I am beginning to smell the sweet aroma of Spring Break... yes folks... she is less than two weeks away now!
The past few weeks have been nothing short of crazy and packed full of traveling, working, creating, mom-life, wife-life, presenting, terminal illness in the family, and a little sleep here and there.
Last week I traveled down to Austin, Texas... where over 800 sweet Pre-K/Kindergarten teachers were waiting to attend the Texas PreK and Texas Kindergarten Conference with SDE.
This time was SUPER fun... because my teaching buddy came with me! Four hours in a car with another voice other than my own belting out country songs... was a nice change!
A sweet attendee snapped this picture of one of my sessions.... (Lori Johnson @ JungleInKinder)
And.... thank goodness my buddy Amanda came with me... cause geez..... I had to get my make & takes ready (for over 200 sweet teachers!)
I owe her BIG!
We also got to meet these SWEET and FABULOUS ladies.... who probably do not need any introduction....
So.... one of my sessions was all about managing groups and one of the sweet teachers in that session and I got to talking about our library stations...
Let's face it... the library station can be scary!
Our students are often left by themselves with a book (where the majority of the time they are quickly flipping through pages and doing anything BUT reading....)
I was sharing some of my activities and decided to put them into a little pack for YOU!
I wanted to have something for my students to actually do and dive into the text while engaged in their library station!
Here are the five sheets that you will find:
You can click HERE to grab these for FREE!
Save on paper and slip these into dry-erase sleeves and re-use daily!
Yes.... it's the week of the famous cat and other famous stories by the Doc himself!
Hopefully you can use these printables to spice up your library station and allow for more engagement!
Have a great week :)