Clicks, Links, + Tweets

Hasn’t this week been dragging?!  The first week back after vacation is always tough, but this one seemed to be especially long.  I am excited to relax and decompress this weekend.  Here’s what I’ll be reading. + Tech Tuesday featured Sushi Monster, a fact fluency app by Scholastic (Elementary Thoughts) + A quirky sweater and … Continue reading

Wardrobe Wednesday: Quirky-Happy

Wardrobe Wednesday: February 26 by shaunamccarthy Monsoon pink sequin sweater / Dorothy Perkins black knee length skirt / Merona opaque stocking / Rupert Sanderson ankle strap high heel pumps / Candie s polka dot bag / FOSSIL leather wrist watch / Ann Taylor bauble jewelry / Miss Selfridge beading earrings / J Crew j crew … Continue reading

Tech Tuesday: Sushi Monster for iPad

NOM NOM!  Sushi Monster is an iPad app for elementary mathematics.  It is an extension of Scholastic’s Fastt Math, a fluency fact program.  If you’re not familiar with Fastt Math, it is a computer program that students “play” every day to practice math facts.  After they have successfully met the criteria of an operation, they … Continue reading

Clicks, Links, + Tweets

February vacation is almost over for us Bay Staters!  Although many of us might be dreading heading back to school on Monday, it will be good to get back into routine.  Before you do, check out what I’ve been doing on the lovely Internet this week.  Happy clicking! + Tech Tuesday spotlighted Math Champ Challenge, a Common … Continue reading

“Here’s to the crazy ones…”

“Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t … Continue reading

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