Mixed-up Days

"Then comes a Mixed-Up Day. And WHAM! I don't know who or what I am! But it all turns out all right, you see. And I go back to being...me." Dr. Seuss, My Many Colored Days

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I was getting bored with my regular “morning message” routine, and came across these magnetic spinners. I LOVE these things, and so do my students! There are so many different things you can do with them, so it makes our morning routine a bit more exciting now. They do need to be spun with a gentle hand, and my students had to practice a bit (and they still knock them off now and again), but they got the hang of it. I have been using them almost daily for weeks now, and it’s made a big difference in the level of engagement I’m seeing during our morning meetings.

Filed under first grade Teaching morning meeting vocabulary

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    *want*Where do I get me some of these?
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    WHERE DO YOU GET THESE?! *cough* sorry, overexcited, these are amazing! HOw did you come up with this idea?
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    I use these a lot in my K class. As much as the Smartboard is fun, they love these and it will become the preferred...
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