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You Know It’s Summer When…

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I couldn’t resist this You Know It’s Summer When… linky party! Go to Jeannie’s blog:  Kindergarten Lifestyle to join in.

 If you click the picture above you can actually read the alarm screen shot. Here is a shot of it enlarged.

This is the battle my NOT A MORNING PERSON self goes through every morning during the school year.
Some morning go better than others.
I have tried so very hard to become a “morning person” but sadly, I think it’s genetically impossible for this girl.
   
How do you know when it’s summer vacation?

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Stephanie Stewart

Stephanie Stewart

Hi, I' Stephanie! I’m always looking for new ways to put a creative twist on the standards and I love helping primary teachers do the same in their classroom. Think of me as your virtual teaching partner right down the hall. I can’t wait to share new lesson ideas, teaching tips, and engaging K-2 resources with you!

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  1. I have built in 10 minute snoozes, so I use those instead of different alarms. HOWEVER, I have alarms set for 5, 5:30, and 6, because I have a bad habit of turning off the alarm.

    I'm with you- I've tried to become a morning person, but it's just not possible!

    Tessa
    Tales From Outside the Classroom

  2. Wow! I'm your 100th follower! Congrats on meeting that milestone!!!
    I love the alarm clock snap shot! I laughed so hard my husband came to see what was so funny. I've never been a morning person. Too bad my toddlers don't realize that just because the sun is up doesn't mean we have to get up!
    Sophia
    How Cute Is This!

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