Friday, June 19, 2015

Disneyland for the 60th

Took  quick 1 day trip to Disneyland to check out the 60th Anniversary awesomeness. Here are some photos from my magical day. I'll be going back sometime in July for at least 2 days. Can't wait for more Disney magic.

Main Street USA

Made it!

The Wildest Ride in the Wilderness

The Castle

The Castle

One of the new Main Street window displays. They have Peter Pan and Cinderella so far. 

Window Display

California Adventure

Mickey and the Newsboys

Back in Disneyland and now Mickey is conducting.

Small World

Got all 3 popcorn buckets. I'm going to use them in my classroom!

$2000 Mickey Ears anyone?

Paint the Night Parade. It's like a Main Street Electrical Parade Remix

Paint the Night Parade.

Paint the Night Parade.

Paint the Night Parade.

Fireworks in front of Small World

Fireworks in front of Small World
The castle all lit up. 

Schoooooooooools Out For Summer

School is out for summer vacation and I haven't stopped going. I packed up my classroom, went to SoCal for a 1st birthday party, Disneyland and have now started planning for next year!

I got an Erin Condren teacher lesson planner and I love it. I've had them in the past, but last year was unable to get one since I was hired 2 days before school started. I jumped into lesson planning and feel right back at home with my EC lesson planner. We just got a new math curriculum so planning will take a wee bit longer than it normally does for me. At least everything will be colorful and pretty to look at while I record everything.

Got my EC Planner, my old planner from last year and my EC life planner out with all of my color pens! Let the planning begin.

Today I went to Target specifically for some house hold items, and like many of you, we all know how silly that is, because we always come out with more than we intended.... and that is exactly how it was today. The dollar section sucked me in yet again. I found some great stuff for my classroom.
My cart just after I went into the Dollar section.

I bought these great storage containers. The ones in the back are holding magnetic letters and numbers.
The ones in the front are holding Frozen erasers that we will use for story problems and counters.

And because not everyone is a fan of Frozen, I've got some generic Legos and other counters. Looks like I need to go back and get a few more containers.

I was so excited to find these foam dice. I LOVE THESE for the classroom and so do my students! I was only able to find for and hope that they'll get more in stock!