incorporate these into my phonics word wall and discuss words that are decodable in order to reinforce word attack skills. My students have always been taught sight reading so don't have decoding skills. Very limiting!!
I would like to tell you that this post is coming from a place of well earned wisdom but the reality is — I’m in the thick of it. A little over four weeks ago I took the biggest leap of my life. I opted out of my 18 year corporate career and said “HELL YE
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In the past year, I have transitioned from working with kids every day to an office life. When I was working at the camp, I was constantly moving and on my feet. Now that I have more time to myself, I think it is important to find ways to disconnect with the internet, get an early start, and live a simple life.