An Anchor, a Tip... Five for Friday!

Friday is here again!  On Monday, it seems so far... but now that it's here, it seems like it came so quickly!  But enough rambling :)  Time to link up with Five for Friday!

Girl inspired by Scrappin Doodles!
Today my kiddos and I continued our discussion about weather... specifically, we talked about the people who study & predict it.  We made this anchor chart so we don't forget what we learned!  I did make a sloppy copy first, and then stayed after school {like a looney toon on a Friday} to pretty it up!  I can't wait for my littles to see the new, completed version on Monday.  They saw me starting to draw it during my prep period and they were VERY interested :)

We also worked on a simple writing craft as part of Fun Friday.  This was my sample... I'm lucky to have a great class! :)

Earlier this week, I put up a March bulletin board using last week's Fun Friday projects.  Usually Michelle helps, but the poor girl has no preps on Monday's!   The rest of these cuties are hanging up along the wall outside our classrooms.

Here's a closer look at one of my leapin' leprechauns:
To catch a leprechaun I would leave a trail of green apple punch and get the gold.  My little friend here also informed me that leprechauns like to drink whiskey... I thought it best to leave that part OFF of the writing prompt :)

Back to weather... Sometimes I have so many books that I want to display {for holidays, themes, etc.} that I run out of room on my magnetic display shelves.  My solution: magnet men! They're super strong, and are perfect for holding up floppy books on any magnetic surface!

And last but not least:  Today it SNOWED.  Everything was covered in about 4 inches of snow when I woke up, and it was still coming down throughout the day.  We did have school, so I made my way outside with my beloved cupcake umbrella!  It's a clear bubble umbrella with little cupcakes all over it.  LOVE!  Almost makes being outside in the snow/rain a little more bearable :)

That's it for my Five!  Be sure to link up and/or check out the others!! :)
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20 comments

Mrs. Sheehan said...

Love the anchor chart! I wish my anchor charts looked this cute :)
Maribel
Learning In Wonderland

Sarah Hankinson said...

What a great idea to put books with magnet men on something else! Will have to try that!

LOVE your umbrella. Where did you find it?

Sarah
smbhankinson@gmail.com
Learning is for Superstars
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Natalie said...

Jealous of your snow!

Natalie
Teachery Tidbits

Kim said...

Love your post! Your anchor chart is adorable and so is your cupcake umbrella! I have a zebra striped umbrella naturally! :) Have a great weekend!
Kim

Tania said...

I have a few magnet men, and you are not kidding. They are strong dudes :)
tania
My Second Sense

Jessica Lawler said...

What a BEAUTIFUL anchor chart - I LOVE teaching about weather. I think it's fascinating - and the kiddos love being little meteorologists :)

Your umbrella is too cute - we got tons of snow today today, but I chose to run like crazy through the snow rather than walk gracefully under a nice umbrella :)

~Jessica
Joy in the Journey

Reagan Tunstall said...

If it snowed even a flake here we would have an all out revolt! I can't believe you had to go to school in the snow!

Lovely Nina said...

Such a cute anchor chart!
Kids say the funniest things--I love how you said "I thought it best to leave that part off" hehehehe :)

Molly said...

I love your anchor chart! I wish I could draw more than a stick person!

Molly
Lucky to Be in First

Miss Cosby said...

In a preview I saw that cute umbrella and I was going to comment and say that your student had the cutest umbrella! Then, I read the post and found out it was your and I loved it even more. :)

Great anchor chart! Right now I couldn't teach about weather...I think my kids only remember indoor recesses, lol.


Brenda
You Might Be a First Grader...

Miss Squirrels said...

Love your leprechauns! And I have seen those little magnet guys before, but I had no idea they were so strong!!!
Must.get.some!
Anchor chart is adorable too!
Squirrels
Going Nutty!
misssquirrels@yahoo.com

Elizabeth said...

We made the cute leprechauns last year and they were adorable! I'm making them with my class this year on Monday :) Can't wait! I love your cupcake umbrella!!

Three Chicks & One Egg said...

Thanks for the inspiration! Can't wait to try these ideas out. I can see my daughters' saying Captain Morgan as they like the commercial and use that phrase fairly often not realizing exactly what it is.

We got just under 2 feet of snow this past Monday! It broke a record for our nearest town. Public school was cancelled for 3 days to get all the school bus routes and town cleared out! We homeschool so it was school like normal around here, but my kids were just as happy because they had lots of time to play outdoors as well!

Have a great weekend!

Ramon Abajo said...

Great weather here in So Cali.

Best,
Ramon
Fonts 4 Teachers
Fonts 4 Teachers in TPT

Danielle said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. I love your anchor chart!!! I need to work on my chart-making skills.

Danielle
Carolina Teacher

Mrs. Lindsey said...

Your anchor chart is so cute!

Lindsey
Lovin’ Kindergarten

Heather's Heart said...

I love that leprechaun! You always leave me saying "Awww, that is so cute!" =)

Those magnet men ROCK.

Heather
Heather's Heart

Janaye said...

Cute!!

Janaye
Tales of Frogs and Cupcakes

Mrs. Leeby said...

You are so talented! And I LOVE that umbrella!

Irene

Learning With Mrs. Leeby

Terri Paulson-Sasaki said...

Your leprechauns are so cute.

Terri
The First Grade Princess

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