May 28, 2012

Be A Learner

I hope that everyone is enjoying themselves on this holiday weekend. Many thanks to our amazing sailors and soldiers who enable us to enjoy such great freedom.

Doesn't it seem like as teachers it is full force ahead on the last few weeks of school and then BAM the breaks are suddenly hit? It leaves us feeling like now what? Well, by the looks of the activity on Pinterest the "now what" for teachers is to plan for next year of course.

My mind is full of the many things that I want to accomplish; however, I am so overwhelmed and don't know where to start. I saw the OREO font from Dafont on Unless Teaching and new that I had to do something with it. So I created a printable sign to hopefully remind the students of what good learners do. Please feel free to download and comment if you'd like. I am going to attach it to my class website and possibly their homework folders.

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11 comments:

Primary Possibilities said...

What a cute idea! I am your newest follower!

Stephany
primarypossibilities.blogspot.com

Heidi said...

Thanks for the freebie. I am now a follower. Thanks for grabbing my freebie as well. :)

Heidi
My (Not So) Elementary Life

Mrs. L. Jordan said...

Thanks Stephany! I am following you too!

Mrs. L. Jordan said...

Heidi, I am following you as well. Thanks for reading.

Susan Hardin said...

What a cute idea...I might even attach a small version to the corner of their desks. I am always wanting them to remember these things!
Thanks for sharing!
-Susan Hardin
3rd Grade Grapevine
Mrs. Hardin's Class

Susan Hardin said...

I meant to add that I was also your newest follower. Thanks!
- Susan Hardin

Mrs. L. Jordan said...

Thanks Susan! I am following you too! I love your ideas for the multiplication facts. I love the desk idea.

Christi at Ms. Fultz's Corner said...

Thank you for sharing this on Manic Monday. I teach third grade too and am following you now.

Christi ツ
Ms. Fultz’s Corner

Laura Wagner Jordan said...

Thanks Christi, I am following you as well.

Addie Williams said...

Super cute poster. I'm going to share this with my students (grade 8-12) as these ideas work with any age!

Thanks!
Addie
Addie Education - Teacher Talk

Laura Wagner Jordan said...

Thanks Addie! I loved your idea that you posted on students sharing their memories with future students.