Wednesdays are all about reading!
This week in my classroom we have read Three Hens and a Peacock by Lester Laminack. We have read sight word books with “and”. We read The Hungry Little Caterpillar.
I have read a lot of blog posts!
Part of the reason I love this challenge is because of the teachers I get to visit with all month! There is a familiarity that I enjoy. I also am an input monster so learning about how others do things always intrigues me.
Here are links to some of my favorite blogs from the challenge.
Slice of Lisa I have worked with Lisa for several years and I love when she slices! She is one of the busiest coaches I know who is always striving to teach about equity and literacy. She is a ball of energy!
Ms. Chiubooka Writes I always enjoy the writing every March from this blogger. There is something about the way she puts together a sentence!
The drigibile plum This blog always makes me think about something from a different angle…or makes me laugh. We have “stolen” structures from each other for years.
Persistence and Pedagogy This blog is always honest. Amanda has a way of talking about the hard things in such a wonderful way and always has a story from her family or school to illustrate her point. She is always a joy to read.
The Apples in my Orchard My neighbor in Wisconsin! I love her words and thoughts!
Jump off; Find Wings Love her Kurt V quote where the title comes from! i always learn something from this blog! I love reading it.
There are SO many blogs I read daily – esp in March! This is just a sample…
Happy Reading and Learning!
What are you and your class reading ?
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