Monday, February 20, 2012

The End of the LONG Weekend

I think I managed to get to about 90% of what I wanted to accomplish this weekend. I think that is pretty good considering I was useless the first two days of our little break. Unfortunately I didn't get to my craft, but it is on the books for tomorrow night (fingers crossed). Thanks to my hubby, who kept my little one busy this evening, I got some of the "boring" things done. This is what my workspace looked like, I'm sure you are pretty familiar with it!

Oh yeah don't be jealous of my stacks :) The HUGE binder (I am going to have to get a second one) contains all my student's information: DRA/Rigby, Fluency report, Writings w/ rubric, Reading/Writing Communication Reports, and so on. To me it's a little easier to have everything at my fingers...instead of in a file. This way if I have a SST, Kid Talk or whatever you want to call it, even a conference I just grab my HUGE binder. Did I mention I LOVE binders, and sheet protectors!??!?!?!

I almost forgot...I have made this worksheet, that goes with a free newpaper we receive in Gwinnett County. BUT you can access the issue on their website!!! ( You can even project the articles if you would like. So here is a little freebie for you. ENJOY. Keep an eye out, I am working on this month's edition, I'll post it as soon as I can, along with the link.


ActiveFingers said...

Ooo, pretty binder! I forget about using page protectors. I used to use them when I would accompany but then got away from them. I am in the process of making to do lists and making a more organized binder for my show choir. I should make a list binder :)

Kate said...

I love a good organizational binder!

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Buggy for First Grade said...

WOW!! So organized...Love it!!
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