Friday, June 3, 2011

E-Mail Woes and Chapter 3!!!

My goodness!  Thank you everyone for linking up and checking in with us during our first 2 chapters!

If you are waiting for your book... you can view it on-line (the whole enchilada) by clicking on the picture.

I am getting the impression that we all (present company included) need to be thinking about differentiation as we begin to develop our math stations.  I have loved taking a tour of your classrooms and hearing your reflections. Please continue to link up once you have answered the questions.  I suspect blog stalkers will continue to check in for more ideas.  The link will be open for weeks and weeks so you still have time.

Get ready for Chapter 3 which will be posted by Mrs. Parker on or around June 6th


E-Mail Woes
I am once again having trouble with my district's emails.  There are smart techie people (certainly NOT me) looking into it.

I had a string of Math Work Stations emails on Wednesday, but ZIPPO on Thursday... my first clue that I had a problem.  If you emailed me, and I did not answer you (I am not ignoring you).  I'm not sure if they will be able to recover the emails once the problem has been fixed or if they are gone.

Would you consider trying me at this email?
owens65066@gmail.com


7 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for sharing the link to the book! I just read chapters 1 and 2 and now have an itch to go up to school to empty all my math "stuff" to start sorting, purging, and organizing! But it is the first week of summer break here, so maybe I should hold off for a few weeks and not be the crazy teacher who would rather work than enjoy her break!=)
    F is For First Grade

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  2. Deedee, thanks for leaving a comment on my post. Bless you for brainstorming about my room challenge! I'm thinking about buying legal-sized file folders for creating mini offices for math and literacy.

    When I see photos of math walls and word walls, I just drool, lol! Do you think I could use a clear shower curtain, or a sheet to create a "wall"? Hmmm...must think about that idea.

    Www.read-write-sing.blogspot.com

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  3. Hey Chrissy! That's a great idea! My word wall is a piece of fabric with a thick strip of Velcro on the back Then it attaches to my block wall with the adhesive Velcro strip (got the Velcro) at walmart. Then I use straight pins to add my words to my word wall. I'm not sure if I have a picture of it... I already took it down for summer painting :-( I wonder if that would work?

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  4. Yes Melissa! At least stay away from the building for the first week or people will talk about you! Lol!

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  5. I just got my copy of the book yesterday in the mail! I sat down and picture walked it first ;) HAHAHA I am definetly a kindergarten teacher. I have started to delve into it more closely now! I am so glad you started this study and enabled us to become a learning network together!!
    Jenea
    www.seedsofnoledge.blogspot.com

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  6. Jenea... You are welcome! It is been so helpful for me too! I can't wait until we get into the meat of it... the actual activities!

    Mrs. Wills Kindergarten

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  7. I am a little late on joining in the math work station party, but I would love to share what I have so far!
    Tammy
    Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

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