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Oh, how fun, I'll hop on over! I have your button on my blog now. Carolyn
Hello We Teach,
I write a blog that focuses on Global learning and geography...called the Daily G.L.O.W., and my last one highlighted ancient architecture! My Daily G.L.O.W. highlights places around the world and can be used as a geography discussion or a warm-up in your classroom. The above one included writing prompts. I've created a freebie student assignment to go along with each Daily G.L.O.W. that you can find on my blog, Globicate! in the resources section. Check it out and let me know how it works in your classroom!
Heidi, sometimes I don't know where your Daily G.L.O.W is (because you post it as a riddle). My husband and I can usually figure it out, though. You have such an interesting blog and I can see why you won an award from Education World! Carolyn
Thanks Carolyn, I love finding places that people don't think about and sharing them. Our world is an amazing place to celebrate :)
One of most successful lessons with my first grade students was teaching how to write a complete sentence. In this post I shared the graphic organizers I used and did my first screencast to describe how I taught the lesson: Crafting Sentences.
Oh, that is tricky with first graders! They think so much in their heads that doesn't always translate to their writing. Good work! Thanks for this post, it will help many. Thank you for posting the freebie, too. Nice video! Carolyn
I wanted to click "like" on your blog...hehe.
Thanks for the kind words! Becky, I fixed the comment glitch. Sorry about that!!!
Danielle, I had trouble commenting on your blog until I was able to comment on another blog with your comment gadget and then I went back to your blog and it worked. Weird. Carolyn
I don't know what was going on! Someone else told me they had problems. I think I may have fixed it. Thanks for letting me know!!!
Mother's Day Freebies especially for Homeschool moms - but books are for everyone!
After a long wait I've finally been able to complete a formal Whole Brain Teaching Wednesday post all about the "Super Improvers Wall" to help motivate students!
I re-organized all the resources I've been finding. Check it out and see all the new updates!
For "Resources to Start Off Your Week" I've summarized some of the BEST RESOURCES FOR FINDING ED RESOURCES! These websites are perfect if you are looking for new tech integration or websites for your students.