Virtual Classroom: Bulletin Boards

DaVinci’s Classroom presents the Virtual Classroom

Submit your images here and we’ll share with zillions of educators.

We’re checking out the hallways for bulletin board ideas. The bulletin boards double as art and writing assignments. Send your images to terri@devokids.com

Who’s in the barn?

Mr. Big Fish

Spring Flower Stories

Thank you, Peggy, for contributing to DaVinci’s Classroom!

Submissions:  terri@devokids.com

Bulletin Board: Teachers…Visit the Virtual Classroom

The virtual classroom

Please enjoy your trip down the hallways of our virtual classroom. Why don’t you participate in DaVinci’s Classroom? Send images of your classroom to terri@devokids.com and I’ll post them here.  Share this site with your teaching friends. This is the go-to place for educators to learn from each other.  Save time and money…visit the virtual classroom:  www.davincisclassroom.wordpress.com!

Utilize the hallways for beauty and space.

(Remember to check the fire safety guidelines for your school.)

Bulletin Board: Teachers and Homeschoolers

Send you images to terri@terribkelly.com  on the web mid-October 2012.

Book Nook Calendar

Please visit my other blog:  www.davincisgallery.blogspot.com

Thanks…send me your classroom pictures.  terri@devokids.com.

Bulletin Board: Teachers and Parents

Reading:  If you’re interested in Lexile Information, link here.

Bulletin Board: Teachers

Here’s a math website for you.

Looks like they also have a blog.  I know teachers are always

on the lookout for new and improved.  Let me know what

what you think about this site and I can post more information

here for readers.  Have a lovely, lovely day!  DaVinci’s Teacher

www.devokids.com

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What do you search for during a library visit?

ElMonteLibraryInterior

If you’re studying for the SAT, The Grammar Guy offers free SAT test preparation for reading and writing.

elmontereadingroom

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NYC_publiclibary

New York City Public Library

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boston

Boston Public Library
You should see the interior!

If you live in Boston, please photograph and send DaVinci’s Classroom.

Days of Children Reading Books ‘are numbered’  Read the article here

                                                                            

Bulletin Board: Teachers, Writers, Mothers, Women..Everybody

Library

Fill in the blank:  You know you’re a ____________ because you love libraries.

ttp://content.lib.washington.edu

ttp://content.lib.washington.edu

DaVinci’s Classroom will feature libraries next week. Please take a picture of a library you love. Send a comment to me and I’ll reply, so we can post your favorite library.

I look forward to a glorious collection of library pictures next week, don’t you? Please participate. Thanks…..
My answer: You know you’re a teacher because you love libraries.

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Share-n-Tell

Hi Ladies, Gents, Teachers, Moms, Writers!

How are ya?  I’ve been thinking I know the signs of old age, although I can not reveal how I discovered them.    Here’s the top three. 

I know what you're thinking...another old age benefit.

I know what you're thinking...another old age benefit.

1.  Food lingers on the side of your mouth–you neither feel or notice.   And, NOBODY tells you there’s salad dressing on the side of your lip until you look through the rearview mirror two hours later.    Hm-m-m.  (Maybe your friends are getting old, too.)

2.  Staring out the window identifying birds.   Bird talk, to me as a twenty-something child, was an absolute hallmark of old people.  My grandparents held conversations over fried eggs about the wren building a nest in the bird house on the locust post.  (“Boring”…thought the twenty year old.)

My husband and I discuss the gorgeous finches and cardinals perched in our yard.  Fascinating.

3.  I can’t remember.  

What about you?  What’s the signs of old age for you and are any creeping into your life?   I heard Flax Seed helps, but they don’t sell it in barrels.

Have a great Friday.  Your kinda-old friend,  DaVinci’s Classroom 

Teachers:  How do you manage Show-n-Tell?  Do you require educational sharings?  Recently, I visited a class that laminates a Show-n-tell bag with directions on the front (laminated for durability).  The object has to fit into the bag and then goes into an assigned box in the classroom. (Kids have all week to bring in their sharing.)   Then, the teacher turns the sharing into an lesson writing sentences on chart paper about the sharing.   Good idea.