Sorry it has been a few days since my last post! I have had a busy past few days....daughter's dance recital, son's band concert, setting up the Christmas tree, a full day of Christmas shopping, faculty meetings, professional development day at school, parent/teacher conferences, report card assessments and a teacher of the year reception. I am feeling like this cute little kitty who is looking a bit overwhelmed and not sure how to get out of this unfortunate situation. Maybe it's the holidays....maybe it is all the activities and all the responsibilities....I am not quite sure but I hope I look as half as cute as this kitty when I am frazzled!
But I do have some good news! Marlana over at Lil' Country Kindergarten has offered to help me with creating my button. Hopefully I will have that up and working here real soon. It was so nice for her to offer to help little ole' me. It is so nice knowing that there are wonderful people out there in the blogging community! I feel like I am meeting new friends.
Also, I was so excited when I logged on and found out that I was up to 10 followers. Wow! I know that isn't much to many of you out there who have hundreds of followers, but that is AWESOME to me! After all, you have to start out small...
Anyway...I sure am having fun with this Elf on the Shelf dude, ours is referred to as Elfie. He seems to be helping a bit with my little ones. I just love when he leaves little notes on the tables of the "good ones" to let them know what Santa really likes! The notes seem to be reinforcing those positive behaviors that we want to see happening in the classroom and, thankfully, for me I am seeing them happen more and more often each day.
Now I am just wishing that Elfie could stay a little while longer. Why does he have to leave! So...my brain is thinking of another character that could stay longer....you know...like a stuffed animal that maybe Santa could bring to my class as a gift...also as a helper who could "report back to Santa " every so often and leave positive notes around to continue to reinforce the correct behavior.
Let me know what you think? Or...maybe you have a better idea!
Thanks for reading my blog and making me feel special!