Wednesday, August 17, 2011


Today is my first official day back with students. As you read this I am probably greeting the little buggers, as they stare at me blankly thinking... I don't understand a WORD of what your saying. Ha, ha!

Although I have been very busy working in my classroom I don't have much to update you on because I have forgotten to take pictures. I do have a few. Take a peak.

Here is the Porter's Polka Dots sign I was telling you about. If you look below you will see my Vista Print lawn sign. :)
Here is a close up shot of both.

Here is the start of my word wall in classroom B.
I hope to finish it tomorrow during my plan time.

I also wanted to share that Amy from First Things First is having a "Simple Things" Linky party. I've linked up my "Hey, hey! What do you have to say?" interactive bulletin board. Stop on by and link up something simple that has made a big difference in your classroom. Just click on the button below.

But before you go...

So here is my REAL reason for posting today. I want you all to stop by Ladybug's Teacher Files and check out my guest post! I was super excited when Kristen asked me to join these other fabulous bloggers in her week long Printables Paradise giveaway. 
Today is my day and I have updated and added another freebie to my Mini Word Wall/ Said is Dead post. So click on the button below to head on over there.

I hope your day is calmer than mine!


  1. Oh my gosh! You are the absolute sweetest person ever! :-) Thank you so much for mentioning the linky party! You totally just made my day! I'm not even kidding!

    Amy @ First Things First

  2. Happy first day back!! I hope you have a great year ;) And I loved your guest post! Fabulous idea :)

  3. Ms. M!!! You are the best! Thanks for posting about this on here and for the guest post. That is one of my all-time favorites of your printables. I hope your first day went well today! It's been raining like crazy here but luckily I found me some internet access!!! Talk to you soon :)

  4. Ms. M - I used your writing folder tutorial to create some folders. I posted about them today. I didn't have colored dots, so I had to create mini labels. I'm sure you already made yours for this year since you started today... but just in case! :o)


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