Georgia O’Keeffe was a wonderful free spirit and painter who captured flowers, shells and landscapes in a big, beautiful and memorable way. Continue Reading
Yogurt lids have lots of great uses, and recently I dreamed up another one. It happened while I was pouring paint into the lids for a preschool painting project, while musing about new Literacy Center activities.
Bingo! The lids might make a great alphabet activity! Continue Reading
We’ve been to Mineral Point and to Yellowstone State Park in nearby Wisconsin. Great spots, great fun!!!
I miss my students but will see them again on Monday. Really, I can’t wait!
Every year during Lent, the 8th graders act out the living stations of the cross. If you’re close, try to come. We do it at 2:00 every Tuesday at St. Anne’s Church next to Grace in East Moline. (The next and final one is March 24.) Continue Reading
It’s so much fun to be a part of it!
And, look what I received today (St. Patrick’s Day) from the 1st graders. #ILoveBeingaCatholicSister!!!!! <3
Weave the following activities into Center Time as part of other, more exciting fun. My students love them! Continue Reading