Friday Favorites and Some Other Things I Think Are Just Great!

Happy Weekend!  Thanks for stopping by today!  I'm linking up with The Blended Blog and Momfessionals for:

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 Fun With Fractions

I LOVE borrowing ideas from Pinterest, especially anchor charts. 


anchor chart
Click here for original Pin!




What Skills Students Need to Succeed

We had a professional development where we learned the top 10 skills students need to succeed in the future:

ten skills students need

Being a graduate of a liberal arts college, I feel as if I was prepared for complex problem solving and critical thinking.  The speaker - Dr. Daggett - emphasized the importance of your major (the top earning profession was petrochemical engineering).  However, not everyone can be happy majoring in engineering, medicine, mathematics ...He did state that being a teacher means job security.  More importantly, being a successful teacher means you need to excel in all ten skills ~ you just won't get paid as much as a petrochemical engineer.  I don't think you could pay me enough to want that job anyway!

Click here to get a brief glimpse of Dr. Daggett's philosophy.


New Lularoe Leggings

I purchased my second pair of ultra-comfortable and easy to fit around my waist leggings:

clothes





Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Craftivity

A few weeks back, we made this adorable Dr. King craft and read about his life.  After the kids wrote an informational paragraph about him.  

MLK craft

I love how each student puts his/her unique touch on their Martins!




Rhonna Photo App. = AWESOME!

I am having so much fun creating with my Rhonna Photo App.



Happy Superbowl Weekend!  Who are you rooting for?

1 comment

  1. I would NEVER EVER in a million years want to be a petrochemical engineer! Yikes! Lots of my colleagues have been wearing Lularoe, and they all look adorable. Thanks for sharing the fractions charts. I'm about to start fractions, and new inspiration is always good. Have a good weekend!
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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