May Currently

I'm linking up with Oh Boy 4th Grade for another Currently!

Here is May!

It's currently Saturday morning in Australia. I have the laptop on my lap, the TV on, the heater going and the puppy outside going crazy! I could probably stay here all day, but I better not! Cleaning is calling....

I am loving that finally two months in Autumn, the leaves are finally starting to change colour! School is going to look beautiful over the next week - I love the cold, rain and the fact I can wear my Ugg Boots! If only I could wear them to school!

Lots to do this weekend so I am hoping it goes nice and slow.

I need to get a few things sorted in the spare room so I can get into my crafty cupboard and have some fun - I haven't made any cards since Christmas and I need some time!

Have you checked out Paula's Place? Paula is currently teaching Grades 5/6 but she taught Kindergarten last year, so she has great resources across the levels! She is a leader in her school and I love reading her posts! Check out her blog!
Paulas Place
Have a great weekend!


  1. It's so funny that I happened across your blog today because my class is learning about the seasons and why it would be the opposite season in Australia. We watched a really cute video about it with a buffalo from the US going to visit a kangaroo in Australia. It really helped my kids understand it. I don't know if it is something you teach, but here's the video:
    By the way, I love your blog design!

  2. I got UGG's winter boots this year. Pure love! Our trees are just beginning to bud in Canada as your leaves change and fall. Funny! I hope you have a great weekend. (I'm already a loyal follower of you.) :-)
    Grade 4 Buzz

  3. I'm also hoping for a slow weekend. :-) I would love some crafty time too!


  4. I love the cold, rainy weather too! I have my Uggly Uggs on today (Dunlop Volley uggs) - so warm and comfy!

    Luck's Little Learners

  5. See...that is what this blogging thing is about. You stopped by mine...I stopped by yours. Love your science TPT products. I get to teach science all day to over 400 K-5th graders. We grow a huge school garden and next week our veggies and seeds go in the ground! Thanks for checking my blog out!

    Renee at The Science School Yard


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