Please check out Carolyn and Jackie's video from last week. Posts from this discussion are chosen to be highlighted on a weekly video.
There are no rules in this thread, but it would be very nice if you visited the same number of links as you share. Look through and find one or two links of interest. Try to comment or share on the web in some way.
Simply add links to posts you'd like to share this week. Posts can be old or new. You can add a reason for others to visit or just leave the links to your best posts.
This is a great way to build a community of like minded bloggers, find new blogs, and get genuinely interested readers. A new thread is started every Tuesday. Share and read all week.
Replies are closed for this discussion.
Here's my latest post. Teach Basic Phonics with Hop on Pop
Here's a page from my blog you may want to check out if you are a parent of a child reading at or above a third grade reading level, or you share information with parents of children at or above a third grade reading level.
This week I'm sharing this very exciting collaborative online fundraiser for the American Cancer Society:
Donate $15 to the American Cancer Society, and download a beautiful book full of crafts for children.
Celebrating thirty years of cancer survivorship, and hoping that, someday, my story becomes the "typical" cancer story.
I am so glad you are doing that, MaryAnne!
Here is a link to one of my posts for my part of MaryAnne's cancer fundraiser, which has one free butterfly coloring page sample of what I made for the project: http://www.wiseowlfactory.com/BookaDay/archives/6230
Here is a link to fireflies coloring pages as many teachers read a book about fireflies on the last day of school and compare releasing fireflies to releasing a class of students. I wrote the post last year but made the coloring pages today. http://www.wiseowlfactory.com/BookaDay/archives/1486
And, I was a guest blogger on Debbie Clement's Pre K and K Sharing blog (as I am the 14th of each month): http://prekandksharing.blogspot.com/2012/05/fun-nursery-rhymes-pock... Free 45 page PDF for regular and fun, fractured nursery rhymes (pocket chart lesson, or can be used as a matching game)
Loved your post about the cancer fundraiser project, Carolyn! Thanks for sharing your nursery rhymes pack and fireflies coloring pages, too - fantastic resources!
I tried to comment on your firefly post, but captcha wouldn't let me in - tried three times...
Oh, thanks for letting me know, MaryAnne. I'll look at it! Carolyn
This is my first time sharing in this forum...looks great! I would like to share my Kids Get Arty post from this week. http://www.kitchencounterchronicle.com/2012/05/kids-got-arty-with-g...
My daughters loved creating their own dog pictures, inspired by the works of the great American artist George Rodrigue.
Wonderful! I sent your link to an art teacher I know, and Maggy's page, too. Welcome to this group! Carolyn
Here's my latest post about using playdough in my classroom - it's so much fun and really helps my students understand some of the concepts we're learning.