Found this today and am so excited to join in! Such great timing with what’s going on in our classroom right now, and also coincides closely with No-Name Calling Week that we are doing at school during that same time frame. Stay tuned for more soon, and be sure to drop by on February 3 as I speak out with many others against bullying!
I’ve been meaning to write this post for a long while now. Mostly because my kiddos are amazing bloggers now, and many of them have started their own personal blogs at home, inspired by what we’re learning in school. So here’s a list of blogs (some kid-created, some from teachers and some that are just inspiring to me) that I follow. Please feel free to check them out, read a bit, and leave a comment or two!
- Mrs. Bearden’s Class kidblogs–We’re online! Check us out. 🙂
- www.ixl.com–Great math games organized by grade level
- www.hoodamath.com–My kids love this one! They even do it at home (even when I don’t tell them to!)
- Robinson Elementary School–Ever wonder about the amazing place where I work?
- Jim and Blue Guy –Story of a cartoon character and his crazy life (Jared’s personal blog)
- Bill the Banana –Follow Bill the Banana on his crazy adventures (Colby’s personal blog)
- Hooked on Life —Find knitting patterns to make and love (Abigail’s personal blog)
- Cartoon and More–Crochet love (Kathryn’s personal blog)
- Calling all Clemson Fans–Biggest clemson fan ever! (Evan’s personal blog)
- Make It and Love It–I get so much inspiration here. I’ve tried so many of these great projects!
- Daily Daisy (and Caleb, Too!)–My friend Carrie shares pics of her amazingly cute kids
- Weelicious–Have a kid to feed? Or are you hungry for something wholesome and healthy? You’ll find something wonderful here. Believe me–I’ve tried it all!)
- Blogging Through the Fourth Dimension–I gotten so many great ideas and most of my blogging inspiration from Mrs. Ripp on her blog
- Picky Palate–Found some yummy, yummy stuff here. Haven’t tried much yet, but have it in my plan soon!
- A Math Dictionary–We use this all the time for math help. So organized and useful.
- I Heart Organizing–Just found this one the other day, but am so excited to read it and start organizing!
- Open the Door to B4–Our New Zealand friend, Mrs. McKenzie’s, blog in Reefton, NZ
Now as I get this far down my list I realize the thing I hate about making lists like this: I will inevitably leave someone out. So I’ll save those for the next list. When I remember the ones I forgot. 🙂
What links do you like? What websites or blogs to do you follow that you find useful and helpful, either in your personal life or your classroom? Share them with us!
We moved our “We’re Connected with the World Map“, remember? Well, in order to have space to do that, we had to move the class chart we had made during our punctuation study. Our class had the great idea of using our blinds to hand the chart, so we could see it more easily and refer to it during our conversations on the carpet. That is, indeed, the whole point of the chart anyway, but where I had decided to hang it did not facilitate that happening. Again–my kids had a great idea that I wish I had done in the first place! So now our smart thinking about punctuation hangs above our heads while we work and think together in our meeting space–right where it should be!