Ouch! Poor Student! & A contest!


Hi, thanks for joining me!
 
You came at a perfect time because

I'm having my first Giveaway!

The contest is super easy and fun. 
 
Simply follow this blog and leave me

your email address

 in the comments section on this post.   

That way I can
 
email you this printing unit if you are
 
chosen by the random sampler!
  
Contest Ends Friday.
 
Good Luck and may the "force" be with you.
 
 
Star wars new cover pub 111

 
Sample Pages

 
So here's a little story from my
 
corner of the playground.

Our classroom doors have special piano hinges. 
 
This makes it impossible for a child to get

their fingers caught in the door. 
 
Their fingers, but not their arm. 

Yep !

 It happened today.

One of my little guys was pestering another child.
 
Like BIG time making her nuts…
 
on purpose….
 
So I asked him to wait for me

by the card chart, next to the door, so we could

quietly discuss life, sports,

and not bugging other children.

While he is over there, another child
 
leaves to got potty.

Would you be surprised to hear that

then  15 kids leave to go potty?



Now I have a revolving door.
 

 
But then I hear screaming!
 

 
So, I rush over.


 
Instantly, I know what has happened.

He is frozen in place, screaming, and the door

is shut on his arm!!!!
 
We cried together and  I sent him to get ice. 


 The child comes back.

  He's all better.
 

He goes skipping out recess, and promptly

bites another child!

 Not a little nibble. He draws BLOOD.
 
Yes.
 
BLOOD!

Fast forward to the end of the day,

and on his behavior contract
 
 I mention all the behaviors of the day,

but, friends,

 I forgot to mention his boo-boo!!!!

I KNOW!

I can't believe I forgot!
 
I don’t know how it slipped my mind. 


 I mean I know biting is a HUGE deal,
 
but so is getting your


poor baby arm pinched in the door.
 
I can't call the parents, because it is 10:26pm.

So I am telling you. 

 I feel better knowing that you know.

I'll call them at 7:00am. 

Thanks for listening.

Since you took all that time to listen,

I have a little freebie for you.

It's my

Brown Bear Student Book called,

First Grader, First Grader

What Do You See?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

You can head on over to TpT an download this
 
Brown Bear Book for the

grade level of your choice.
 
Kinder, First, and Second are waiting

for you!
 
 
More feebies coming.

This weekend I'm learning to

 
use Google Docs!
 
So excited!

Take a second to enter the drawing because
I know you’ll love the printing unit.
If you want to check out the unit more closely,

 then look under “printing” in the labels section.

Or if you want to just buy it for $8, then
“BUY" all means head over to

TpT



 
 
 
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Katie Knight
16 Comments

16 comments:

  1. Your printing unit looks adorable but I especially live your story...only because I have done the same thing! Hard to remember those incidents when you can only picture all the trouble they caused throughout the day
    Mandmyoung(at)chartermi(dot)net

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  2. Just found your blog and I am so glad I did! Your little story just cracked me up!Lattes and Laughter

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  3. What a story! We all have days like that!
    And your printing unit is so adorable. Love the Star Wars theme!

    Stef @ Miss Galvin Learns
    galvin.stefanie.s@edumail.vic.gov.au

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  4. Your story was great! It makes me realize I am not the only one with days like that! Your Star Wars printing pack would be amazing for my firsties this year! I have so many students that need help with their handwriting!

    kubertte@gmail.com

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  5. It has happened to the best of us! I have spent several sleepless nights worrying about things that I have forgotten to tell parents. It all works out in the end...
    Kirsty
    littlelearners101@gmail.com

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  6. your printing unit is just what I'm looking for!

    Michelle
    gimichee@yahoo.com

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  7. This looks like a fun unit!

    jessburkhart@gmail.com

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  8. I just printed out your first grade freebie. I teach writing k-4, and the kids love this story! It should be a lot of fun!

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  9. We so can relate to the domino effect! It's like the game wack-a-mole! Hope that it's a better day with less bites!

    ~Christy & Tammy
    Fluttering Through First Grade

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  10. I am following your blog. I would love a copy of your unit.

    Shelly
    projectqn@tx.rr.com

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  11. I would love to win the printing unit from your TPT store.

    Teresa
    tmburgess@roaneschools.com

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  12. This is great! I am your newest follower:)

    Jessica
    Learn, Play & Have Fun

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  13. Well, I was so excited I forgot to add my email address...

    Jessica
    spencerjb0711@gmail.com
    Learn, Play & Have Fun

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  14. That sounds like something that would happen to me!
    lappb@landmarkacademy.net

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  15. This unit looks wonderful! I am a new follower!
    kwelnicke@hotmail.com

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  16. Gee, I guess I am too late, but I am a new follower! Your printing unit looks great!

    kellybrown28021@gmail.com

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