Yay! My first week of summer school is finished and it was a success! I have 9 kiddos who are entering 3rd grade so I'm getting to know some of my soon-to-be students. I taught 2nd grade for 6 years and loved it... but after not being around 2nd graders for a whole year, I had totally forgotten how different they are than end of the year 3rd graders!
I'm also happy to say that, after my run with BFF tonight, I will have officially completed the first week of Couch to 5K! I know that's not a huge accomplishment to some, but I am so proud of myself. We did walk one of the run minutes twice this week, but I ran it by myself twice too and ran the whole time!
And... when I haven't been working on summer school or out getting whipped into shape for my upcoming 5K, I've been working on this...
It's a super fun inference pack where students match up robots in boxes to kids who want them! Students have to read the boxes and read info about the kids to know who to pair up. Click the pic for more info!
Inference is one of my favorite skills to teach... as evidenced by my small collection of inference packs on TpT! If you click HERE, you can see my inference packs (Ugly Sweater, Crazy Cakes, Mixed up Easter Baskets, and Robo*Buddies). They are the first four products!
Want the best news? You can win the pack!!!! Just leave a comment on this post letting me know that you already entered to win four free magnetic pockets from Learning Resources. If you haven't entered that giveaway yet, click the pic below to go do it! It ends late tomorrow night.
On Saturday, I'll announce the winner of this pack AND the magnetic pockets on my blog's Facebook page. I already have something so fun going on here on Saturday, so check my FB page to see if you've won!