And his caption? "Hey gang! Today I'm gonna spend my whole day looking for Blue's clues!"
It's like he's trying to win me back. That guy is just friggin' adorable.
Too late, though, buddy. This curly-haired goofy cutie may be 1000 miles away right now, but he's got my heart:
But that doesn't mean I'm not jealous of Elizabeth from Fun in Room 4B who got to go backstage and meet Josh Groban on her birthday because she taught his bodyguard's kids. Um, can I teach at your school?! JELLY.
I love linking up with Oh Boy 4th Grade for Currently every month. If you haven't heard the two songs in my Listening part, they are both just gorgeous. (I am such a sucker for pretty piano.)
I've been organizing and packing up my classroom a little more this week, and I found something I hadn't seen before.
A few months ago I had my second graders create leprechaun traps as a family project.
A few kids forgot them, or
Next year the leprechaun needs to find some green shiny candy that's not mint because not all kids like mint. (But the leprechaun loves eating leftover Andes mints... *sad face*)
Anyway- the leprechaun visited late, and then none of my kids wanted to take their traps home in case he came again. His timing was not very good, so as the teacher (who was sick of having leprechaun traps everywhere), I decided that we would write our own tiny letters to the leprechaun.
I was not aware how vengeful these kids would be. There were multiple death threats to the leprechaun, including drawings of skulls and stuff. Yikes.
This was one that had gotten misplaced in the room, that I just now found and read.
He's threatening to "barycyu" the leprechaun.
Took me a minute to figure out... barbeque. Cracked. me. up. I love working with kids.