Monday, June 25, 2012

happy to teach k!

Can I just say how happy I am that I teach kindergarten?! I am helping my mother in law with her preschool VBS this week and spent almost the entire 3 hours today switching off between 3 year old twins who were screaming bloody murder for their mommy. It was heartbreaking, but drove me nuts at the same time! once one of them stopped, the other would start in and they both would go into hysterics. I'm talking so loud that I had to go in the hallway and sit with them which was even loud for the older kids. Man oh man, am I exhausted!! Best Blogger Tips
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Cindy Foreman said...

Hi! I gave you and award! Come to my blog to pick it up!! Thank you for sharing such great ideas!!
Krazy Kindergarten Teacher

Erica said...

What a blessing you are! Keep up the hard work. :)
I am your newest follower.


Sprinkles to Kindergarten

Mandee said...

so proud of you and your patience:) You are so sweet. I don't know that I could do that!

Miss Trayers said...

I used to work in daycare with the really young kids. I'm telling you, if you can survive that, you can do anything! :)


Heather said...

I have a 3 year old and 6 year old and I understand. It's hard, very hard=)I'm a new follower and would love for you to stop by sometme.

The Busy Busy Hive

Christy Brown said...

I am your newest follower and love your positive attitude! I sure hope that you can join me in my new blogging adventure too!

Marlana said...

I wanted to let you know that I added your blog to my new list of blogs at Kindergarten Network. Stop by sometime and check it out when you have a chance. Be sure to let me know if I left out any details you would like to be added.

Lil' Country Kindergarten
Kindergarten Network

Sharon Dudley said...

Mrs. Bee, I really feel for you! I truly consider myself a kindergarten teacher, but I have been in pre-k for the last 3 years. I am SO happy to be going back to kindergarten in August. People will say there's not that much of a difference, but I can tell you when you're down in the trenches with those kids, there is a huge difference! For example, for the years I've taught kindergarten I usually have 1 or 2 that cry at the beginning of the year, but then they stop. In pre-k they cry continuously for hours. I've been kicked and pushed, and I've had my hair pulled, while trying to console 10 kids at one time. I can't wait for kindergarten to start!

I just put up some new freebies on my blog if you'd like to come and grab them.

Take care,

Sharon Dudley, NBCT

mrsjanellebush said...

Hello! I love your blog! I am your newest follower. I am a newbie blogger and would love for you to follow me too.
Mrs. Janelle

Rhonda said...

Anyone who teaches these young ones deserves an award for bravery and extra pay!! It is hard work. I am not surprised how exhausted you would be.
I am your newest follower.
Classroom Fun