I clicked “publish”

After spending the majoirty of this week chasing internet access and writing, I received positive feedback on the devotional I had created. The past two days I have logged around 24 hours typing, editing, spacing, and repeat. As I began expanding my writing with each question, I developed deeper reflection questions and tasks. I addedContinue reading “I clicked “publish””

Can you help me out? | I need volunteers to read ONE of my twelve devotionals + Give me feedback.

I began writing a 12-Question devotional series that includes a short (and I mean like half a page) devotional thought with a reflection that I feel digs into your personal space a little.  I would love to have at least 12 volunteers who are willing to read one of 12 devotionals I have written. WhenContinue reading “Can you help me out? | I need volunteers to read ONE of my twelve devotionals + Give me feedback.”

Upper Elementary/Middle School Morning Check In Activities

  Am I the only teacher that has a hard time getting started in the morning? This year, I decided that my students really needed a morning check-in.  Perhaps it was to help us stay consistent each morning, or maybe it was just something to help me feel better about those awkward first 15 minutesContinue reading “Upper Elementary/Middle School Morning Check In Activities”

Age Appropriate Math Activities for Middle Schoolers Working Below Grade Level

When preparing to be a special education teacher, I collected anything and everything that I thought my future students could benefit from. During that treasure hunt I collected many books, toys, and learning materials. Many of my items are currently stored in boxes and unusable for my current setting. Just because a student is performingContinue reading “Age Appropriate Math Activities for Middle Schoolers Working Below Grade Level”