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Re: Teacher necessities, comfort items

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Litesal (Litesal)
Thu, 19 Nov 1998 22:09:49 -0500

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From: Skiart <Skiart>
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Cc: Skiart <Skiart>
Date: Wednesday, November 18, 1998 9:13 PM
Subject: Teacher necessities, comfort items

Dear Sue,

You just reminded me, bull clips with magnets are great for displays on the
chalkboard. Also, what are punky doodle cut outs?

sincerely, Leah

>To all who added to the list:
>I am so pleased with the ideas, I have my radio, slippers, chocolat treats.
>croix......and it makes such a difference after school.
>As a result, I am now staying after to write comments and praise good parts
>each of my class' artwork in progress, with post its.......I teach on the
>overhead, the kids write questions on the back of their artwork. They read
>and ask me questions next class, and then I teach on the overhead. We save
>time, avoid the "is this good?" in class. When finished, they get a
>in front of the class and can ask questions about their work and call on
>to answer. I've been keeping up daily because it's so comfy in the
>of the 4th gr teacher where I spill out from my storeroom.
>The time flies. I want to bring in potpourri and a warm up suit too.
>Add to your list nylons, (we are encouraged to dress up), nail polish for
>runs, neosporin for paper cuts with the bandaids and magnets with belt,
>elbow, neck, head, sock bands, to soothe aches.
>I buy punky doodle cut outs with a foil Happy Birthday sticker. You'd think
>the birthday child got a big prize. I have managed to give them out once a
>month. The rest can't wait for their birthday and "what happens if my
>is in the summer?" Cheers.....Sue from Cicero, IL