Tag: teaching

Visiting Tylerton Island and learning about the Chesapeake Bay

The past few days I went on one memorable adventure. Since I was chosen as a teacher of the year, we were given a trip to Smith Island in the middle of the Chesapeake Bay! I walked away with a great group of new… Continue Reading “Visiting Tylerton Island and learning about the Chesapeake Bay”

Wednesday walk through the garden 7/10

The hot weather paired with the rain showers have made the garden pop! We have been harvesting lots of zucchini and a couple dragon tongue beans. Here’s how things are growing: Grow pumpkin vines, grow! I spent a little bit this morning teaching littles… Continue Reading “Wednesday walk through the garden 7/10”

A Great Earth Week!

This week started off with my family composting their food waste at our Easter get together! On a Earth Day I took the scenic route and walked to work! It was a great workout! (Our view really is absolutely beautiful up here!) The next… Continue Reading “A Great Earth Week!”

Best week ever!!!

Remember how I said that I was hoping to be teacher of the year for the whole county? Well, I won!!! I was so surprised! It was the best feeling in the world! And I can’t wait to spread my love for teaching little… Continue Reading “Best week ever!!!”

Composting at school

The time has finally come! It was not a well loved idea throughout our county, but change is hard. (Especially if you have not composted yourself before!) I know that we need to teach these youngsters how to compost and be less wasteful, and… Continue Reading “Composting at school”

Greening up the school!

This has been a pretty great week at school! In case you are just stopping by, I am a third grade teacher and teach all of the regular curriculum and squeeze in Earth friendly lessons along the way. Last year we were able to… Continue Reading “Greening up the school!”