Thursday, September 29, 2011

Thank you!

This week I had been praying and wondering if I wanted to continue my blog.  Just so many things had happened and I have really been feeling like maybe this wasn't  for me.  There has been so many things going on at my school and
I felt I wasn't giving a lot of time to my followers!

Then, I think I got my answer from emails and also from these special ladies that maybe I need to keep moving forward!  Wow! I got the I Heart Your Blog Award from 4 very special ladies!
This is a very special award because it comes from the heart!

You don't know how much I appreciate this award and all of your sweet and kind words.  Please visit these fantastic blogs that sent me their love!

                                                         Jody from Camp Kindergarten

                               Allison from Climbing the Monkey Bars!

           Rachelle from Life Is Sweet in Kindergarten

                                                      Laura from Kinder Kraziness



krazykindergarten said...

Pam, I hope you continue blogging!!!! I LOVE your blog!!!!!!! I think sometimes we are sooooo hard on ourselves and our expectations for ourselves become way bigger than they need to be. Don't be so hard on yourself. As one of your followers, you certainly haven't come EVEN CLOSE to letting me down...not by a LONG shot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Jennifer said...

Pam, this is a really rough year for so many of us. YOU ARE NOT ALONE. I just got off the phone with a girl friend who was nearly in tears because of all the stuff going on at her school. Hang in there and reach out to your blogger friends! We love you!

Rowdy in First Grade

Anonymous said...

I love your blog and know that I am not alone in hoping that you continue. It's been a stressful start to the year for me as well. Here's to better days ahead!

Rachelle said...

My names Rachelle :)

LOVE your blog.

Pam said...

I am so sorry.. Thank you for pointing out my mistake.... I need an intervention in reading my own handwriting! Thank you again... You are so sweet to nominate me for this award!

Pam said...

Thank you all for your kind words of encouragement. I love all of you! You are the best!

Louanne said...

Pam, please keep blogging -you share so many wonderful ideas... and it helps so many of us! This has probably been my toughest year ever - the few minutes that I use to look through blogs, see what others are up to... inspires me to be a better teacher and keep going...I do not share much and have not even figured out how to share documents... but you share so much!You are the best! :)
My Kindergarten Kids

Candace said...

I am a recent follower of your blog and I have gotten so many great ideas from you! I have been having a rough year too; change to full day kinder with 33 very rambunctious students! Needless to say, it has been a rough start. Getting a new idea from you makes me excited to have something new to try. I hope things get easier for you and I hope you keep on posting!

Kerri said...

I would be so sad if you stopped blogging. I love reading your blog and you leave me such great comments on my blog that I find so encouraging.

Mrs. Coe said...

I am so glad you contacted me today. I thought of you when I saw my kids working independently and choosing the right dice out of my dice box!
Don't give it up!

joy365 said...

I am an ECE programming student, and need answers to these questions please email me your answers A.S.A.P. if you don't email is:

How do you form your lesson plans?

What subjects and concepts do you cover?

Do you teach anything above or below this grade level in this class/ working ahead/ or progressing faster?

Are there many students above target, what do these children do how are they being challenged or learning something new, do you adapt lessons for individual children to meet their needs, give an example even in previous years?

What type of activities or methods do you use in your teaching to teach the concepts? Like an example of everything done in one day would be fine or on a weekly base, please explain for each subject.

Please send me an example lesson plan along with your classroom schedule.

What curriculum or method do you use for each subject?

How do you teach physical, emotional, and social development, do and how do you teach everyday life skills?

When implementing a lesson plan how often do things change and not go as planned? How often do you get behind or not finish a lesson as expected/ what causes these delays/ what do you do about it?

What is the hardest thing about teaching?

What do you like the most and least about teaching?

Madison said...

I'm so glad you decided to keep your blog going. I love reading it. Thanks for sharing your great ideas. You are one of my favorite blogs to read. I know you already received this award but I could not leave you off my list.
I think you are a versatile blogger!

Rebecca said...

I, too, am glad you decided to stay! I just started blogging this month and and I just found you!! I am sending lots of love your way. I had a rough year a few years ago and it can really wipe you out. Just remember we all love you in cyber land! We all have your back!
Remember...there is only Love...;)

Teaching First

Julie said...

Hi - I am new to blogging and I stumbled upon yours and I must say THANK YOU!!!! You are awesome!

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