Remember us, The Reading Buddies? We probably hang out at the bottom of your blog feed. Oh, now you remember us!!!!!
Well we are back. We are working hard dot spruce up our blog and post on a regular basis- It's our new resolution.
I was wondering how many of you run a "class blog" that your students can read and respond to? I do. Here's a particularly profound post that I wanted to share with you that I just finished writing. Check it out and don't forget to let me know what you do as far as "class blogging".
Nice to touch base again friends and we promise to pop by more often.
Here is my most recent class blog post:
What do those numbers symbolize?
My age? (I wish)
Years teaching? (not yet)
They actually symbolize the final days of the school year. As I write this post (Tuesday night) we have 27 days remaining in this school year which means we have spent the last 333 days together learning, laughing, and loving being around each other. As I have mentioned before I was really nervous, yet incredibly excited about having a looping class. However, I can honestly say that you have alleviated all of those fears and and surpassed any expectation that I had of our time together. Although I know that you are ready to go, it will be hard to let you go on that final day in June.
It's a weird thing, teaching. You are partnered up with a group of people who you will spend six hours a day, five days a week, for 180 days (and for us-double that). Then, some warm day in June as the sun blazes and the desks empty, it's done! That's it! We say goodbye knowing that we will never be part of the same group again. WEIRD, right?
The end of the year is a time to reminisce, to look back at the good times we had together. Let's look back at all we have learned and the fun we have had. In your comments below answer the following question:
What's one experience you had in FOURTH grade that you hope to remember for a long time?
The Reading Buddies
Damien & Kelly