On the tenth day of Christmas it was "Back to
School" for me.
Twas the first day back from break and our
class was missing one student. The staff
returned rested (?) and ready to go (?)
We spent some time talking about what
each of us did on our break, the most exciting
news was that one of the boy's Mom had her
We moved on to snack and then listened to some snow themed stories. After story time
we were ready for indoor recess and computer
time. NO academics today. Everyone was quiet
and that was nice for the first day back.
At last it was time for lunch, off to the
cafeteria we went, two students bring their
lunch and the rest buy theirs. Today's entree
choices were Pizza or Meatball sandwich.
Oh, which one to pick? Pizza was the entree
of choce for those buying.
After lunch we have a little quiet time with
activities at our desks--puzzles, games, books
drawing etc. Our favorite Speech Pathologist---
Mr. Nick comes today to work one on one and
in a group with the students.
Afternoon snack is on tap next and then we have
more recess. Before we know it, it's time for
the buses. Backpacks are packed and we bundle
up in our coats gloves and hats, out the door in the
cold we go to the buses. I hear them exclaim
as they get on the buses "Bye, see you tomorrow"
"Yes, see you tomorrow" as I turn to go back in
I see the buses ride out of sight!!!!!
~Keep on Dreaming~
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Glad you had a nice day back and everyone was calm! Hope it stays that way all week!ReplyDelete
We all know in a Special Ed classroom that quiet is good. It always seemed we had to start all over again after the long weekend breaks. Heck, weekends were hard on the kiddos!ReplyDelete
Have a great day you Special Teacher,you!
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