As a middle school teacher, there are many moments to reflect upon. This blog will be a place to reflect upon all of those moments (and more)!
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Thanks to Jen and Lindy!
I keep trying to redo my logo for my TPT store, but I'm not the most creative :( I decided to start with a font change yesterday, so thanks to Jen at Cupcakes-N-Curriculum for the JG Alphadot font I used in the logo on the right! When I fill out my Student of the Month certificates, I always write the info on the certificates in this style, so I thought it was perfect for me:)
I am also loving the Scruffy Wavy frames by Lindy Du Plessis, so today I decided to use one for my logo, and then I went ahead and changed by colors too:)
Exponents Color by Number For most of my school life as a student (and even as an adult, during PD), I have really liked doodling! During lectures, discussions...it would help me focus, but also give me something to make me look busy, so I wouldn't get called on in class! I always hated being called on and almost never participated voluntarily:) I liked to draw cubes, rectangles, squiggly lines, etc, and color in different parts of the doodles. Download this freebie:-) I really wanted to make some color by number activities. Since I am not good at creating actual pictures, I decided to make my color by numbers similar to my random drawing/doodling. My Exponent Color by Number is most similar to my past doodles, but I thought it was a little too random, so I started using actual shapes. The Integer Operations Color by Number (freebie), as well as most of my other color by numbers are more structured, but so much fun for me to make! Computerized doodling! Anyone else