back to visit me or see me in a restaurant and say hey! It’s always funny
because they don’t know if they should call me Julie or Mrs. Faulkner. They
usually choose Mrs. Faulkner!
on my walls because I hate making bulletin boards. I’m even guilty of having a
cute activity planned but run out of time in class to do it, so I send it home
for extra credit just so I can hang it up!
those cork strips pictured where I hang student work up in the hallway? Here’s
how I did it to get a quick and cheap alternative to those expensive bulletin
board strips. Just get the square cork boards that in come in packs at the Dollar
General or Staples and cut them into strips. Hot glue them to the wall, and voilà!
You have instant cork strips for a couple of bucks.
or spelling error in my worksheets or lessons since one of my favorite things
is it to find them in the real-world!
my motto. Is it bad that when my students see me drinking a “red coke” they
know it’s been a bad day?
about teaching is creating lessons and activities that students enjoy and can
connect to. I love trying new teaching strategies or texts. I have a few texts that
I teach over and over each year, but I’m always rotating others in and out
because something in the class, news, or world inspires me to develop a
lesson. That keeps me busy, but I like not being stuck in a rut! See all my other goodies in my teacherspayteachers.com store!