Friday Favorites & Memorial Day Weekend ~ Wow!






I Have My Own You Tube Channel

Well, I never expected to be a You Tuber.  Many of my students want this job as a career because of fame and fortune.  I'm not expecting any of that; I am just hoping to maybe help another teacher with virtual learning/teaching.



What I'm Reading

If you are in the market for a new book, check out A Book Of Longings:

The Book of Longings: A Novel


First, I love all of Sue Monk Kidd's books.  Second, the setting of this book is during Biblical times. (One of my all time favorite books is The Red Tent by Anita Diamant.).  Third, the premise of the book is that Jesus gets married to Ana ~ this book is Ana's story.  Ana is a woman who knows how to read and write which was very unusual at that time.  I highly recommend this book; it's a book that I love so much that I don't want it to end!

The World of Google Classroom

I spend a great deal of time developing and creating virtual lessons for my students.  We are now teaching new material such as Weather and Climate for Science and Fractions on a Number Line for Math.  It is a whole new world when you are not face to face with your students.  

 



Now we are moving onto equivalent fractions.  At least, students are being exposed to these concepts.

Kahoot ~ A Fun Online and Educational Learn

If you are looking for a very engaging online Google Meet or Classroom activity, check out Kahoot.  My students look this activity.  You can play as a class or assign individually.  Here is a link to my newest Kahoot!


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1 comment

  1. I had fun checking out your You Tube channel! I may try out Kahoot next year. My class meetings got kind of BORING for some kids. We could only do so many scavenger hunts. I wish I had read your blog back when you originally wrote this! I might have tried Kahoot while school was (sort of) in session. I've been so sick of screens that I have not been reading many blogs lately. Happy summer!
    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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