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Thank you Pinterest People!

I just wanted to say thank you to all of my readers who have shared my ideas on Pinterest. This is really special to me because I don’t know any of you in real life and I am not a Pinterest person myself. Actually, I’m sort of clueless about the whole thing.

What’s funny to me is that the most shared idea is for CVC Flip Books. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not knocking my own project. It’s just weird how social sharing and the web works. Out of all of the ideas I’ve ever blogged about; it’s funny that it is CVC Flip Books that was the most popular.

If I was a pinner on Pinterest, these are the two ideas from my blog that I would share. I can’t take credit for creating these lessons, just blogging about them. I learned about both of these math activities from master educators when I was teaching third grade.

Peanut Buttering (Reducing) Fractions

Square Numbers and Square Roots

Probably if I wasn’t spending my free time blogging, I’d be pinning away. Or if I was a better blogger, I’d have a Facebook page for Teaching My Baby to Read and also be on Pinterest. But then I wouldn’t have any time to write my blog. 🙂 So once again, I’d like to give BIG thank you to those of you who are on Pinterest, and who have brought my ideas there for me.


3 Comments

  1. JenRay says:

    I pin stuff that I see on blogs that I can see myself using – and I use a fair amount. I very recently started following your blog, and pinned something. So you can probably expect more. (And I pinned your peanut buttering fractions today – for use a long while from now!) Thanks for all the good (pinnable) content!

  2. Jenn @ Home is Where You Start From says:

    I love pinterest!!! but saying that, I do know it can be addicting and a time-suck, but oh how I love looking at it!

    it’s funny the posts that take off and become popular. I will click over and make sure I am following your boards 🙂

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