Make sure to stop by Farley's blog to do the March Currently!
Ethan was up bright and early this morning (5:15am) and when I first came out the news wasn't even on, but it is now.
This past week was a LONG week! My kids have bad cabin fever and we need the weather to warm up ASAP!
This coming week our report cards and progress reports are due and I have to begin brigance screeners, which is a long process. Not looking forward to those.
I am wanting Spring Break to come to get some things done around the house. We are hoping to get a new fence as we have dogs surrounding us and Ethan is not afraid of any dogs. One of the dogs is always jumping over the fence and not the most friendly dog. The spare bedroom is currently a work in progress. It is painted and the moulding is pulled up, but I need to get new carpet, door and closet door. Hopefully able to get done over Spring Break.
K was kind of hard for this, but I like Kid Rock. I love kisses from Ethan even though they are always open mouthed and somewhat slobbery (working on that). I hate kiwis. I am not a fan of the actual fruit. Flavored kiwi things are not that bad.

1. The afternoon class celebrated the 100th day of school on Tuesday. We made these fun crowns and I made some cookies for snack.
2. We continued to talk about transportation this week and played Crash! My kids LOVE this game!
3. The kids have been loving this sensory bin! They really like the signs, which is neat because they are starting to identify some of the signs themselves.


4. Next week we are starting to learn nursery rhymes and will be making a nursery rhyme book. We are going to do this activity at the end as a review of the nursery rhyme.

Freebie Fridays

5. Today felt like a SUPER long day and my kiddos were a little crazy, but fortunately Ethan is able to put a smile on my face and instantly brightens my day!
Have a great weekend!

The other day when I was driving to my grad class I was thinking about my little ones and how they don't really talk at all and for the ones that do they are very limited in their speech. I have some that their parents even struggle to understand them. So I decided to make some certificates so the parents can know some of the skills that they have accomplished because my students may not say anything. I think the kids will get excited about it too. I am going to print them on different colors and keep them readily available. Have a great Friday!


Beginning this week I will be introducing rhyming with my afternoon class. This is always a difficult task for many of them as they struggle with hearing the similarity in the sounds. I made this file folder game to practice. Initially I will do it as a whole group activity and once they seem to understand how to play I will make it available as an early finisher option. You can get it at my tpt store here. Enjoy the rest of your Sunday!

March is Reading Month File Folder Game
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