I never was shown this book as a child, and considering a large amount of counseling and therapy I was exposed to, I am very sad about that. I was in college when I discovered it and so touched by its message that I immediately found a way to implement it into my lesson plans… Continue reading Emotions Day Five: My Many Colored Days
While compiling today's lesson I scrolled through my Pinterest-y inspiration board a considered a free lesson curriculum that I had downloaded for Kindergarten level students. I looked at the book that had fresh clean outlines of the Grouchy Ladybug with abridged versions of the context of each page. At first, I checked out of the… Continue reading Emotions Day Four: The Grouchy Lady Bug
It was difficult to wake myself up this morning, each morning has become more and more difficult. The House of R was hit with a terrible cold over the past week, and I was now a nurse turned patient. My head was groggy and my body craved rest after a weekend of concerts and late… Continue reading The Lesson That Went So Incredibly Wrong, And Then So Incredibly Right!
This was our first day back into school since we took a Summer Break from Mid-August to Mid-October, and this is my first year to fully incorporate Baby K in the experience. With a 2-year-old and an ADD-riffic four-nager the challenge was definitely real today. Last night I looked over the agenda for today and… Continue reading All The Feels Unit: Introductory Day