Now don't get me wrong, I love those little animals like crazy, but man, sometimes I just wonder what it must look like inside their heads. I imagine that it is a slideshow of about 400 different things flashing in front of their eyes in a span of seconds. That's why they get that wild look in their eyes and randomly shout things out. FOR example, we're doing a super engaging math lesson, everyone is looking at me, totally into it, I'm thinking to myself "yeeeees, they are getting this!", and I ask a question. One child shoots his hand up in the air and waves it around like he was just bursting to tell me the answer. Woo hoo, I think, and I call his name! I'm all ready for him to tell me "The sum is 8" when he yells "SOMETIMES I LIKE TO EAT THINGS OFF THE GROUND OUTSIDE, AND MY MOM TELLS ME TO STOP, BUT I DO IT ANYWAY AND I LIKE HOW IT TASTES." Mission accomplished my friends. Mission. Accomplished.
So joy to the world it is Saturday because I need to relax :) I'm so excited that my flashbacks, fotos, and freebies week is over and I get to announce the winners! Hooray! Let's see if it was YOU (I hope it was!)
Congratulations to all the winners! Be sure to check your email today for your prizes :)
Here is a HUGE thank you to all of my amazing followers who entered the giveaways! I am beyond thankful for each and every one of you!
And because I am SO thankful and hate that I couldn't pick ALL of you to win, I am giving away my Holiday Behavior Book to anyone who leaves a comment on this post by SUNDAY NIGHT with their email address!
I love you all and thank you so much for joining me in my teaching adventures!