Counting Down the Top 10 Posts of 2014

Happy Holidays!

I'm still adjusting to the end of the Christmas season and the start of a New Year. All of our decorations are still up, but we've managed to start cleaning out the pantry, closets, and more in anticipation on getting 2015 off to a great start!

As this year wraps up, I wanted to look back and highlight my most-viewed posts that I wrote this year! Hopefully these will jog your memory and/or give you some new ideas to get the second half of the year started right!

Counting down from 10.....

Working on Weekly Class SMART Goals

Classroom Tour 2014

Making my Erin Condren Life Planner Work for Me!

Morning Meeting: Updated Packet

Ho-Ho-Holiday Gifts for Your Students {2014 Link-Up}

Teachers Thanking Teachers & Magic 3

Smooth Sailing with My Erin Condren Teacher Planner

Bright Ideas: Sticky Note Summaries

Technology Resources: Earth Day

Using Student Numbers to Keep Organized

Have a wonderful time exploring these popular posts and I can't wait to ring in 2015 together soon! What kinds of things would you like to see me blog about in the new year? Leave a comment below and I'll add it to my list!

Thank you for joining me on this journey for another year and here's wishing you a festive and fun New Year's celebration!

Clip art from Scrappin' Doodles & Fonts from KG Fonts


  1. Love your classroom! The Class Weekly Goals is a great idea! I'd love to try that in my class. (Off to read more about it!)

    Fishing for Education Blog

  2. I would love to see the rubbings of your days/week. I want to begin morning meetings, word of the day, and math and writer's workshop rotations, but I am trying to figure out how you schedule everything in each day. I would also love to see when you plug in word work rotations, D5 and have more insight into what you do during reader's workshop with your different groups. Thanks!

  3. It just so happens I'm having a "Top Ten Blog Posts of 2014" linky party over on my blog. Come on over and link up, you already have the post! I love your weekly goals!

    Sally from Elementary Matters