Hi Boys and Girls! I hope you are having a fantastic summer so far! Doesn’t it seem like it’s just flying by? I wanted to share with you some of the fun things I am doing this summer.
In June I traveled to Atlanta, Georgia to attend ISTE which is a huge conference all about using technology in the classroom. This is a photo of me with teachers from around the world that I work with on projects throughout the school year. Besides being from several different states, there are teachers from Canada, South Africa and Australia too! The teacher on the far right is Mrs. Photakis from Australia. Her school received all of the peace cranes that we made for International Peace Day last year. It was a lot of fun to meet all of these teachers in person! I also learned some new fun ways to use technology in our classroom this coming year.
Over the 4th of July weekend, my family and I traveled to Bethany Beach, DE. I love sitting on the beach and reading, riding bikes on the boardwalk and eating ice cream at the shore! This is my family: Mr. Schmidt, Deanna (on my left) and Rebecca (on my right). Deanna is 19 and she attends Cabrini College. Rebecca is 16 and she attends Archbishop Wood High School.
The other day I took my daughters and my nephew, Danny to visit Hershey Park. My favorite part is always the ride through Chocolate World to learn about how Hershey’s Chocolate is made. I love the free candy treat that they give you at the end.
I’ve also been to Sesame Place a few times this year because both of my daughters are working there this summer. Here we are on a rainy day with Zoe.
I’d love to hear about what you have been doing this summer. Please share your summer time fun by leaving a comment on this post. Make sure you have Mom or Dad help you. Click on the word “Comments” under the title of the post (Summer Time Fun) and scroll down the bottom to write a new comment. There are more instructions and a video showing how to do it on the Blogging Guidelines/Commenting Page. Look for that tab at the top of this website above the Welcome banner. Special thanks to Nicholas for leaving the first comment. Enjoy the rest of the summer and I’ll see you soon!