Saturday, June 29, 2013

July Currently


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  1. 120 degrees! That's insane. I'm in Houston, and it's hot. But that's crazy heat!

    Megan
    I Teach. What's Your Super Power?

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    1. Yes, that's why everyone should either stay indoors or go to a pool. Unfortunately, I have no pool, so I guess that means I'm staying in. :-)

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  2. holy melting cow... that is HOT so glad you linked up :) shoot me an email

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    1. Super HOT!! Every summer I think to myself... why am I still living here. Then I get to the winter and go... YEP, that's why!!

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  3. 120!?!?!?! YUCK. It is pretty bad in San Antonio too, but not that bad. That is like Fry and Egg hot. What is your first project to work on? I need to get started as well :(

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    1. I really want to make a teacher tool box. I have seen them all over the place and recently my teaching BFF made one and I know that I will be wishing I made one after seeing it in action. Haha, now I just have to brave the heat and go buy one.

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  4. You will love having a room theme! And I thought it was hot where I live- do what you need to in order to stay cool.

    Krazy Town

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    1. I feel like my room has been missing something and it's a theme. It will be nice to have an idea of what I'm going for instead of everything just being thrown into my classroom all mismatched.

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  5. There is so much I want to make for my classroom too. I need to sit down and organize my ideas.
    Latoya
    Flying into First Grade

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    1. That's why I made a blog post about it. Somewhere I can refer back to. :-)

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  6. Holy cow! I'm inside today because it's raining at only about 70 today in Indy...but 120! Holy smokes! Maybe a great day for more theme-oriented creations!?

    Mary Beth
    Run Teacher, Run

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  7. Here I am sad that I only have a month left before school, and you are happy about it. :) I need to learn your optimism. :)

    Emily
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    1. I'm torn. I'm getting a little bored and I am excited to meet my new students. I also know that I will miss my summer.

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  8. Holy guacamole, Batman! I thought 102 in Houston today was hot. It feels like a sauna here. I got my master's degree a few years ago. It's a lot of work...I felt like I was CONSTANTLY finishing one essay only to start on the next essay. But, when you're done, you'll be glad you finished. Enjoy the rest of your summer!
    KaSandra
    MemoriesMadeinFirst

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    1. That's EXACTLY how I feel. I have 16 papers PER class and with 12 classes total, that's a lot of papers. Glad that other teachers are going through/have gone through the same thing.

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  9. That is crazy hot! Have fun creating! Out teacher brains never seem to turn off, lol!

    Lindsey
    Lovin’ Kindergarten

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  10. You're ahead of me-I still haven't figured out my theme for this year-but I really like yours, the color scheme is really pretty. Congrats on working on your master's-I know that's a lot of work, but probably very well worth it!

    NotJustChild'sPlay

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    1. I pinned it over a year ago and I keep coming back to it. Now I have a classroom carpet that matches it perfectly. it makes sense just to go with it.

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  11. Your blog is so awesome, I'm so glad I found it through the Currently linky! I'm your newest follower!

    I'm in the same boat as you, I'm going to be starting my 6th year of teaching 3rd grade and I've never had a theme either! This year I think I'm going to do black and white with bright patterns like chevron and polka dots. Not sure exactly how that's gonna work but we'll see! And then thinking about that makes me desperately want to give my blog a makeover! :)

    Good luck finishing your masters! You will feel wonderful to have it done! :)
    Lindsey
    Mrs. Johnson's Little Prowlers

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  12. Just stopping by for July Currently. 120? Oh em gee!!! Stay hydrated! Happy 4th of July!

    Waving from The Teacher's Chatterbox,
    Rebecca

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  13. Wow - 120! Hope a cool front comes through and you can get down to just HOT instead of CRAZY HOT! Your blog is adorable!

    Amy
    Teaching in Blue Jeans

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