Whatcha Been Up To?

Hey guys, how’s it going?
I have had a very eventful week, and I know that you have as well!!
All of last week was just blah, blah, blah!!!
It was rainy and freezing all week, and then Thursday, BAM!!
It snowed!! So, we ended up getting out early, and then we had a late
start on Friday morning, and there were a lot of kiddos absent, let me tell ya.
So, last week we were doing a few things, I apologize for the pics, I just *knew* 
that I took more. Where they went to, is anyone’s guess!!
We were doing penguins for our unit, and I was so sad that we didn’t get to finish them…
I promise we’ll finish up tomorrow and I will show you all of what we’ve been doing then. 
Over the past few weeks, I have been updating some of my earlier units….
you know, the ones that I created when I didn’t really know what I was doing, lol!!!
I updated my Black History Unit,
my Very Hungry Caterpillar unit,
and it feels like forever, but I’ve been working on literacy centers for Valentine’s Day!!!
So, I’ve got a lot to do this week, including completing our penguin unit,
MLK, and we’re also celebrating the 100th day!!!
I have a feeling that I’m going to be really tired this week!!!
Leave a comment below about what you’ll be teaching this week, and I’m going to pick 

a few winners to receive my Cupid is in the Air pack!!

Good luck!!!!
Thanks guys, the contest is over!!

The winners are Cherie, Jennifer, Erin & Karyn!!! Congrats!!
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