Thursday, November 13, 2014

Much to be Super Thankful For!

I have much to be thankful this year! 
My friends at Primary Powers created a linky to share all that we're thankful for! 


I will keep my post short and simple because it is conference week and I am dog-tired! I don't even know how I managed to stay away this late, and it's only 8 o'clock!



As many of you know, I moved from 2nd grade to 1st grade. It was a big change, but I am just loving it! My students have a lot of energy, but are so sweet! I could not imagine teaching without them!




Moving school meant moving to a new classroom. I am very pleased with my space. It is not as cramped as I used to be. I have enough room for all of my books (which I still need to organize), and has enough room for 29 first graders. 




Of course I am thankful for my family! We are not the most photogenic bunch (my dad is even giving me bunny ears... what!?!) but I love them just the same!




I am finally moving to a new apartment! I will miss living with my parents (really, I will), but I am excited to live away from them again, haha! Teachers need their space!!
Enough said!
I cannot express enough how blessed I feel to be a teacher! There are so many wonderful life experiences coming my way!

I am thankful to all of my blog readers. I know I am not the most consistent blogger, but you have stuck with me... I appreciate you all!

What are you thankful for??
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  1. Wow! 29 first graders! Thank goodness you have that big classroom : )
    Thanks for sharing,
    Amanda
    The Take Home Teacher

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    1. This is the largest class I've had, and I love every one of them :-)
      Thank you for stopping by!

      Lizz R.

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  2. Hi Lizz,

    1. I LOVE your lizard pin it button. Talk about adorable!
    2. Your Yorkie is seriously too cute!!! I always wanted one. =(

    A LoveLi Class

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    1. I was super excited about my, "pin it" button, too!
      Chorkies are the best little dogs you will ever love :-)
      Thanks for stopping by!

      Lizz R.

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  3. 29 first graders??? That's a lot!!! Do you have a full time assistant?

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    1. No assistant! I do have wonderful parent volunteers who come in when they can :-)

      Thank you for stopping by!

      Elizabeth

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  4. Thanksgiving day has always been my favourite holiday. As the article above shows it can be a powerful tool to get the students to speak, write and read. It’s great to encourage brainstorming on that topic, and the kids will be grateful for those activities as well. The worksheets and pictures provided above are just great and I’m grateful for them as well. I have done some research with the help of the essay writers online and I must say that the most talented teachers are the ones who care about their students and I’m grateful for sharing your experiences with all the young teachers out there.

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