Funny Teacher Week Ecard: Don't tell me teachers don't work in the summer.

rain rain rain.

Everybody wants happiness, nobody wants pain, but you can't have rainbow without a little rain. Can't we remember pain and see a rainbow


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Yes because who can forget the data tracking and test taking and lesson planning and content standards and merit pay and iep meetings and professional development

Same as "Oh, you do daycare?" "Um, yeah I do. I DARE you to try do my job!

Time to re-read the 40htw!

Probably wine for me instead of chocolate . but yeah. :) "How to Write Lesson Plans".sadly, this quote reflects my level of distraction!

This is especially true for my teaching friends in Wisconsin (@Wise Guys). So sad what is going on there, and it's probably just a matter of time before the rest of the country follows unless we all get out and VOTE.

Here's to hoping your students appreciate you more than the government does. Based on my experience its about the same. The students are a little better. Only because they know the government cares little for them also.

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I just told someone yesterday that I was an expert at multitasking because I teach 2 year olds. This is my life summed up in an ecard.

Yes! Proof that youre looking to improve your teaching.

Pinning teaching ideas should get you some kind of professional development credit.I totally agree with this!

Funny Family Ecard: Summer: the time of year when parents realize just how grossly underpaid teachers actually are.

Haha Yeah this is on point. Most parents are so happy when school starts again so the teachers can spend the day with their kids.

Funny Workplace Ecard: 'I am so glad I can go home at 3:30 to relax'..... Said no teacher ever!

Funny Workplace Ecard: 'I am so glad I can go home at to relax'. Said no teacher ever!

Teacher Confession: Once a child is in my class, I will always refer to him as 'one of my kids' - even when he's grown.

Totally true Teacher Confession: Once a child is in my class, I will always refer to him as 'one of my kids' - even when he's grown.

Add endless paperwork, too many meetings, data, assessments, meeting the individual needs of too many children at one time, etc.

Funny and true! The class we should have been offered before we graduated! Let's add lice to that list too.

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