I promised some Coachzilla pics, so here goes. Definitely not flattering, but the kids love when I turn into Coachzilla. Coachzilla is a nickname a friend and coworker gave me a couple years ago. I am the person that gets these
Anyway, this year my kiddos needed some positive motivation, so Coachzilla showed up at school one day and now is a regular visitor to our classroom. What crazy and embarrassing things do you find yourself doing for the sake of your students? (Someday if the magical people in blogland are lucky, or maybe unlucky, I'll post pics of myself doing my signature dance moves during a brain break. Oh, the envy you will have! :)
|"Let's Go! Let's Go! You can DOOOO it!!!"|
**To My Staff Friends- Thanks to my co-Proctor for stepping up and stepping into a skirt. No names, but he was a good sport and someday might get to pass the Coachzilla-in-Training test!**
Have I every mentioned how much I love Pinterest? Here is a fun activity we did the last 5 minutes of school during NEA's Read Across America. Half an Oreo, vanilla frosting, and red Gummiesavers: a combination that sounds horrible, but makes fun Cat in the Hat hats! After all the continuous hard work my students have put in everyday, this was a welcome activity. In fact several students even stayed late to make hats for siblings. You know it is a hit when kids are willing to stay late on a Friday!
Click here for the link to the original idea! Fancy Frugal Life had this great craft!
Well, laundry still needs folded, so this is it for me tonight. However, an FYI to my sports ladies from Coachzilla: Parks and Rec has adult kickball this summer-who's in?? I WILL be calling YOU!
Ok I can't resist...