There's an app called Duolingo that is free and you can practice several languages. You choose a language and take a placement test and can go through levels. It's not super gamey in that it's not necessarily directed at the kiddos with cartoons and games. I do think that you could have kids do this though. I thought about loading it to an iPad in the fall and maybe letting it be an enrichment activity.
|This was one of the sentences I had to translate. When will I need to say this?! lol|
I have a homework club in my room. I needed new number pieces for it...and I like going to Michael's.
|clear glass mosaic pieces, acrylic paint, magnets|
|I wrote the numbers of my kiddos on the mosaic pieces (backwards--eek!), painted them, then glued magnets|
|Ummm...a bit too early for fall there buddy!!! (@Walgreens) #TooSoon|
I live in Indiana and for the first time ever I went downtown for fireworks. I've been recreationally taking pictures and was jazzed to get to do some firework shots. They are NOT as easy as anticipated. Here is my favorite picture.
I am slowly working on some new things for the upcoming year. I genuinely think I'm in denial for Back to School. Denial or not..it's quickly approaching. I'm switching up my classroom management system and I'm going to give Class Dojo a try! Do you Dojo? I'm working on incentive rewards. How many points do your kiddos usually earn? I don't want to make the levels too hard reach but I don't want to be giving out prizes left and right like crazy.
Here are some recording sheets I'm working on