We are back to school!


Hello there!  It has been a whirlwind with school this year!  We have a hybrid model so there has been a lot of preparation.  The good news is that there are students in the classroom!
 
Miracle Flower
Last week I found this most adorable plant growing from a crack in my outdoor stairs.  Seeing this little flower gave me a healthy does of happiness and optimism.


 
 
My Classroom
 
 We are doing a hybrid model at school.  One group comes Monday and Tuesday; the other group comes Thursday and Friday.  We are all online on Wednesday.  The kids were over the moon to be back in school!
 
We still managed to do our traditional activities:  tangrams; math card games; the Probably Book; and Play-Doh:



 
 
 
 
 The Probably Book is a class book, and I save them all.  Each student has his/her own page that starts:  "I am probably the only one in 3rd grade who...."  It is so much fun to see what each student writes and look back on their pages later in the year.
 
 
The Peloton Bike
 
My family and I are loving the Peloton.  It came on September 4th.  I just did my 10th ride today.  The best part is that it is on sale ~ if you are interested!
 
 

 Make sure to use my code: 7tvnaq to save $100.  You do need to buy the spin shoes to use the bike, and this savings comes in handy!
 
 
Hornet's Nest
 
 This hornet's nest in my backyard is thriving.  It even survived a microburst even hanging from a "thread" of a branch.  It just keeps getting bigger and more fascinating!!


 Today I'm linking up for Friday Favorites!  Make sure to check out more blogs over there!


Thank you for checking in today!  I'm hoping to write more news in my blog as soon as I have some sort of routine!



 

 




1 comment

  1. Hi Susan! I finally found time to read blogs and post on my blog again.

    I love your use of cards and The Probably Book! I am saving your post, because I definitely want to to try that next year. I think pulling out some cards for math next week is also in order.

    That hornet's nest IS fascinating and a little bit terrifying! It's amazing how they engineer such delicate-looking but strong nests.

    I hope all is well! I'm sure you are extremely busy. Our school goes back full time next week.

    Jan
    Laughter and Consistency

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