Sunday, July 29, 2012

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My Never-Ending "To Do" List


My "To Do" list looks very similar to the one pictured above.   First of all, I can't live without "lists".  I often have several going at once that I categorize according to different parts of my life.  


But one thing that makes me anxious is forgetting something that should be on my list.  That's why the "To Do List" Linky Party  Fabulous 4th Grade Froggies (follow link to find it) is perfect for me.  Now I can peruse everyone's lists to see what I might be forgetting.  


So here it goes. 


  1.  Order a new teacher chair in pink (Mine broke last year and I don't like the school's).
  2.  Decorate my new Treasure Box. (Purchased at Walmart for $5.97)
  3.  Buy a second Hawaiian Breeze vertical fan.  (It's hot here in Texas!)
  4.  Finish Class Library "Check Out" Board - almost done.
  5.  Make my version of The Learning Carpet (purchase supplies).
  6.  Finish ABC's of Third Grade for Parent Orientation.
  7.  Copy Student Conduct Cards.
  8.  Print Math Journal prompts on labels
  9.  Create Math Daily 5 Bulletin Board
10.  Map out curriculum considering required grades, Benchmark 
       Tests, and school activities. (I changed grade levels this year)
11.  Spray-paint and label supply toolbox.
12.  Laminate owls for Welcome BB.
13.  Make lesson plan book.
14.  Prepare for onslaught of supplies.
15.  Hot-glue pom poms to dry erase markers.
16.  Create Whole Brain Class Rules posters.
17.  Buy composition books when they go on sale for $.25!
18.  Prepare for campus & district staff development presentations.
19.  Create guest reader and math tile volunteer schedules.
20.  Find a Memory Jar container.


OKAY!  I will stop.  To be honest, my little notebook is packed with things to do.  Did I say that lists "help" my anxiety????   You wouldn't know by the fact that my heart is pounding out of my chest right now!  Deep breaths, deep breaths..........


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7 comments:

  1. I also am a list maker. Like you I have several going at one time. It is a bit overwhelming, but I couldn't live without them! I am going to use planbook.com this year for my basic plans. I decided to write up the complete lessons for writing (we're using a new program). Good luck getting everything done. Some how it will all come together!
    Amy
    Where Seconds Count

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  2. Making lists help me too! They clear my mind and help me feel calm! Good luck with getting your list finished! Hopefully I will be able to start on mine later tonight!

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  3. Can you share what you are planning on doing for Math Daily 5 and for you Math Journal prompts? I'm very interested!

    Emily
    I Love My Classroom

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  4. I'm glad I'm not the only one with a looonnng list! I'm your newest follower through the blog hop. Stop by my blog and enter my 50 follower giveaway!

    Kathy

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  5. Hey there! I found your blog through the Newbies Blog Hop! I’m excited to follow you! I just nominated you for TWO awards! Stop by my blog and pick them up!
    Noelle
    The Frizz

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  6. Just curious.... why do you put pom-poms on dry eraser markers???

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  7. Hi Jodi

    I hot glue the pom pom's to the opposite end of the marker and it becomes an eraser.....one that doesn't get lost! I saw it on Pinterest! = )

    Diane

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