Gettin' Back in the Swing!

Slowly but surely, I'm trying to get back into my routine.  You all know how it is, getting to know your new kiddos, learning the routine, and the gazillion other things that you have to do to begin your year. So I thought I'd share a few things we complete lately.  
First, I thought I'd post my lesson plans for this week, just in case you all wanted to see what we are doing.  

(Crayons in color plans are courtesy of Ashley Hughes)

This is our second week of centers. Here are some pictures of the centers we're completing.
 I created this math center so students could practice number words 1-20. If you want this center you can download it by clicking below. All graphics are courtesy of Melondheadz.
 This color, stamp center can be found in Cara's "Ready, Set, Learn" beginning of the year centers.
Putting our mixed up poem in order.  
We also read Lacey Walker, Nonstop Talker. A cute little book about and owl who learns to be a good listener. When we were finished, we made these adorable owls. You can get this unit here.
 I hope you all are having a great week. I'll be back soon! 


  1. You are amazing! Your students are so lucky to have you.

  2. Sooooo cute, friend! Loves ya and can't wait to catch up on our road trip!!!!!

  3. Thanks for the freebies! I will definitely be using them next week:)

    The Puzzling World of Autism

  4. Do you have your LP template on TpT or would you be willing to share it? I'm a first year teacher trying to find the right template for my plans and I'd really appreciate it! Thanks! My email is :)

  5. I love your owl craft! Super cute! I love owls and I've been making my room over to have an owl theme. Check out my blog if you get a chance, even though I know it is the craziest time of the year right now.

    Owl Inspire You
    Kelly Nelson

  6. Ummm I am in love with your template as well! Would you be willing to sell it on TPT???? I have been trying to design a new template for a week now and I hate everyone I make!


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