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Monday, March 26, 2012

April Fools' FREEBIE

It's about time, teachers, for April Fools' Day.  Are you bummed that it's not on a school day? Never fear, it will be on Monday next year to start the week off on a celebratory note.  In the meantime, enjoy an April Fools' poem and some teaching suggestions to go with it. 






If you like this poem and the teaching possibilities that accompany it, you may like my product, Poetry Possibilities for Spring.  The poem above comes from that unit.


You can find it at my TpT Store or in my TN Shop.

You can find many more spring units at Mrs. Lirette's Learning Detectives' linky party.


Check it out!  You'll be glad you did.

Many, many thanks to Heather at Beg Borrow & Teach for giving me the One Lovely Blog Award.  You have made this newbie blogger feel very special!  



The rules for this award are to:

  1. Link back to the blogger who gave you the award.  
  2. Pass the award on to 15 other lovely bloggers.
  3. Follow the person who sent it to you.
If you haven't discovered Heather's blog, go there now.  Her blog title surely speaks to teachers everywhere.  We're all beggars, borrowers & underpaid teachers.   (I only crossed out the "underpaid" to be p.c.)   Her blog is filled with wonderful ideas and, right now, she is offering a FREE Reading Comprehension bookmark. 


It gives me pleasure to pass this award on to:
  1. Ms Emily @  My Crazy Life in Kindergarten
  2. Delighted @ First Grade Delight
  3. Ashlyn @ The Creative Classroom
  4. Roaming Around 4th Grade
  5. Katie @ Queen of the First Grade Jungle
  6. Wendy @ One Happy Teacher
  7. Katherine @ Third Grade Teacher Files
  8. Ms Winstead @ Fabulous Fourth Grade
  9. Mark Lyons @ readingwarmupsandmore
  10. Susan Hardin @ 3rd Grade Grapevine
  11. Mrs. K @ The Teacher Garden
  12. HoJo @ HoJos Teaching Adventure
  13. Mary Bauer @ The Artistry of Education
  14. Mrs. McCumbee @ Mrs. McCumbee's Class
  15. Felicia @ Adventures in Teaching: Learning as I Go
Many of these blogs are new, like mine.  Do them a favor and check them out.  They represent a treasure trove of new ideas.





8 comments:

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    1. You're welcome, Mrs. K. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  2. I just found your blog and I'm your newest follower. Stop by and visit me when you get a chance.

    Pamela
    First Class Teacher

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    1. Hi Pamela -- I'm so pleased to have you join my little family. Please come back soon.
      I'll be right over to check out your blog.

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  3. Hi I am Lily and I really like your blog it is very immpresive I would love if you would see mine too its at
    http://lilz.edublogs.org/
    see you soon, Lily.

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    1. So glad you found me Lily. I'll be over to check out your blog soon.

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  4. Love the April Fools poem! Thanks for sharing! I'm a new follower : )
    Bethany

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    1. I'm so glad you are here, Bethany. Please come back often, especially if you like poetry. I'm kind of a poetry nut.

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