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BULLIES come in all ages
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energy, and situations;
always avoid negativity.


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Forgive, and then forget about the ones who don't.

Monday, November 1, 2010

Monday's Mosaic Memory ~Show and Tell

Friday was Show and Tell day in my classroom. The excitement started early as each student entered the classroom, trying to conceal their "surprise" in book bags, old Wal-Mart bags, and under their shirts.

With a little planning and modeling by the teacher, Show and Tell offers a positive learning environment in a casual, relaxed setting.

I honestly looked forward to it as much as the kids.


Can you believe it's already November?
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JackDaddy said...

We never did show and tell in school when I was growing up. But we did have to walk 20 miles uphill in the snow both ways to get there! :)


Khyra And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Happy Monday!

Our pawticipation in the khard exchange will be to dedikhate a run to all of our blog pals -


3 doxies said...

Hey, I has a little girl and her just loooooves Show And Tell at school too. One time her brought ME to school so hers could show me off....hehehe! I liked it. It's always fun to haves da kiddies swoon overs me.


~Kim at Golden Pines~ said...

I loved show 'n tell! My Mom always found something that I could bring that was of course better than what anyone else had brought! :-)

Anonymous said...

I always loved "Show and Tell" still do :)

Gloria said...

It must have been boring for my youngest boys class, cause every week he took his "Teddy" lol. I think he just wanted it with him all the time!

Madi and Mom said...

Morning Ms. K and pups!!!
What a darling memory collage...I wish I had been in your K class.

We are signed up for Jazzi's Exchange and can hardly wait. It was such fun last year,
Group hug,
Madi and Mom

Susan said...

Cute, cute pics! A bunch of good stuff comes up in show and tell! Rusty told once that Terry was lost and had been gone all night. The teacher called Mamma to check on everyone. Well, you know what happened next! Rusty said he just wanted to have something to tell!

countryliving said...

I would love to be there for Show and Tell.
One girl told about her pregnant mom, complete with pillow, having a baby.

Kathy said...

Sweet pictures of your students looking so proud of their surprises!

Fond memories for both the teacher and kids!

Frankie Furter said...

When my mom taught Second Gr. she had Show and Tell EVERY Friday. She said it was the bestest thingy of the WHOLE week.

Priscilla said...

It's so lovely to see those little cute faces there. I'm sure it's an interesting show time for them and how I wish I could be there as an audience : )

♥I am Holly♥ said...

Sweet pictures of show and tell! That had to be lots of fun for everybody! Lots of love, Holly and mom

♥♥♥ The OP Pack ♥♥♥ said...

Ahh, the joy and pride on their faces tells it all.

Have a great week.

Woos ~ Phantom, Thunder, and Ciara

MISTAYA said...

M.O.M. told me she always loved show and tell at her grade school. Wow, that was a lonnnng time ago cause she's really, really old!!
Hugs and wags, Mistaya

Maggie Mae said...

Show and Tell was always a fun time fur my mom. :)

Woofs and Licks,
Maggie Mae

Remington said...

Show and Tell is fun! They get so excited to share! Fun!

Amber and Nala said...

Happy Howl-O-Ween!! I hope you got lots of treats!

The kiddos look like they are having fun with show and tell. How I miss the little ones. :)

Amber & Nala

Hound Girl said...

I loved show and tell as a kid, I always wanted to bring my dog though and the school didnt allow it :(

animal lover, quilt lover said...

Hi Kit,
I'll bet you were a wonderful teacher Kit. We didn't have show and tell when I went to school either!! And I did have shoes and we didn't have any snow in Daytona! But I did walk a long way to school in some grades and others I didn't have far to walk at all!
You are a wonderful Doggy Mom too Kit!!!
Your girlfriend, Fern

Sharon said...

I didn't have show and tell when I was a kid. I vaguely remember my older kids having show and tell, no idea what they took.

Huskee and Hershey said...

Show and Tell looks fun!!! Wish we were there to listen to what those kids have to share!

Benny and Lily said...

Show and tell was so much fun
Benny & Lily

Anonymous said...

The show and tell possibilities were endless...I always had one or two who wanted to hide theirs behind my desk. I finally had to initiate the rule that if it didn't fit inside one's backpack, it couldn't be brought to school.