You know you're a teacher when. . .

There are some things that come with teaching.  By that I mean, some behaviors or ways of thinking and doing things.  And usually only teachers can understand these oddities, simply because it's what we do.  We live this job, love this job and wouldn't do anything else.

I have two:

Read more at Jeannie's Linky Party over at Kindergarten Lifestyle.  They're precious!

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  1. Hi, I just tagged you- hope you will stop by my blog when you get a chance :)


  2. Thanks for joining my linky party!! Those are great....gosh how can you throw out that great table I need in my classroom??? Duuhhh!!!

    I follow your cute, cute blog!!

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  3. I wish I could find one of those free tables:) I want to paint one and use it for my lap top and document camera.
    Happy almost Valentines Day!

    Grade ONEderful

  4. Totally true. You know you're a teacher when you wake up at night and think about that pencil sharpener and whether or not you can fit it into your budget. Great post!

    First in Maine

  5. Those are perfect! I hopped right over to take another look at that pencil sharpener. A quiet sharpener--- what a concept? One Saturday my husband was sharpening some for me. With the door closed, I could hear it at the end of the hallway! It works okay, but I'm guessing it's about the same age as the building which makes it 40-50 years old. Time to retire it!
     Chrissy

    First Grade Found Me

  6. OH! I missed the post about the quiet pencil sharpner now I am gonna have to go find it and buy one! LOL!

    Misty @
    Think, Wonder, & Teach

  7. Ha! Dee, those are so true! Come by my blog-I have an award for you!

    Peace, Love, and First Grade

  8. Award for you




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