We are about to play Rummy. Nathan shuffles. I deal. 7 cards each. We are going for two pair and a run. I put down a 3 of spades. Nathan picks it up. Discards another. Nathan proceeds to put down … Continue reading May the odds be ever in your favor (71/365) #blogaday MARCH SOL 15/31
For starters, today is the 50th day of blogging!! Last night I was playing a Nancy Drew game on my tablet and there was a difficult strategy part in order to unlock the next level. There were different gears that … Continue reading Games get me going (50/365) #blogaday
I’ve realized that my students enjoy playing bingo and there are many different versions for practicing concepts. We have played number bingo, shapes/color bingo, and I did rhyming bingo with older students. Something about being able to find what the … Continue reading Playing Bingo as Practice (27/365) #blogaday
I have noticed as a teacher that some games and songs that I knew as a kid are still relevant to kids today. This is surprising … Continue reading What happened to SKIPPING generations? (DAY 20/31 March SOL)
Instead of going to school today, I attended a professional development session on incorporating games into the learning experience. It was very informative and fun! A game that I could really see myself using was called “Picture Talk” – one … Continue reading Work Wednesday: What a GAME-changer!
I know the March SOL has finished since it is now April, BUT I started 8 days late into the challenge of blogging for 31 days. So I want to complete my 31 straight days on my own! This is … Continue reading Friendships *Finishing March SOL..day 3/8 left*
(In tune of “Where, oh where, has my little dog gone?” – been around toddlers in the afternoons!) Where, oh where, has my memory gone? Oh where, oh where, can it be? With my childhood fun and important events Where, oh where, … Continue reading Memory Mischief DAY 11/31 March SOL