Saturday, February 5, 2011

Learning to Listen

I am in constant search for new ideas for my listening center. I get bored with the same directions every week "Draw you favorite part and write a sentence about it" I know my kiddos get bored with it too. I think I have definetely let this center slide and it's time to beef it up. On my hunt for some fantastic new forms to get my students interested and engaged I came across a wonderful website by Michelle Oakes. Click here for some great listening center forms.

I am brand new to this blog world. I don't know how to upload forms, pictures, not a thing. And what are my limitations too? Help, anybody?

5 comments:

Mrs. Harris said...

Hey there! Found your blog through the First Grade Parade Link Party and thought I'd try to help answer some of your google doc/how to upload things question. What would you like to know?

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Mrs. Edwards said...

I played around with some files and I think I figured out how to make a PDF and upload it to google doc. Thank you so much for offering to help. I love your blog design by the way :)

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