About Me

Aloha!  I have been teaching for 24 years and have spent the last 18 of them in second grade.  I am so happy to be living in Hawaii and sharing my teaching adventures with you.

I am a single mama to two lovely daughters who are now 11 and 13,

I am originally from Colorado, received my Bachelors from the University of Northern Colorado, and my masters at UC Berkley.

I have taught in Mesa, Arizona, San Francisco, California and now on the island of Oahu.

Mahalo for stopping by and visiting my blog.  I am truly happy you did.




11 comments

  1. So Crazy! I have taught in Mesa, SF and Colorado and on the big island in HIlo! I feel like we HAD to have met somewhere in this crazy life!

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    1. Wow, maybe we have! What a small world :)

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  2. I was searching for beach bucks because I'm going to use theme as a behavior reward this year and your blog came up! I need to make something more kinder-ish (requires almost no independence). But anyway, I'm so glad I found your blog! I'm going to buy one of your paper packs right now! Can I please come teach with you!!! Looking at that beach...I'm so jealous!!! Love your blog!!

    Camp Kindergarten

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    1. Thank you so much Jody! Good luck on your Beach Bucks.

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  3. Hi! Wow how exciting- teaching in Hawaii!! I have never been there but we are going soon!! I just found your blog, I'm your newest follower!

    ✿Sue✿
    Science for Kids Blog

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  4. Hi there - love your blog!

    I'm coming from Australia to Waikiki tomorrow and was wondering if you could tell me any educational supply stores that I should visit?

    Stuff in America are a lot cheaper than here is Aus and I plan on stocking up!!

    Thanks Alex

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  5. Love your bright ideas. I'm a 2nd grade Spanish Immersion teacher. And may I just say, I love your name! I haven't actually met another Corinna yet, just online, and I've never met a fellow teacher! I saw your little surfboard logo that says, "Aloha Corinna" and wondered how your page knew my name!

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    1. Too funny! Yes, it is not very common and to find someone you has it spelled the same way is rare! Maybe it is a hispanic spelling. I was named after my aunt from Mexico ;) Thanks so much for stopping by my blog!

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  6. I love your blog. We lived on Oahu for a year and my boys miss their school there. Enjoy the island life, we miss it.

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Mahalo Nui Loa For Commenting!!

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