I thought long weekends were supposed to leave you feeling rested, but man I am tired today! My class was wide-awake and chatty though, so I guess it was just me who needed a nap. 🙂
I gave an interview to Teacher Certification Degrees that you might want to read if you’re interested in hearing more about our classroom, life as a third grade teacher, or some of my background. You can click here to read it. It was fun to think about some of the answers and advice for students who are thinking about becoming teachers. I thought about telling them to RUN!!! but I didn’t. 😉 It’s amazing how much I really do love my job when I stop to think about it, even through all the frustrating parts. I do wish we could do more teaching and less…. other stuff… though. That’s a whole different story and you don’t want to get me started on it!
Moving on… Farley posted this month’s currently. I love reading these! It’s fun to see some of the personal happenings behind my favorite bloggers. So just in case anyone cares about mine…. Tada!
Gotta run. Sushi and a stack of papers the size of Mount Everest are waiting for me. That’s another thing they don’t tell you about in teacher school, huh? =)
Hi Christi! Just found your blog from Farley's Currently and I'm your newest follower! What a great interview you gave. I'm sure so many new teachers will really appreciate that information. Glad I found you!
Second Grade Sparkle
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I slept soooo much over the long weekend. I was exhausted after the first week with kiddos!!
I Teach. What's Your Super Power?
I'm with you on the excitement of the weekends!!! I think the teachers new to the profession will appreciate your advice! ;o)
What a gift you are passing on! And yes, I love cute desk tools, too!! I agree completely about needing more hours in the day!
Little Miss Organized