This week in religious ed we learned about Noah's Ark. We divided the class into groups and rotated them through stations. We did this cute craft that I found HERE.
We also used this emergent reader. The students had to find the picture that matched the words and glue it in. You can find the emergent reader HERE.
I have slowly been working on a new product. It is taking FOREVER!!! I used the format of my Halloween Bingo and have been trading out the pictures to Catholic Saints for my religious ed students to use. I think it would have been easier to start from scratch because it didn't take me nearly this long to create the original. Lesson learned.
My husband even looked over and said, please tell me you have not been working on that same page all week. I said huh? And he said every time I've looked over at your computer this week, that same page with all the little people is pulled up. Ha! I explained to him that each bingo board has the same pictures but in a different order so each student has a different option. So while it looks like I'm on the same page, they are each different! Hopefully, I can finish that up this weekend and move on to something else on my to do list.
I finally did it. I bought a laminator for my house. Yes, only a teacher would get so excited about a purchase like this. I've had my eye on one for awhile. This was only $20 at Walmart...I just had to go to a few of them to find it. I've been wanting to laminate some of the things I use in tutoring and religious ed so that we can use them again and again. It is so easy to use! I always had access to a laminator when I taught so it shocked me when I got into the TpT world and learned about teacher's laminating their own materials at home. It is definitely convenient, though I don't think it would hold up with the amount of things I used to laminate, especially at the beginning of the year in the classroom. But it is perfect for the amount of things I need to do now.
Once a teacher, always a teacher.
|Here I was laminating an awesome freebie I found on TpT that is a walk and talk comprehension activity for Noah's Ark,|
I think we are going to check out Whole Foods grocery store tonight as a family. Yeah, wild and crazy Friday night at our house. I've been wanting to check it out for the past few weeks. We have one that is about 30 minutes from us. Not too bad but not close enough to just run in for a few things. I need some food for the next few weeks and I thought it would be the perfect time to check it out since it isn't a full grocery shopping trip. I've never been, so I don't know about the layout or the prices. I HATE taking the girls grocery shopping. I sometimes have my mom watch them or more often than not, I go out at night once my husband is home and the girls are asleep. Not how I want to spend my nights! So I convinced my husband that we could meet there since it is by his work, shop as a family and then head to the Buffalo Wild Wings that is next door (does that totally cancel out the healthy grocery shopping???) So it is a win win - I get the shopping done, with help, and I don't have to make dinner tonight! Score!!
Do you shop there ? Any must haves that I should keep an eye out for?