Day In A Sentence Colours May 2008Presentation Transcript
A day in a sentence
Monday, a green day, with five new teacher bloggers being cultivated after school and three young student bloggers helping with the planting. Sue Wyatt http://tasteach.edublogs.org In our glorious spring landscape, I see the kelly greens of lawns, trees, and gardens all around remind me that it is, indeed, “the lusty month when everyone goes blissfully astray. Nliakos Shades of green cloud my thoughts of the large frog that jumped up out of the toilet water on our field trip at a fish farm – never look at another toilet the same way!! Sue Waters
When your child feels blue, you feel blue, too.
Blue sky blue defines the beauty of a day with many successes and longing for more days like sky blue. God’s peace to all
A rainbow of family and friends is expected to shine over us this weekend for my daughter’s high school graduation.
A chaotic rainbow of overly stimulated students and overly stressed students coloured my week.
Liza Lee Miller
Outside this week, no matter what, into the blue, the green, the sun the rain, no matter what, it’s all about outside, camera in one hand to capture all the colors.
Rainbow colors our week of family travel from biking to golden beaches in Marbella, Spain to swimming in a periwinkle pool in the Algarve of Portugal & happily homeschooling along the way.
I saw RED today when I found a $1900 charge on my credit card for tickets on Ethiopian Airlines!!
Bright crimson, the hue of my cheeks after field day, and the color flashing before my eyes after the rest of my team ate lunch 50 yards away from our 93 students – why are we so confused when the diks get into fights?!
The black ice of MCAS melted into the cool blue of hornbooks and holidays by Friday afternoon.
Singleton rose in spectral volcano dance.
Brown would best describe the way that my day started when I had to go to school (again) with my teen to encourage enrollment and classwork that really meets her needs since she became ill and is recovering. Happily the day changed to orange when my husband bought a new Stihl weed-eater for my tool kit. IMHO, you have to take any bit of happiness from wherever you can.
Sheryl A McCoy
I will ban the grey that comes to mind as I look out my window and focus on the flowers of roses in front of me; pastels in yellow, orange and pink remind me of my lovely class and the final lesson we had.
Full moon time, and the bush is shining silver at night.
Though we’ve seen red, blue, yellow and green,
My mood is best described as aubergine.
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Shades of yellows, sands, browns and greens for today as I sat with a colleague and worked alongside her to create a wiki for her students who are studying ancient Egypt. A big step for her and a happy yellow day for me.
The Sierra foothills are unusually gray and wet for this time of year, but I’m feeling the warm orange glow of a stay-at-and-unwind 3-day Memorial Day Weekend
Fluoro pink as mums with kids with disabilities danced our night away a “Girls just wanna have fun” camp.
My week started off colorful but faded to black as I turned off my lights and locked my classroom door for the last time this year.
My week as a colour-green as in green thumb and green as in envy of all the gardeners who live in a warmer climate who can grow all those things I can’t.
Staff day/Worldskills Expo/Try-a-trade/ Assessment verification (whew) back to work for a spell!!!!
Varying shades of purple for unexpected sadness and unexpected pleasant surprises.
Yellow describes my day today, as I strived to make the theory interesting for my year 12 students, applying working in virtual teams theory by live blogging with them – 2 hours just flew past.