Friday, November 14, 2014

Five for Friday: Starbucks Giveaway!!!


Woo Hoo! It's FRIDAY! I'm linking up at Doodle Bugs Teaching this week for:



We have been deep into electricity in our room. This week we took the time to explore static electricity. They are such fun activities I turned them into little mini-packs for anyone who wants them!


Static Electricity: A Hands-On Lab for Upper Grades







We have been tackling our research on inventors of the early 1900's. I am so impressed with the ones that have been turned in so far!

Historical Person of Interest: A Elementary Research Pack




It is getting colder and colder here in GA. I feel bad for my friends up North! But to help warm one of you awesome readers up, I have a giveaway going on yesterday's post. Click the picture below to go enter!





Last week, I got to spend the weekend up in the mountains of North Georgia on a lake with some amazing friends. It was WONDERFUL! Plus, I got to discover 2 new wineries with friends. The perfect way to spend a weekend.


Yep... accurate stock image right there!



I am looking forward to Super Bowl Weekend! Not for the game BUT because I will be attending this:

ga.gafesummit.com/2015

I am so excited to go!!! I'll be attending with several coworkers. It's going to be awesome!




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5 comments:

  1. I love your Historical Person project unit. Looks helpful for my ESL kiddos who need very concrete instructions. Thanks for sharing :)

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  2. Static electricity is the best! It's so fun to see how excited the kids get. I had to head over and enter your giveaway! Starbucks is the best.

    Kristin
    Teaching In A Nutshell

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  3. I love your Historical Person unit. I think my class would really enjoy that!
    I had to head over to your Starbucks giveaway. I'm a sucker for Starbucks. By the way, I'm your newest follower!
    http://thepositivelypolkadottedteacher.blogspot.com/

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    Jamie

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