Oh my goodness...we exchanged cards, I announced my favorite thing about why each child is special to me, we ate pink sherbet (I don't even know if we are allowed to do that anymore - but we did and it was yummy), we opened our Valentines and then we spent the rest of the day doing 100 tons of 100th day fun (at least that's what it seemed like to me). And what does Wilma the Worrier do while kids are enjoying a day of FUN? I walked around feeling a little freaked out that I was missing my reading groups, writer's workshops and math time. Not because I don't want to kids to have fun...but because the ipad patrol will be making rounds soon and there I was dishing out sherbet and wearing Shari on my shoulder. Here's the "who is Shari?" part...Shari was a gift I received first thing this morning from a former student.
Here she is...
She is a "shoulder buddy" that I was instructed to stick on my shoulder with a magnet. I LOVE the little girl who gave her to me (so I put
On a more serious note, I've been wrappin' up my presentation for the Everything's Primary Virtual Teaching Expo. I'm excited to hear the other presentations! You can read more about the presenters/topics by clicking here. Tickets are available for only $14.95 and you can watch the presentations online at your convenience. I hope you'll consider joining us.
I'm exhausted. Shari and I are goin' to bed.