Getting Reading Organized With Smead

Hey everyone!

You know I love me some office supplies.

First is a 12 pocket stadium file that has saved me! I use it in my reading groups now. Each group is numbered (1-7) and I put the papers for the week in there. So organized! I like how the stadium file stands up and doesn't take up much space.

Then is the SuperTab tab file folder that a lovely pink for breast cancer awareness. I love the color and I love the big tabs!

Finally is the 3-in-1 SuperTab Section Folders which are great for my guided reading groups. Plenty of spots for paper plus the cool little lock in tab!

See? Three pockets plus a little lock in at the top.

These will all be used in my reading groups and I feel so much more organized!

**This is an honest review. All opinions are mine. I was sent the paper to review in return of a review. Shoplet has other things besides office supplies like medical and more!
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Spark of Inspiration Blog Hop: Freebies and Prizes!

Hey everyone!

Hello to those hopping over from Nicole's blog, thanks! I'm happy to be celebrating in this wonderful makeover of our collab blog, complete with a new name! It looks gorgeous.

I made up this little freebie to use in my class as we began learning about the scientific method. The bright colors and a pop of fun.. It's simple but effective! Enjoy!

Comes in black and white, as well as a version without the research step.

Hop on over to Jen's blog next for some more fun!

Keep hopping through all our blogs for a chance to win a $100 Visa gift card or a $50 gift card, two winners!  

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A Little Bit of This and A Bit of That...

Hey everyone!

Hmmm, where to begin?

School is super busy! It seems like the school year is flying by. We've done world cultures and are now starting chemistry, which my kids absolutely adore!

Finished our time and measurement math unit and are on to multiplication again, this time with numbers 6-9.

We have also finished our nonfiction unit and are on fables, myths, and folktales. I tell you though, nonfiction has piqued my kids reading appetite! They have never read so much as this unit and the nonfiction bug is still in them lol.

One of my students moved but then I got a new student. We are gearing up for state testing. So not ready, but I do a test prep Wednesday and I told my kids that because I care about them, that's why I help them get ready.

I survived Valentine's Day and the party. The kids loved this heart on the mirror, because when they took a drink, their face appeared in the heart!

I got a cart of 30 ipads, with the stipulation that 10 are for each of the third grade rooms (we have 3) and that afterschool club will use my room for 1/2 an hour because it's their ipads. Yep, I agreed! Lol.

On a sad personal note, if you follow me on IG you already know, my beloved Checkers had to be put down at the end of last month. It was time. She was 14, old, losing her appetite, and then the day before I made the decision, her legs gave out. Still in a funk about it, but every day is a little better.

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