I get a lot of questions about how I utilize my work task binders in my classroom. I love storing tasks in binders because they are not bulky, they are easy to organize, and they are easy to pull out at a moments notice when working with kids.
I have NO words to describe the excitement I have for my classroom make over. My classroom was starting to look a little "hodgepodge" from the slow remodel over the years. I made the scary decision to rip everything off my walls and start over.... and HERE GOES...Be sure to scroll to the bottom of this post for a video tour of my classroom!
There's no secret that Special Ed Teachers have a unique bond with one another. Over the years of blogging I feel like I have made so many friends because we, together, understand the challenges we face as special education teachers. To those not in our profession, it may seem like a scary or daunting job. For us, it's our passion.
I wanted to do something SUPER fun to celebrate my NEW BLOG. I know I might be biased, but aint it STINKIN' cute? I am BEYOND excited with the fresh, clean look! Let's all thank Erin Hagey from You Aut-A Know. She designed and installed it and I am forever grateful...because I have NO idea how to go about it! She also has her own Shop with THE cutest SPED gear. She has mugs, bags, shirts and tanks! I want EVERY one :) Check out her shop by clicking HERE.
I want you to explore my blog and all of the new features. To do so, we are going to have a little RIDDLE Scavenger Hunt. I am giving away 6 UNIQUE items from her shop. Each item has it's own Riddle and Rafflecopter entry. There is no limit, so enter all 6 if you want! I will announce all winners on Saturday, August 20th on my blog! Be sure to come back and check to see if you won!
We ALL spend countless hours prepping for our classroom. Join in on the fun and use the #spedprepsunday to share what your prepping that week. Enter the raffle below to win this cute #spedprepsunday tote bag to store all of your goodies!