This was my first "official" week of summer, though it included 2 mandatory professional development days through our district. The first was a county workshop on play. The second day was spent exploring our new math curriculum, EngageNY/Eureka Math. We eventually broke into teams and began to prep materials. Below is my table after about 5 minutes of 3 of us working together. This is a sign of progress, right?
One of the piles created at the above work day was "laminate at home". Our laminator at school has flimsy laminating film, and there are just some things you want thicker. I spent a few evenings this week laminating these things.
I love trying new recipes in the summer. I found out about 6 weeks ago that I have a what allergy, so I am not on a gluten-free diet. Thank goodness for Pinterest and Aldi, I am enjoying food. A bakery near work is complete gluten-free. I picked up these pizza crusts and tried making a veggie and cheese pizza last night. It was yummy! If you have any favorites, please share!
I've spent a few evenings this week at "VBS work nights." Our church has work nights to prep materials and decorate in the time leading up to VBS. We worked on cutting and building snowflakes for our "Everest" theme this week.