Weekend Warriors 3- 2- 1 Teacher Bio

Welcome to a wonderful Weekend Warriors Weekend!
It's extra awesome because school's out for summer in these parts!!
Yahoo!
This month is all about me!
I'm going to let the slides do the talking on this post!


 Summer always makes me think of amusement parks.
Granted mine are of the kiddie variety these day, but they are still super fun!
Someday my friends...someday.
I'd be happy with even a tent on the beach!

Now I'd love to learn about you!!
Grab these blank slide images and fill them in 
with all the cool info about you!
Then link on up!











13 comments

  1. Have you ever been to any amusement parks in PA? We have some of the best!!

    The Sassy Sub

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  2. Haha! As always, your sense of humor shines through! It would be awesome to live in Hawaii! My SIL is originally from Hawaii, but chose to move to the mainland, what????? Maybe I'll pitch a tent next to yours, because I think living there would be amazing! Youngest of four, and only girl? You did score. I'm the oldest of three, and the only girl. Can you guess how that went? Haha!

    Aimee
    Primarily Speaking

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  3. Deirdre, Have I told you lately how stinkin CUTE your blog is!!! I love the colors!!! What is your FAVORITE amusement park??? I love Cedar Point! It is only a 40 minute drive away and still knocks the wind out of me when I ride!!

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  4. I turn EVERYTHING into a song (blame my folk-singing mom)! I used to love amusements parks, until I had my kids. Now I can't turn in circles without feeling icky! I still enjoying going with my girls, I just look away when they're spinning around. Ha!
    Andrea
    Always Kindergarten

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  5. I'm the youngest of 3 and the only girl! Actually I'm one of the only girls in my whole family. Out of 17 cousins on my moms side, I'm one of 3 girls and the other 2 live on the other side of the country. On my dads side I'm one of 3 girls out of 14 and the only one to live in the US! Let's just say I'm so glad I'm having a baby girl! :) I too sing all day long. The kids love it and its great for learning! I want to try tables in my classroom SO bad!!! And amusement parks make me happy! :)

    Marcy
    Saddle Up For 2nd Grade

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  6. When I was teaching second grade I had tables for 5 years. I finally go desks for one year before going down to kinder and back to tables. I love tables for the little ones, but it is difficult with "older" ones. I would love to see how you use your tables.

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  7. I'm infamous for reinventing the wheel! :-)

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  8. Singing the only part of a song I know on repeat throughout the day in my lovely singing voice is a passion of mine too.
    People who don't constantly have a song stuck in there head are strange beings.
    Loved getting to know you :)
    Sheri
    Early Years with Sheri

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  9. Tables tables tables! I'm with you on that, although I've yet to have a class set up that way. I grew up in Hawaii from Kindergarten to 6th grade! It was the best experience ever! I couldn't have asked for a better childhood! :)

    ♥ Stephanie
    Fishing for Education Blog

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  10. Living in Hawaii would be amazing!!! I've always wanted to switch to tables, but I'm afraid! :)

    Sarah
    A Sunny Day in First Grade

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  11. I enjoyed reading through your lists. Living in Hawaii would be a dream! We went there for our honeymoon and didn't want to leave. Thanks for hosting this fun linky! :)

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  12. Living in Hawaii is my bucket-list answer too! I've been there twice and think that I just belong there. Maybe someday!

    Sara :)
    The Colorful Apple

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  13. So guilty of re-inventing the wheel. Loved joining up for this fun linky! Thanks for hosting it. I can't wait to read more.

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