Monday made it!

It's Monday that means I need to have made something to share with all of you...only I haven't had half a minute to get creative, I've had a really busy weekend and I started a new job today! I worked in my friends restaurant all week last week, we went to the county fair this weekend, and made a trip home to Michigan for birthday celebrations (2 of my nephews and my daughter all have birthdays this week)! And I accepted the preschool position I talked about, they do summer care and wanted me to start today!! I spend most of Sunday trying to get somethings in order for the classroom!  So I didn't break out the crafts but I did make some digital items to upload to vistaprint I wanted to share with you!!

 
My where are you board! I ordered it on a lawn sign so it would be really sturdy!!

Wow word collector (used during daily 5/cafe) for expanding vocabulary

And a daily schedule board, I ordered this on a small banner I'm working on schedule cards to match so be on the look out for those sometime this week!

Feel free to use any of these picture files for uploading to vistaprint! I don't have them saved as PDF or I would offer them to you in that format sorry!

I have another interview tomorrow!! I appreciate any and all prayers, thoughts, comments to help me keep my chin up!

Thanks for reading, and don't forget to stop by Tara's blog to see all the fabulous Monday Made it's from all of those still enjoying summer break!

and don't forget I have a giveaway going on click HERE to see the awesome prizes you could win!!

18 comments

  1. Good luck with your interview tomorrow! I hope it goes well!

    :) Kaitlyn
    Smiles and Sunshine

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  2. I am so sorry to hear about your day! Wow! Just keep your chin up and I hope your interview goes well tomorrow. I am keeping you in my prayers.

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  4. Wow.. I feel like you just explained my previous job! When I first graduated college, I got a job at a preschool (that also offered before care & after care.. lunch was served in the classroom, no janitors, rest time right after a messy lunch, etc.). It was great because I had a job, but I totally understand where you are coming from! It definitely starts to feel like daycare & no matter how hard you try to make it not day care & no matter how many times you tell people it's not day care, it's hard to shake that feeling! I hope things work out with that interview! Fingers crossed! =)

    Ashley
    I'm having a giveaway!
    The Resource Room Teacher

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  5. I worked at a daycare after college too. Not much got taught between nap times, breakfast, lunch etc. And parents picked and dropped off their kids at all times throughout the day. Good luck with your interview!

    Stephany
    primarypossibilities.blogspot.com

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  6. Amy, Whew! That made me exhausted just reading it. . . I could hear your voice! And I'm sure you even left out parts of the day that would have made your post even longer!
    I teach 2nd graders and I know in the beginning of the year they are more like first graders and are pretty needy. However I know in time, they will grow more independent and we'll be just fine.
    Dealing with preschoolers is definately different. Those teachers are like middle school teachers. . . you must have a "gift" in order to work with them. Not everyone can do it. .. and I'm glad there are those who can. But it's not me.

    I will add your name to my prayers. I hope the job interview goes well. What grade level is it for? I see that you are in Goshen, is that where the job is? I live in Sturgis, so I'm kind of familiar where Goshen is.
    I hope that your day goes smoothly so that you can be fresh and clear when you interview later on tomorrow!
    Patty
    Second In Line

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  7. Good luck on your interview tomorrow! Sending positive vibes your way!! :)
    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  8. I totally understand your woes! I worked in a preschool for 2 years, and we had to do all of that to. Definitely made me yearn for a traditional teaching job in an elementary school! I am in the same boat...we just moved and I am looking for a teaching job.

    Good luck on your interview!

    Natalie
    Teachery Tidbits

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  9. That made me tired just reading it. I'm so sorry about your day. Hang in there and I just know the right position will come along. Good luck on your interview tomorrow. :)

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  10. I worked in a preschool for exactly one month before I gave up and quit. Many good wishes for your interview today!

    ✿Lynn
    Inside this Book

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  11. Wishing you the best of luck on your interview!

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  12. Fingers and toes crossed. Good thoughts sent your way. I'm going to be so excited for you when I read your post about getting the teaching position you want. It will happen.

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  13. I hate to ask you this but someday when you have the time and the energy would you consider redoing this same charts with the blue and green you used for the some of the previous activities.

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  14. Good Luck with your interview! I could feel my stress level rising as I was reading your post. I had flashbacks as I was reading. Ahhhhhh! I just wanted to stop by and say thanks for following me. I love all of your ideas and colors. I am now a follower.

    Good Luck!
    Christine
    Tales From Rm 17!

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  15. Good Luck!! Your new job sounds very demanding!!

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  16. Even though you got lots of "surprises" during your first day of a teaching job, you did it!!
    Good Luck with your interview- you deserve lots of good things!

    Shar W.
    jandcangelscents@sbcglobal.net

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  17. I hope you got the new job. God Bless!EG

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