Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Message in a Bottle

Putting a message in a bottle and sending it out into the sea is mystical.  Putting a message in a bottle and sending it to another classroom is magical! 

What can the students write in the bottle? 
  • Students can invite other classrooms to a special place
  • Say thank you
  • Share what they are doing special in the classroom
  • Write something they have learned 

 {Please Click Here}for my "Message in a Bottle" sheets to use in your classroom. 

What a great way to get their imaginations working in a fun and rewarding way!

What I would do to be on this beach right now finding a romantic letter that was washed up to shore.  Instead...I am just as excited to write that I will be driving this afternoon to INDY to present at the I TEACH K conference tomorrow.  The best part is my bestie, LuAnn, is going to be by my side!  I can't wait to share how much KINDERGARTEN ROCKS! 
Enjoy the rest of your week, Amber


  1. Good Luck Amber, you will be fabulous!!

  2. Lucky me...seeing you and your bestie at the nursery rhymes session today. Thanks for the ideas and go play your spoons and games. :-) lol


  3. Thanks, Nuts in a Tree! It was a fabulous experience! Off to play spoons!

  4. Loved your sessions!!

  5. Since I know that we have so many of these kinds of things that happen here, it was wonderful to see that Bunny is normal, and that there are good ways of handling these situations!

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