Hooray for You!

Sunday, May 19, 2013
I have had a few emails from people who said they couldn't find the Hooray for You book to go along with my Hooray for You Critical Thinking Skills Activities
 Looky... Look..  what I  found in the  June Scholastic book clubs.
Click on the picture to take you to the resource. 
Also, I have updated this Outstanding Compound Words resource.  It is now 100 pages of compound fun!
It is on sale until Monday May 20.  If you already purchased it, please go to your My Purchases and re download it for free!  I will be updating it again after the third set of new compound word graphics are released.
This is what my kiddos will be doing the week of Memorial Day.  It will all be about the circus!  My special needs kids will learn to juggle, get their faces painted and of course ride the best thing of all they will ride therapeutic pony! 
For those of you that are in double or single digits days of school left, I am jealous and wish it were me.  However, in August when my summer is in full swing I will be happy to still out of school, while many of you are returning.  I have a lot more weeks to go until summer vacation.  Like too many to say.  We were actually told at a faculty meeting that we were NOT ALLOWED to count down the days until summer.  As per my principal, it makes the students feel like we don't like them.   My kiddos are 12 month students.  So I leave them June 26 and they have another teacher for the 6-8 weeks of summer instruction. 


  1. Love your blog design!
    Just found your blog! Now following!
    Looking forward to keeping up!


  2. Just poppin in to send some love....how many more days do you have left? I'm counting down with 10...whoo-hoo!
    Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

  3. Just want to send you a HUGE thank you for your hard work on the Moore fundraiser. I've purchased my bundle and cannot be more thrilled about the products I received and the donation I made :)
    Teach With Laughter


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