My Week In Pictures

Aloha Friday!! Whoo hoo, my favorite day of the week! Just got home from a quick surf and my house is quiet and pleasant.  

Hubby on the computer watching a surf contest, and my daughters are both on iPads playing games, so I have some time to write up a quick post.

We have one more week before Spring Break! I am excited, but I have sooo much to do next week.

I just got an email from my principal telling, reminding me that I need to schedule a pre-conference with her before the 15th.  Whoops, guess I missed the memo on that one. So this weekend I need to decide what lesson I want to be observed on in April.

Now on to the fun stuff!  It's Friday so I am happy to link up again with Kacey over at Doodle Bugs for her Five for Friday.



We have some wonderful Pen Pals in Canada and my kids have been working hard on writing back to them before we head out to Spring Break.


It has been raining a lot, but the last few days have been really beautiful and sunny.  These flowers were blooming in my front yard, along with my roses, hibiscus and plumeria.


We learned about the colors of the rainbow and why we see rainbows. Then we made our own.



Lunch in my classroom today with some rascally, but sweet boys.


Spelling Test today and I was so excited to see how far these little guys have come since the beginning of the year.  All 3 of these students have struggled with spelling and writing.  The one on the left passed our Pre-Test on Monday and had the challenge list this week.  I am so proud of him!!


Finally, me staring out my classroom window at the beautiful ocean beckoning me to leave school as soon as possible to get in it!!

I had a heck of a lot more pictures this week, but I will save them for next week;)  I hope your weekend is fabulous!! Don't forget to link up and share your Five for Friday!




12 comments

  1. I have one of those e-mails waiting for me in my inbox. I hate scheduling that!

    Sounds like you have a great weekend ahead of you! Enjoy!

    Jenny
    Suntans and Lesson Plans

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    1. Lol, thanks Jenny! Glad I am not alone;)

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  2. That's sooo nice that you can pick your lesson for your observation. I'm told the week that my principal is coming and... SURPRISE!! She comes in every few weeks or so for walk throughs, so we're kind of used to it.

    I'm jealous of your flowers... We have about 8 inches of snow :( I'm ready for spring!

    Angela :)
    Hippo Hooray for Second Grade!

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    1. Angela I grew up in Colorado so I know what those long winters can be like! Wow, your admin keeps you on your toes. I rarely see mine!

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    2. How blessed you are, Corinna, to live in such a beautiful place!!

      Jill
      a-little-red-wagon

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  3. Beautiful pictures! My school is less than 10 miles from our beach. Can't see it from my window (boohoo). The flowers are gorgeous!! My favorite flower is hibiscus. Just started growing plumeria last summer. Our little branch bloomed once. The flowers were so pretty! I have to schedule my observation too! After 20+ years it still makes me nervous. Your boys look fun!! Have a great weekend!!
    Gina
    Beach Sand and Lesson Plans

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  4. Ohhh,to be able to look out your classroom window and see something so beautiful! I look out mine and see the bus loop!!! I'm so jealous. Good luck with your observation!

    Karen
    An Apple a Day in First Grade

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  5. I have an ocean view from my classroom in San Francisco and I LOVE it!! Although, your ocean view in Hawaii looks a little nicer than mine. Seriously, am I really complaining about my ocean view?! :)

    Those friendly letters look great! Pen pals are so much fun.

    Heather
    All the Dots

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  6. Wow! Your view is beautiful! I look out my window and see snow and a parking lot! Love the rainbows your kiddos painted.

    Tracey
    Third Grade All Stars

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  7. The view.....the view....I can't get over that !!!!!! So beautiful......still a pile of snow outside my window. But it did reach just over 40 degrees today :) The penpal letters look so cute, wait til I show the kids the post....Evan and Mel are famous !!!! Have a great weekend....I am loving the start of my Break, a whole week to read, relax, sleep in......

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    1. Thanks Diane, I am very lucky :) The kids are so excited to send these out:) Hopefully in the mail soon!! So sorry its so cold still. Spring is coming! Enjoy your break:)

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  8. Sooo jealous of where your school is located!! You have the best view.

    Angelia
    Extra Special Teaching

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Mahalo Nui Loa For Commenting!!

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