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I am a first grade teacher who has rediscovered a love for firsties this year. I have taught pre-k, kindergarten, first grade and even second over the past 16 years. I have been married for 17 years to my wonderful husband and have been blessed with 2 very active boys.

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Five for Friday {Feb 14}

Wow!  We made it through a Friday with a full moon AND Valentine's Day!  Let's just say it was tiring.  The best was when a firstie asked if my present to them could be no spelling test!  Good try:)

So I am linking up with Kasey at Doodlebugs Teaching-Valentine's style.

A tried and true Valentine favorite is candy heart graphs.  The kids {heart} this activity and a little graphing review is always a welcomed treat (especially when it involves food)!


Some lucky boys tonight enjoyed some Valentine ice cream for dessert!  My class enjoyed ice cream sundaes today as one of their party centers:)
This Valentine BINGO game was a hit today.  I love that I bought it last year at Target on clearance!  It was just some good old fashioned fun:)
During math this week my kids loved measuring these adorable little critters while playing Scoot!  This is the perfect game to add a little movement while providing  lots of practice:) 

 A little Daily 5 Read to Self to round out the week.  The balls are a favorite place to sit and read.  I will be posting more on stability balls and alternative seating in the near future.  I can't wait to share  what has been going on over here:)

Mrs. Wathen
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  1. Good idea with the stability balls. Do you ever have any issues with kids goofing off with them? My class is usually good when I set the expectations, but there's always that one....

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