Is that not the most precious thing you have seen? This next one happens to be my favorite because it is inside and I love the window on the books.
You can read more about this door and other UFOs (Urban Fairy Operations) by clicking on the picture above.
Even though my class is composed of mostly fine young men this year, I have to have a fairy door. I am blessed to be married to the most creative, kind, loving, giving, cranky bear of a man. He has agreed to make a fairy door for my classroom. I can hardly wait to see what he comes up with. I've got all kinds of whimsical ideas flying through my brain right now...Thanks Laurie!
As long as I'm here, I've got to let you know that my new class is totally funny. My owlets are an amazing group of creative high fivers. Not too many huggers in this group! I'm going to enjoy their laughter and enthusiasm all year long. I really can't wait for procedure to be taught and the learning to really take off!
Today I was lucky enough to be able to tell them about owl pellets. A room full of boys and owl pellets...They loved it! I'm going to need to get some to dissect before the year is over. Having owls as my theme, how could I not do the owl pellet dissection activity?
For the first day we read
These students wanted me to read it again and again. Did I?
|Many of the boys made "cool fire shoes"! They had elaborate plans for how they |
would turn on and shoot fire!
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