Saturday, January 7, 2012

Two Awards!

First, I need to thank the blogs that honored me with the award!

Thanks to Ms. Kerri and  First Grade and Fabulous, I have been nominated for the Versatile Blogger Award!
I need to share 7 things about myself!
1.  I live in Anderson, South Carolina
2.  I have attended 3 colleges here: Clemson, Winthrop, and The Citadel!
3.  I have been a regular classroom teacher, a special education teacher, a Montessori/private reading specialist, and now a trained S. C. Literacy Matters coach!
4.  I have three beautiful children who have all graduated from Clemson! Go Tigers!
5.  I have been an Orton-Gillingham trained tutor for 20 years!
6.  I am single and looking! :) 
7.  My favorite spot in the world is on the Isle of Palms!
Now, I need to award others!  If you already have this award, consider yourself loved!
(It asked for 15, but it is very hard to find those who haven't won it before!)
Jacqui Wilson posts great pictures from her classroom in Australia!
Rebecca's blog is wonderful and she gives away great freebies!
Rachel has an awesome blog that showcases her creativity!
You will love the super freebies and fun activities on this blog!
This is a group blog that is truly versatile!

Amber at Adventures of a Third Grade Teacher nominated me for the Liebster Blog Award!
I love her blog!  She has a great example of winter writing with a creative way of displaying it!
The rules of the award are to link back to the one who nominated you and thank them!  Then, nominate blogs with less than 200 followers! 

Debbie's Dabblings
She has a new blog design and great ideas!
Learn With Me In Grade Three
You will find some great reading notebook ideas!
Miss Third Grade
Courtney has wonderful ideas and great pictures!

Wishing all a wonderful 2012!


  1. Thank you sooo much for the award!! I love it!!! I'll post about it tomorrow!
    Teaching First

  2. Love the blog! So excited to see some creative new ideas :) Great job!

    Lisa :) (new follower)

  3. I went to college North Greenville College, not too far from Anderson!

  4. Yes Amber! My parents have been involved with North Greenville! It is a small world!