At the end of the year it’s always fun to take a moment to look back and share. Last year, I started posting daily on Instagram and I love love loved the community I found there! This year I took it a step further and started showing up in my Instagram stories every single day and I have really loved getting to know other teachers there!
In September I decided I wanted to be better about connecting with you via email and delivering support to you there. Since then I started writing weekly to share different resources, ideas, and (of course!) freebies with you.
And, as always, I’m writing and sharing blog posts here! I thought I’d take a second to share which posts you have been reading most in 2019. Check them out!
5. 10 Vinyl Decals For Your Spanish Classroom
4. Comprehensible Input Activities for your Classroom
3. Exit Ticket Ideas for Language Class
2. Hispanic Heritage Month School Wide Celebrations
1. Meme Game for World Language Classes
There they are! It doesn’t surprise me at all that the Meme Game is number one – it’s so fun, and perfect for a day right before break or a weird assembly schedule day. Print, prep, and keep in a cabinet so it’s ready to go. You could even have students come up with situations or memes to make it more their own.
Peace out, 2019! I can’t wait to see what the new decade has in store for us.