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Friday, March 13, 2015

Lucky You! Lopez Land Learners Style!

I have so much to thank me lucky charms for this March 17th and to celebrate I am hooking up with some amazing bloggers to get you in a Leprechaun and Luck mood!!
If you are looking at my blog page, you will see it has been neglected since last October! In November, I suffered a brain aneurism and had to have surgery.  After 12 days in the hospital and 4 months of stay at home recovering and recuperating, my body finally cooperated with me as I knew it was time to start to slowly work back into my own self.  I am extremely fortunate, I know that! It is so unfortunate that so many people are not as lucky as I am when it comes to receiving medical attention in time.  I am not back to work in my classroom yet, but every day I work more and more to obtain that goal.  I look great, fabulous I hear, but the brain takes a lot longer to heal than any other organ according to my neurologist, so I am left in slow mode. I am thankful I have this time to recover. In the past 4 months, I have worked up my stamina and ability to use an electronic device for an increased amount of minutes.
 
I love technology and my students really enjoy scanning QR Codes! I created a writing cube for you where all you need to do to enjoy it is to copy the cube template onto cardstock, as many as you need for your class (mine share during reading team) cut out the template, fold along the dotted lines, glue works best to hold it together, and wahhh lahhh, you have a 6 sided cube with 6 different writing prompts for your students to enjoy about St. Patrick's Day.  Just click for your very own. St. Patrick's Day QR Code Writing Prompt Cube
 
https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/St-Patricks-Day-QR-Code-Writing-Prompt-Cube-1761660




May you have an amazing St. Patrick's Day filled with the luck of the IRISH and as many pots of gold as you can carry! But before you walk off, follow the rainbow over to 2SmartWenches and see what lucky charm they have in store for you!





16 comments:

  1. What a cool idea! A QR code cube! Love it!
    So glad you're doing better. Take it easy and best wishes on your recovery. : )
    Thanks for the freebie!
    Ali
    Teaching Powered by Caffeine

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    1. Thanks Ali!! Great seeing your smiling face, even though it is mini sized on my screen!! Enjoy the QR Code!

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  2. Wow - that is a scary health scare! Glad that you have been able to take the time to focus on your recovery. Thanks for sharing the QR code cube.

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    1. Thank you!! Trust me, scary health scares kick you in the behind to really evaluate what life is all about! Have a great spring!

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  3. Oh my goodness!!! I am so glad that you are doing better!!! How scary!!!! Take care of yourself!!! And this is such a cute idea!!! Thanks so much for taking the time to share it!!! Prayers for you!!
    Amanda

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    1. Thanks Amanda! Enjoy the QR Code! Happy Spring!

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  4. Oooooh! We love QR codes! Thank you for sharing! Sorry to hear about your health issue, but I'm glad you are OK! My friend had a stroke a few years ago at 34. She is perfectly healed today. The brain is an amazing organ! Take care! :)

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    1. I am so happy to hear about your friend! She is remarkable! I totally agree with you about the brain! Just thinking about all of its important functions, wears me out! Enjoy the code!

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  5. This is awesome!! I've never tried QR codes on a cube!! You must feel especially lucky to be recovering from a brain aneurysm!! I can't imagine. Sending continued healing prayers!!

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    1. Thanks Kathie! Your students will totally dig the QR Code. You just need to have a device with a QR Code scanner on it. Those apps are free to download. I really like QRReader! smooth and it keeps a history so you can tell if the student has scanned all of the assigned work. I feel so lucky I can't even describe it most days! Thank you for your prayers! Those have helped me so much already!

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  6. I LOVE QR codes and so do the kiddos! What a great freebie, thank you!
    FlapJack

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    1. Oh Miss FlapJAck! I know you love QR Codes!! Thanks for swinging by!!

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  7. Thank you Susan! My students love using QR codes.
    2 Smart Wenches

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    1. Yay Martha!! Whatever they love to use to work, I say let's give it to them before they smarten up too fast and realize they are working but loving it!

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  8. Definitely sending prayers your way! You are very blessed. Thank you for the freebie~

    Tina
    Crofts' Classroom

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    1. Thank you Tina! I am 1000% blessed! Hard to believe sometimes.. I am so glad you stopped by! Enjoy the QR Code!

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