Tuesday, April 3, 2012

Two awesome linky parties!

Today I'm linking up with two awesome bloggers.
First with Ms. Fultz's Corner...to let you peek inside my classroom:
reading/writing wall..students work on differentiated groups, literature circles, and in centers
all activities are stored in folders, baskets, or in the magnetic pockets on the board ( my fav purchase)

 I made a cute little cement can stand  to "shows off our writing& art"


We have been reading Cinderella stories from around the world.
Each time we read a different version, we place a glass slipper on our map!

On our writing bulletin board- we learned about point of view and wrote the story from a different characters perspective
Step-mom's story
here is the Prince's version

Then with my pal Tara from 4th Grade Frolics, she wants to know what's in my lunchbox? (how fun is that)  I have to tell you that my lunch is usually a yogurt & a zillion pretzels...some coffee and usually fruit. I use an old lululemon bag-
 healthy yogurt, almonds, fruit & a HUGE coffee!
not a very fancy lunch bag, a reused lululemon bag!


Tara said...

Ummmmm coffee for lunch? YES!! Girl, you're singing my song!! Love the coffee and love the peek into your classroom:) Thanks for linking up:))

4th Grade Frolics

Christi at Ms. Fultz's Corner said...

I love your Cinderella map. We read the different versions, but I've never mapped them. Great idea and thanks for linking up!

Christi ツ
Ms. Fultz’s Corner

Corinna said...

Your class looks like a lot of fun. I love color!! I would love to move up to 3rd grade they can do a bit more than 2nd but it still is in the same ballpark;) I love that you are a shopaholic like myself:)
Surfin' Through Second

Corinna said...

I'm back, but this time I wanted to let you know you've been tagged!! Stop by and check it out:)

Surfin' Through Second

Rachel Lamb said...

ok. I gotta know how you attach the writing to the cement can thingy!?

teaching fashionista said...

ha ha rachel!! its an old pain can filled with cement, my nonno stuck a long wood stick in it, then it hardened. we twisted tea cup screws all over it -to hang up the writing.. (they are screws on one end then a hook on the other end)