Making Memories

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There are days when I miss being in the classroom. It’s been 7 years since I’ve been a full time teacher. I was thinking about “my kids” today. The last class I taught, all of those kids, are now in college. I wish I could show you some of the pictures I have of the crazy stuff I did. I’ll have to scan them and write another post. 🙂

The “scarecrow” and I after the fall scarecrow contest.

All of the kids giving me a bridal shower.

My kids singing in the children’s choir at my wedding.

A class picture we sent to our military e-pals during the Gulf War.

I loved teaching! I still do. One of my main goals was to make memories for those kids. I hope I did a little bit. Now I get the blessing of teaching Bible lessons to my Awana kids and homeschooling my own. Making memories is still a major goal.

One of my favorite teaching video series is Schoolhouse Rock. I would always tell my students that math, science, everything, is FILLED with patterns. Once you know the pattern, you can do anything, especially math. But the order of nature, science, mathematics, LIFE, is one way we know there is a Creator. Let me leave you with this video. “Somewhere in the Mystic Trinity”…I love it!

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Making Memories — 5 Comments

  1. I love School House Rock! I have used the cds and dvds for ages from 2nd grade all the way through high school!

    This year is my first year to teach online and away from the traditional classroom. I really enjoy the flexibility and having the experience of kids all over the world, but I miss the day-to-day standing in front of the classroom.

  2. Not only that but every occupation there is takes some form of math to do the job! I spent many years as a math tutor for Jr. Hi and College students, and I worked as a substitute teacher for a few years as well. Math, Music, Drama, and Geology were my main subjects to tutor and teach, although I often would be rangled into other subjects as well. Math is one of the most important things we can teach our children. I used School House Rock for my daughter as well!

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