community is growing, and I get to send $10 Amazon gift cards to Megan Whitehead, Amy Flederbach, and Anna Crossley! Hooray! Thanks to everyone who entered! Stay tuned to this blog for more chances to win–this was fun!
Hi friends! I’m so excited that our learning community on Facebook has grown to 2000 colleagues. Wow! I want to celebrate this milestone with a fun giveaway! I’m giving away three $10 gift cards to Amazon to thank you for collaborating with me, for sharing your comments, and for telling other teacher-librarians about this blog! a Rafflecopter giveaway Thank you for being part of our
Hi friends! Are you ready for an amazing new year in your school library? I am! I’ve rounded up some fun learning center ideas to celebrate the start of 2016. Reflecting on 2015 Skip to My Lou (a parenting blogger) created this cute free printable to help your students reflect on the year gone by. We want to encourage our students to review and reflect, rather