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Lauren Carr
Social Justice Educator | First Grade Teacher | | LAUSD Rookie Teacher of the Year | Alum | Book Lover
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Lauren Carr Feb 19
After reading When Aidan became a Brother one of my students shared “Once Aidan cut his hair he looked just like he felt.” Such a sweet story about being yourself!
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Lauren Carr Feb 19
We’ve been working hard on our math conversations. Today I heard: “I would like to add on to... “ “I agree with S because...” I wonder... and I notice...
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Lauren Carr Feb 19
To celebrate us being a California Distinguished School my Principal gave each teacher a U with three words that describe us!
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Lauren Carr Feb 19
Replying to @KarinaYanGlaser
Picture books! 😍
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Karina Yan Glaser Feb 19
✨New Giveaway!✨Follow & R/T to enter! Indicate which box you would like in the comments(middle grade or picture book). I’ll add signed copies of Vanderbeekers 1 & 2 in the MG box.✨I’m doing this every 2 weeks, so stay tuned! Contest ends 2/19 @ 9pm EST. US only.
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Lauren Carr Feb 15
Today was the last week of Camp Sankofa’s Coding and Robotics Camp for Pk-1st graders! They learned how to code Botley, worked with Ozobots and became robot engineers!
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Lauren Carr Feb 14
We counted a lot of candy hearts today! I saw my students collaborating, using place value and having fun! So proud of the work they did today!
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Lauren Carr Feb 12
When inspires your math problem. (And yes I did play the Homecoming welcome before we unpacked the problem.)
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Stacey Joy, NBCT Feb 12
We are a California Distinguished School in the category of Closing the Achievement Gap. We are doing the work to promote academic achievement for ALL students! 🤩🎊💫💛💙 Board Member George McKenna came out to show his appreciation.
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Stacey Joy, NBCT Feb 11
thank you for sharing this book! We shared thoughts, connections & questions. But most of all, after reading their reactions, I know my scholars want people to be loved and respected, and want us to feel free to be ourselves! thank you!❤️💜
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Lauren Carr Feb 11
So proud of the work you and your students are doing! This makes me so happy! ❤️
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Lauren Carr Feb 10
Celebrated our school being a 2020 California Distinguished School at Disneyland today! So proud!
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Lauren Carr Feb 8
This is SO cool! Great idea!
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Lauren Carr Feb 7
Had an open discussion today with my first graders using these amazing resources! We discussed civil rights for the LGBTQ+ community, Marsha P. Johnson, and the importance of inclusion.
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Lauren Carr Feb 6
This student used place value blocks to help count her collection! She even exchanged some of her ones for 10s. Next steps will be to get her to represent her thinking on paper and exchange 10s for 100s. Other ideas?
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Lauren Carr Feb 6
Since I wore my Obama earrings it was only fitting that we celebrate my favorite First Lady, Michelle Obama!
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Lauren Carr Feb 6
SO excited to add these books to my classroom!!
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Yara shahidi Feb 5
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Lauren Carr Feb 5
We celebrated black hair with ’s Crown: An Ode to the Fresh Cut! We shared how we feel after we get our hair done and how our hair makes us so unique.
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Lauren Carr Feb 4
My student teacher did a lesson on being an expert and one of my students wrote that she is an expert in sassiness!
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