I am diligently working to get this party started! A year ago I dove into the world of blogging after months of wanting to become a "blogger" and it finally happened! After one year of blogging, I want to celebrate the whole month with giveaways! This is how it will work: I will have three major giveaways. Entries will be open all month long, and winners will be announced on Tuesday, June ... Read More about TCHR888 1st Blogaversary and Month Giveaways
I'm finally getting around to accepting and answering questions for the Liebster Award I received! The Liebster Award is a way for newer bloggers, who have less than 200 followers and great content, to link up, meet other bloggers and share a little about themselves! I was nominated by Yukari from A Pinch of Kinder. Thank you so much Yukari! I am so flattered to be chosen by you! ... Read More about Liebster Award
As our day came to an end and were getting ready to go home, one of my student’s asked me; “Mrs. Bryant, are you RICH?” I chuckled and handed her, her snack and I said, “No, why do you ask?” When I looked into her eyes, something in my spirit nudged me and I quickly changed my response to, “Wait, NO I AM, I AM the richest person in this school building, because you are my student!” She must ... Read More about Mrs. Bryant are you Rich?…Am I Rich?
My blog has been collecting tiny little spiderwebs because I have been a busy bee! Here goes my busy bee story. A couple of days ago a new market place for teachers, homeschooling, parents, and educators launched a new storefront where you can find amazing deals, products, and resources, at discounted prices! IN THE PAST this new marketplace only offered deals that lasted a couple of days, then ... Read More about Educents Marketplace
I'm writing this post today because I want to give you a different perspective about reading in kindergarten. I have been reading articles, reports, and posts on how reading expectations aligned to Common Core ELA Standards are not developmentally appropriate for children in kindergarten. Although there are theories, research, and reports, that state 5 year old' are not cognitively or ... Read More about Reading and Kindergarten Part 1: Why I Know Reading is Possible!