With the sun staying out later and the temperatures slowly rising, I’m itching for spring. Transitioning with shorter hemlines, tights, and dark florals is the perfect way to ditch the sweaters and corduroys but still keep those legs covered for chilly mornings.
This sweatshirt-esque top is from Gap. I have it in gray also because it’s perfect in every way. If you can snag it on sale still I am telling you it’ll be the best decision you ever make.
Top – Gap, Skirt – Marshall’s, Boots – Unisa via DSW
I implemented this cool timer I saw on Pinterest for certain assignments to show how much time remains, rather than saying it over. And over. And over.
We’re finally grasping the concept of counting coins!
The students love this funny writing prompt booklet in the writing center!
And of course we continue to observe our mealworms. They all love science!
This week I…
Changed my desk arrangement (again).
Did a St. Patty’s writing prompt for our classroom bulliten board! It says “who is worth more to you than gold?” I’ll be posting the pdf link from teachers pay teachers later on!
And we sorted long o sounds on the smart board – one of my favorite ways to do a phonics lesson. Quick, fun, and it gets the students out of their seats!
My weekend uniform quickly turned into cool joggers and a pullover as soon as Fall started. I have about 5 pairs of joggers on rotation, including these I just picked up on sale from American Eagle. Paired with a quilted Gap pullover that I also have in black (obsessed), this is the perfect weekend look. Errands, hanging with friends, brunch – you name it, joggers are perfect for it.