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Easy Back To School Team Mate Gift!

Hi Friends!

I wanted to share with you this super easy Team-Mate, Co-Teacher, or Child's Teacher gift you can make in a Jif!

SO SUPER EASY.
I grabbed some of these new 2 in 1 expo markers from Amazon for DIRT Cheap!




A little washi tape and the printable!  You can get the printable by joining the Lessons With Coffee Facebook Group!  It is an exclusive Freebie for being a member!

Click my face to join the group!

Can't wait to see you there!
Cheers,  Jameson
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What Is Math Workshop? -Guest Blogger!

Hey all!

My friend Jen at Smith Curriculum Consulting has some great information about Math Workshop that I thought I would share!
Do you do Math Workshop!  I do.  There is a lot that goes into the planning of a great workshop but it is worth it when you start to see the results!
Take a peek at what she has to say!


WHAT IS MATH WORKSHOP?
Math Workshop is one of the key ingredients in a Guided Math block in your math classes. Math Workshop allows for you to facilitate independent and individualized learning in a small group setting. While you are working with a small group for Guided Math, or facilitating math conferences 1-on-1, the other students in your classroom are engaged in a variety of tasks. These tasks that are set-up around your classroom are chosen by you to accommodate the various learning styles and needs of your students. Only you know your students and their needs, which means that only you should be choosing which activities will and won’t work for your set of students.…

No more .com

So I am kind of sad but when I got rid of my .com I lost 3 years of blogs.  It is what it is but that is where we are at.  I am currently trying to start up a youtube.  Please go subscribe if you have time.  my husband is going to help me so we should get up one video per week. 

I am also sad because I lost a lot of resources and followers.  If you are here from the new links thanks,  if you are an OG follower DOUBLE, even TRIPPLE thanks!
Here is to the 2018-19 School-year!
Cheers, Jameson

What the Teacher Wore Wednesday: January Week Two

Hey all It is time for another What the Teacher Wore post.

 I participate in a Instagram/Pinterest fashion challenge called #pinneditspinnedit hosted by @jro1583 and @aem8168 on Instagram.  Basically they post a picture every week of 5 pins that they like and you put your own spin on it.  So in each of the pictures above....there is a picture that is not me.

So here is what I wore and where everything came from!
Monday: Ooh La La!
Boots: Steve Madden
Skirt and Tights: Target
Sweater: Old Navy

Tuesday:Blue Print Dress
Boots: Steve Madden
Tights: Target
Dress: Stitich fix
Belt: random store on Amazon
Sweater: Gap

Wednesday: Blazer and Sneakers day!
Sneakers: GOLA!
Jeans: Gap
Tshirt: J-Crew for Teach For America
Necklace and blazer: Target

Thursday: Leopard and BLUE!
Boots: Steve Madden
Jeans: Gap
Tshirt and sweater: Target
Necklace : Primp Boutique (primpyourself.com) <---My friend owns it.  They ship!

Friday:Orange sweater and dress
Boots: Steve Madden
Tights and sweater: Target

Cha cha cha changes...And Slant Box is Back

Hi there!

I bet you have been wondering where I was?
Well.  First I got moved to 8th grade algebra over the winter break.
I am a bit heartbroken over this but will get over it pretty quickly.  My students are relatively nice and have adapted ok. 
Here is some pictures of my new classroom:







Going to a new grade level was not what scared me, having new students was not what scared me, being on a new team was not what scared me.
What scared me was trying to learn a new way of thinking about algebra.  I am good at algebra.  I mean I passed the secondary math test...I have to be ok at it right?  But being able to do things and being able to TEACH things are two completely different things.  The other day I sat at my "desk" (I do not have a desk in my new room...just a kidney table) until 6:30 pm trying to find an aproachable way to teach writing a function from a table?  WHAT Guess and check is not an option any more.  In 6th grade it was.  It was also called a "rule" no…

What the Teacher Wore Wednesday

Hi! 

I have no idea if people are even interested in this but I get a lot of comments and likes on my instagram.  So for those of you that are not following me on Instagram....THis is what I wore last week:



I participate in a Instagram/Pinterest fashion challenge called #pinneditspinnedit hosted by @jro1583 and @aem8168 on Instagram.  Basically they post a picture every week of 5 pins that they like and you put your own spin on it.  So in each of the pictures above....there is a picture that is not me.

Here is where I got everything:
Monday: black and white skirt with black top
Boots: Steve Madden
Tights, and skirt: Target
T-shirt: Gap
Sweater: Old Navy

Tuesday:Teal pants, stripe shirt and sweater
Boots: Steve Madden
Jeans: American Eagle
Striped Shirt: Gap
Navy Sweater: Stitch Fix
Red Necklace: Gift from the awesome Lindsey Johnston!

Wednesday: Grey bat wing back shirt and White undershirt
Socks leggins and white shirt: Target
Grey split Back Shirt: Stitch Fix

Thursday: Denim Dress

DIY Xmas gifts

HI!  I had a huge outcry for the step by step for my DIY Christmas Mugs so here it is!
Gather your materials.  I have two porcelain mugs I got for $2.99 at Target, I have OIL BASED PAINT MARKERS, washi tape, a pencil and my printed out designs. 
The markers MUST be OIL BASED.  You can not use regular Sharpie markers and expect them to stay on.   You can see I used a few different brands.  The Sharpie is the smoothest but these worked.

Take your printed out design and flip it upside down.  Use your pencil to completely cover the back side with the graphite from the pencil. 

Flip it right side again and use the washi tape to tape it onto your cup.  I like the washi tape because it leaves ABSOLUTELY no residue.

Start to trace your design with your SHARP pencil.

This picture is hard to see, but once traced, take your stencil off and you should have pencil marks on your cup!

Go ahead and start filling in your lines with your oil based paint marker. 
Bake it at 350 for about 20 minutes in …