Hello! Happy Monday! I am linking up with Denise from Sunny Days in Second Grade for a little "My Truth Monday". Click the button above to read more or to join in on the fun! Today's topic is Becoming a Teacher. My journey is a simple one. It's all I ever wanted to do and with the help of a couple very memorable teachers and the support of truly awesome parents, my dream came true. Here's my story...
So, I have to give a shout-out to all the other teachers out there! You never know how much influence you are having on your students. I always wanted to be the happy, fun teacher that these two teachers were for me. I wanted to be JUST LIKE THEM! I can only hope that I am half the teacher that these ladies were for me. The neat twist to this story is that I still live in the same town, so I see these two ladies on a regular basis. I still love them as much as I did in 2nd/3rd grade. Get this: one of these ladies even substituted in my classroom last year - wow! Isn't that the coolest?! :)
Now head on over to Sunny Days in Second Grade and link up for more fun stories about becoming a teacher!
While you are here, I wanted to make sure you knew about my latest seasonal product and a favorite among many of my fans from last year at this time. Click the pictures below to check them out in my TeachersPayTeachers Store.
My Newest Product:
Includes 5 Common Core-Aligned Math Centers
Includes 5 Common Core-Aligned ELA Centers
AND for your convenience.... Printer-Friendly Versions of ALL the task cards to save on ink.
Also one of my best-sellers from last year at this time:
Includes ALL 3 types of Common Core Writing PLUS Shared Research Writing
I am currently working on Thanksgiving ELA Printables like my Halloween ELA Printables pack I created last month. Stay tuned on my Facebook Fan Page or Instagram for them to be posted!
I hope you guys enjoyed taking a peek into my journey to becoming a teacher. Even more of a dream come true is this journey to becoming a TPT teacher-author. Now I'm helping others who are in the classroom to make lasting memories for their students. Who could ask for more?