Friday, December 30, 2011

Middle & High School Blog Party

When Kristen from Secondary Solutions told me about the middle & high school blog party, I was all in. When I first started blogging, I was feeling a bit left out. There are SO many adorable blogs for K-3 teachers but what about the middle school teachers?? It's bad enough that we have to deal with the hormonal changes but now we can't get any love in blogland? I couldn't deal. I was having a Veruca Salt moment. I did neglect my blog for a long time and I blame that entirely on grad school, but I can also say that part of it was due to the fact that I was having a serious identity crisis. I wanted to teach first grade, too! {Ok, it wasn't that serious, but still!} I LOVE fifth grade and all the perks... less boogers, more independence, but show me the blogs!! While there are wayyy more upper elementary/middle school blogs around now than there were even 6 months ago, I love finding more. I'm linking up with Secondary Solutions and you should too. And if you stop by from the party, please leave a comment or become a follower so that I can check out your blog. We need to stick together.

I also can't get enough of the linky parties this week and since this is my third in four days, I decided to partipate in Jodi from Clutter-Free Classroom's "How I spent my winter vacation" party on my personal blog, since I didn't spend it doing school stuff. If the parties keep coming, I'm going to need some more time off.

9 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for joining our party! So glad to have you with us...here's to a great 2012!

    -Kristen, Secondary Solutions

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  2. WOW! It's like you were reading my MIND! All these cutesy posts from inspiring teachers in K-3 just made me feel like the blogging world was not really working for the "Junior and Uppers". Thanks for this post!

    ✪ Liam ✪
    Twist of Liam

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  3. "Less boogers, more independence" - this is my favorite thing ever!! I always say I like middle school kids because no one pukes on their desks :)
    Kate
    http://tothesquareinch.wordpress.com

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  4. Gotta love Veruca Salt! (Thanks for the link to the video!)
    Thanks also for being a sweet BloggyFriend and leaving such a reassuring comment on my blog--there WAS enough air and I made it home safely!

    Happy New Year, Miss P!

    Kim
    Finding JOY in 6th Grade

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  5. I've awarded you the Versatile Blogger Award. You can pick it up at Making It As A Middle School Teacher at http://makingitasamiddleschoolteacher.blogspot.com/2012/01/my-1st-blog-award.html

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  6. I also awarded you the Versatile Blogger.. You are a popular lady!! Thanks for the inspiration!

    ~Jena
    Caught in the Middle

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  7. Three times the charm! I awarded you the Versatile Blogger award also! Haha! Too funny... If this were kickball, you definitely would not be picked last. :-)

    Heather
    http://looseshoelaces.blogspot.com

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  8. I totally know what you mean about feeling like there aren't a lot of blogs out there for the uppers. I teach third, which is like where you can still be borderline cutesty, but there are SOOO many things out there for Kindergarten and 1st that it does make me feel a little left out at times! I try to make stuff I find adaptable!

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  9. A little late, and hopefully not a dollar short. I'm about a month into the blog world and just came across your blog. Looking forward to following you. :)

    ~Mimi
    5thGradeRocks, 5thGrade Rules

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