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Furry Friends Linky! *2D Shapes Freebie
Several things today.
So I know I just recently mentioned my little fuzzy pants in a post, but when I saw how precious this graphic was from Soaring Through Second, and what a cute linky party it was, I decided to reblog. (reblog: v. to blog again)
These are my little fuzzers.
This is Lucy. Lucy was dropped off at my house one morning by somebody who found her in his backyard. She was just a little ball of fluff with a face back then.
Lucy is a great dog. People who don’t like dogs like her. She’s smart and learns quickly, which is good, because even though I’m good at teaching children, I know next to nothing about teaching dogs. With Lucy, I still feel like the dog whisperer. That’s how smart she is. She knows what I want her to do when I don’t know how to tell her to do it. Smarty Pants.
From Lucy, I’ve learned:
Just be nice. People like that.
This is Penny. Penny is a dachsund who was given to me by one of my students about five years ago. He and his family had to get rid of her, so she became mine. She has diabetes, the poor baby. When I feed her in the morning, she gets so excited that she bounces on her three-inch-legs.
From Penny, I’ve learned
the value of a good appetite.
This is The Professor. I got him from someone whose cat had kittens and they didn’t know where to put them. He’s a smarty pants, too. He looks like he’s dead, but he’s not. This is his preferred position: back on the floor, legs (usually all four, unlike this picture) in the air. Out of the two cats, he’s the boss.
From the Professor, I’ve learned:
Let it hang loose. Who cares, anyway?
This is Jeannie. Jeannie’s a weenie. But I didn’t know that when I named her. Just got lucky. She meows incessantly for attention. She wants to be loved, but is terrified of attention.
From Jeannie, I’ve learned:
If you need some love, ask for it!
As you can see, some of my lessons are conflicting. I guess it depends on whether you’re in a dog mood or a cat mood; a safe mood or a dangerous mood. Lately, I’ve been in a dog mood. In the winter, I’m more of a cat.
This may not be normal; I really don’t know. Pets are lovely. Until you have to clean up their poop.
Two: Teacher’s Notebook Sale through Monday. Go grab some cheap stuff!
Three: New 2D Shapes Pack for second & third grade.
Grab it at TPT or Teacher’s Notebook!
I love all your fur babies and what you've learned from them 🙂
Journey of a Substitute Teacher
Thank you for the freebies. These will be great in my geometry file!
Your pets are so cute!
Your fur babies are adorable!!! Thank you for sharing them! And I love what they've taught you! So simple, yet so true! The Professor looks like my sister's old cat, Chettie Lee Allen. 🙂 Have a great Sunday and thank you for sharing them all! 🙂
LOVE all your furbabies! We do learn such great lessons from them, don't we!? I have linked up to the party to share my sweet Maggie Bleu! Hope you can drop by!
The Teacher's Chatterbox
Your furbabies have the BEST names!!!!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher
Awww, I love them all. My kitty lays on her back like that all stretched out, right in the middle of the living room, so that you will scratch her belly. Then she falls asleep in the same position.
Luckily my kitties use the neighborhood as their litter box:) Thank you for the freebie as well!!
Surfin' Through Second
Awe I love your furry babies! They are super cute! I will have to check out your shapes unit!
I love your post and your very sweet babies!
Ruby Slippers Blog Designs
LOL!! The professor cracks me up!!!! 🙂
Live Laugh and Love to Learn
Congratulations!!!! You and Lucy, Penny, The Professor and Jeannie won the dog tag from the furry friends linky!!! Please email me at email@example.com so I can get your prize to you! 🙂 Have a great weekend!!!