It seems like everywhere on Facebook there is this craze to sell things. That's a great way to get rid of old stuff and invest in new stuff that you would otherwise pay a pretty penny for. I've been proudly selling things on Amazon and getting some investment back for it. Every penny I can scrape for our future together is going to help pay off all of the obnoxious debt that I complied thanks to my 3.5 Mistake at UW-Green Lame and my 3.5 years of good quality education at Saint Norbert.
Likewise, I bet you are the type that would like to get something out of your things. I sure don't blame you! It seems we are all living in a financially-difficult society. I'd like to help out you out too!
Currently a lot of my things are my co-teachers, who has been more than generous for me to use her things. I sure would have had a boring classroom if I had to start from the ground up last year. But this year 2, where I know what I want my room to look like. What I would want in my room for "best" practice, blah, blah, blah. Plus, it's only fair to contribute, especially since I have advanced myself financially with 2 additional jobs.
Who wouldn't want to make this place a better place for kids?
If you have anything on this list that you are willing to part with for a reasonable price, I would be more than happy to provide you with that service!
Below is my teaching wish list. It's short. It's sweet. It's a good list.
Miss Bielinski's Wish List:
2] Games like Battleship, Scrabble, Boogle [games that have numbers or letters as the main focus. Games that kindergarteners could play.]
3] Collections of things [bunch of paperclips, bottle caps, play coins, soda pop tops, real feathers]
5] Blocks, marbles, jacks, legos [the "old-school" toys]
6] Trains and Cars!
7] Kid art activities [stamps, ink pads, stencils, rulers]
and...please...yes...I could use..
9) Anything Spanish-Friendly!
These things would benefit currently about 90 lovable, cute, and amazing children!
Thanks for reading...more to come soon!