subbing fourth grade

It's a bit of a shift to go from high school to elementary but I'm enjoying my day so far... but ask me again at 3 oclock :) One girl during free writing time did, however, write a story about how cool/awesome/funny the substitute, Miss Carroll, is...so I suppose it's been a good day :)

The teacher I am sitting in for today is sick--stomach flu I believe-- and Mrs. Sandbulte, if you're reading this, I FORGOT HAND SANITIZER AT HOME!! I'm on her computer right now so if I wind up sick tomorrow, you all know what hit me.

This is short but I just wanted to update those of you on the edge of your seats waiting for the next post...I'm sure there are a few of you [at least, I have to think that in order to keep writing].

More will come but for now, I must pick up "my" students from lunch-- and choke down a sandwhich on the way! :)


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vzadventures said...

Wow Kelsey...fourth grade! I bet they are fun and challenging, all at the same time. I did my student teaching in 2nd grade and Kindergarten. I definitely think I'm much better with the 7 and under crowd. ;) Fourth grade would be fun though, because they can "get it" at that point.

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