I thought I would join the summer bucket list fun now that I'm on summer break. My list always seems to be a mile long. My brain starts thinking about the next year in April. I have a huge list of ideas before school ever even ends. Pinterest has not helped. There are so many great ideas on there.
With no further ado, in no particular order here is my summer bucket list.
1. The biggest thing on my list is preparing for next year. Since I'm making a change in content areas I have my work cut out for me. I like to be prepared with a general overview of what my year will look like before school starts. I don't always have detailed lesson plans for the whole year, but I like to have general plans for the year.
2. There will be lots of scrapbooking. I have several projects that I would like to finish. The project I want to do first though is a scrapbook for my sweet Liam Bailey. He ran away over 2 months ago. He miss him so much. I've been meaning to do a scrapbook for him and our other dog since we first got her 5 years ago. With him being gone, it just seems the perfect time to do it.
3. I love the bunting hanging from the ceiling with the pom poms in this picture. One of my goals is to make my own for my classroom.
4. Reading great books is always on my summer bucket list. This year my reading list is slightly different as I'm reading young adult and teen novels. I cannot wait to get paid to discuss books with my students all year. Can you say Dream Job?!?
5. I have been drooling over the Erin Condren teacher planners since discovering them. They aren't cheap though so I am thinking about making my own planner/binder with all my important information in one place.
6. I want to clean and organize our home this summer. I'm thinking a little bit at a time. It's a big job and I do better with small chunks. Same goes for my classroom. I have stuff that was there when I started teaching at the school. It's good stuff that I don't want to let go of, but I'm not using it so it needs to go.
7. Last but not least is to label all of the books in my classroom library with their AR level and points.