Monday, October 14, 2013

Monday Made It/Peek at My Week

Happy Monday! (Something you don't hear very often-but I have the day off and got to sleep in-so it truly is a happy Monday!)

Time for Monday Made It!
One of the big things that I made (and finished!) was this blanket.

A closer look at the edge:
I have to say...I'm not in love it it. I liked it when I started, but about halfway through I lost my interest.

One of the only reasons why it's finished is because I only had 1/3 to go, and I refused to start my Super Secret Christmas Project with 4 UFOs (Unfinished Objects).

So as soon as I was done, it got folded up and put in the linen closet for when guests come over-unless I find it a forever home.

Speaking of my Super Secret Christmas Project...here's a sneak peek!
Haha! I zoomed like crazy on that shot-and then cropped it even smaller. :) There's a reason it's Super Secret!

I also made a new set of glitter clips to hold up my anchor charts.
This time in blue and green!

I also remade my Inferences anchor chart-which we'll be continuing to practice this week!

Click on the picture to take you to the post where I showed how I teach inferences!
In addition to making inferences, we still have two days of this:
Both Math! 5th grade has 4 days left-they have 2 additional days of writing!

Next year we'll be doing Smarter Balance-so we'll see what happens with that!

Look how complete they are! Do you think I had a good chunk of time to work on them? ;)

Friday's Outfit



Sweater/Jeans: JCP
Shoes: Target

So even though it was kind of warm on Friday-It was cold in the school! I definitely dressed for the in-school weather-since most of the time is spent in there! I can suffer outside for the 20 minutes I spent out there on recess duty..

Enjoy your day! (especially if you have it off!!)

Smiles and Sunshine,
Kaitlyn

5 comments:

  1. My kids can make inferences with the best of them, they have such a hard time putting the process into words. It is the most complex simple process out there! So I totally love the blanket! I can't do that type of thing any more. My sister in law is good with her hands like that. I only wish! She made an afghan and teddy bear for my daughter to match her room. I still use it in my living room on the back of the recliner! So New England...I am convinced I was born to live there. Is it really as gorgeous as described this time of year? I am following you on bloglovin now! Its always good to have a fellow fourthie to follow :)

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  2. What a beautiful blanket! I had made a math inference scenario freebie and I plan on making packets for each grade level, but you know how long things take sometimes : ) Nice to see you on MMI.
    ~Lucy
    Kids Math Teacher

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  3. I always dress for the temperature inside the school. It can be 95 degrees outside in Florida and I'll still wear jeans, shoes, and long sleeves!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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  5. I am so glad I found another 4th grade blog! I love the name too!
    Pam
    Rockin Resources

    Rockin Resources Blog

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