As stated in a few prior posts, I don't have anything in my TpT store that I wouldn't and haven't used in my own classroom. Everything I make is for my students, then shared.
I guess I'm taking advantage of this magical "free time" before I start a family to create these timeless, rigorous activities for and with my students.
I'm only in 2 college classes and my boyfriend has an odd work schedule, so it works out in my students' favor. I'm not very good at relaxing. I'm great at watching Netflix, don't get me wrong, but I feel like I need to be doing something else too. Good thing I can type without looking at the keys!
My students used 2 of our centers this week.
The first is our new Tiger Rising center:
They were quizzing each other on the characters in the novel based on descriptions from the text. It's a great way to compare and contrast characters!
The second is our map sort center:
We used this as a small group review before we took our science test today on types of maps. Technically, this is a science & social studies hybrid assessment (geography) but students had to create topographic maps, so it ties in with landforms as well!
(Yes, it's pink. That's normal for my classroom :) )
Just some snap shots of our collaborative learning this week!