And with Tara over at 4th Grade Frolics for her Monday Made It linky.
1st I have to share these yummy pear and walnut muffins. Last week, after my bread disaster, I decided to try my hand at some healthy muffins. This coming school year, I want to have super healthy breakfast muffins in the freezer and ready to go. So, I have been collecting muffin recipes. I found this one at My Recipes.
They were delicious! I substituted applesauce for oil, and vanilla greek yogurt for plain yogurt. They were sweet and nutty. Only one problem, I was using a new muffin pan and the ones in the middle were not as "done" as the ones on the outside. Next time, I need to leave them in for a few more minutes. This isn't my picture, because I ate them all and forgot to take a picture of my own!
2nd Just in case you missed my post on Friday, and because (I am still so proud of myself) I feel I am entitled to share again.
3rd For school I made a vertical number line. Yep, a vertical one. In what little Core training we received this year, the trainer told us to try and find a vertical number line. Have you tried to find a vertical number line? So, I made my own.
I used PowerPoint and put two numbers per slide. Then I printed them out 2 to a page for the classroom, and 16 to a page for small group and student use. Don't skip the add border option on the print screen. The border gives you a line to cut on.
Then I cut them out and taped them together. We have high ceilings at our site, so I think this will fit. However, I am going to wait and see before I put it on construction paper and laminate it. My sister teaches 6th grade too, and I am going to make her number line using the "4 to the page" print option. The link for the number line is on my Facebook page! It is free! We all need it, and I am happy to share! It looks a little out of line on the drive, but when you download it everything should be in place. Please leave me a little love if you download it - I am needy that way, and I need more followers for my Facebook page:)
Hope you can use it! If you have questions about it, don't hesitate to send an email!
Enjoy your week, and I will touch base again on Wednesday with more of my Master Math Notebook!