Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Next Year...

Since today is my first official day of summer break, I thought it would be a great day to link up with  Kim from Joy in 6th for her next year linky party!
Here we go...

I've blogged about my adventures with math rotations at the end of the year.  I am going to start the year full force but also incorporate more of a guided math style.  After some positive feedback, I purchased two guided math books that I hope are going to help!

I feel like I should give myself some credit and say stronger writing teacher.  I think I made great strides in my writing instruction this year.  I have to give a big thanks to Susan Moran and her awesome writing packets.  This is an area I'm going to work on strengthening over the summer.  I also want to make sure I am aligning to the CCSS.

Please tell me I'm not alone here.  No matter how hard I try, I always have a huge stack of papers on the corner of my desk.  Some of it is to throw out and some of it is to refile.  I get so frustrated with myself, I just need to come up with a better system.  I have a lot of binders going on so hopefully that will help me!

What a great linky!  I love it!  What are you definitely going to do next year?  Go link up with


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5 comments:

  1. For writing we will be starting classical composition next year - it will be for 4th Grade though. We are super looking forward to that.

    I am also aiming to stay organized. :o)

    The Paper Maid

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    1. Ohh- that sounds awesome!! Good luck wit h the writing! Here's hoping we can all stay organized!! :)

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  2. Yay! You are the winner of my writing portfolio pack! Can you please e-mail me at christina4062@hotmail.com so I can get that to you?

    Congrats!

    :)
    Christina
    *Bunting, Books, and Bainbridge*

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    1. I'm emailing you right now!!! WOOO HOOO!! I'm so excited! :)

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  3. The paper piles! Paperwork can get out of control so quickly. Seems like I am always trying to stay ahead of it. :)
    Lori
    Conversations in Literacy

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