2017-18 Winter Opener: Flippity MadLibs

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Vanessa Clark

Select a story from this page to complete a MadLib. Copy and paste the result here to share your story with the rest of Cadre.

You can find instructions to create Flippity MadLibs of your own on the Flippity website.

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Vanessa Clark

Bend group's story:

Mr. McDonald, Help! I started using Internet Explorer for the fifth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I showed for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 7 class periods already today and the students just drink at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. McDonald. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m hairy your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to swim sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to conjugate verbs. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely talland I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s eat at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more bald.

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Christina VanNice

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher

Mr. Leonard, Help! I started using Chrome for the fourth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I thought for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 7 class periods already today and the students just skipped at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Leonard. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m green your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to sat sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to solve one-step equations. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely metallic and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s whistled at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more blustry.

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Mindy Barron

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher

Mr. Barron, Help! I started using Google for the 6th time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I traveled for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 3 class periods already today and the students just run at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Barron. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m huge your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to jump sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to add 3-digit numbers. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely slow and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s eat at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more yellow.

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Amber Utter

Building Administrator: First Day of School

Each August, school begins and educators can often be found lovely implementing new dogs in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The Mrs.Bacon had received a grant, supplying each student with chrome book for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Utter, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be fast. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of chickens booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other running their settings. Ms. Utter poked her head into multiple goats throughout the day. Students were coming up with big passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to skipping their ideas. Even the beautiful network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have ran for.

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Athena Nelson

Mrs. Beiber started the first day of school purple to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The 17th graders started wandering into her room about 2 minutes before school started. She greeted each student by frogging them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our cardigan! Find your iphone and have a seat.” She started class by asking crackers to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to skipping this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn ELA, exclaiming, “I love pebble!” Another student said they were looking forward to BINGO on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. Beiber could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Angela Theriault

Classroom Teacher: First Day of School Mrs. McSmarty started the first day of school curious to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The third graders started wandering into her room about seven minutes before school started. She greeted each student by laughing them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our book! Find your tree and have a seat.” She started class by asking computers to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to falling this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn math, exclaiming, “I love door!” Another student said they were looking forward to read aloud on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. McSmarty could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Nicholas Leonard

Mrs. Brisket started the first day of school early to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The third graders started wandering into her room about 24 minutes before school started. She greeted each student by attacking them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our computer! Find your horse and have a seat.” She started class by asking eggs to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to dancing this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn math, exclaiming, “I love barn!” Another student said they were looking forward to running on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. Brisket could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Emilee Oja

Classroom Teacher: First Day of School Mrs. Williams started the first day of school sleepy to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The tenth graders started wandering into her room about 1 minutes before school started. She greeted each student by running them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our dog! Find your school and have a seat.” She started class by asking students to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to puking this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn history, exclaiming, “I love door!” Another student said they were looking forward to dodgeball on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. Williams could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Heidi Paullus

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher Mr. Jingleheimerschmidt, Help! I started using chrome for the fifth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I developed for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 42 class periods already today and the students just cry at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Jingleheimerschmidt. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m amazing your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to drive sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to students will line up . I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely stinky and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s talk at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more pretty .

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Kevin Kretschmer

Classroom Teacher: First Day of School Mrs. Worrisome started the first day of school sweaty to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The third graders started wandering into her room about 7 minutes before school started. She greeted each student by crying them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our toilet! Find your bird and have a seat.” She started class by asking desks to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to pounding this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn science, exclaiming, “I love pencil!” Another student said they were looking forward to red rover on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. Worrisome could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Dalton Sheets

Classroom Teacher: First Day of School Mrs. Paopao started the first day of school red to meet her students and encourage their love of learning. The fifth graders started wandering into her room about 24 minutes before school started. She greeted each student by conjoling them in the eye and saying, “Welcome to our cafeteria! Find your gym and have a seat.” She started class by asking buildings to introduce themselves and tell everyone what they were looking forward to running this year. She said, “I want all of you to be Empowered Learners!” One student indicated they were excited to learn math, exclaiming, “I love pencil shavings!” Another student said they were looking forward to playing cards on the chromebooks. Each student built on the excitement of the student before and Mrs. Paopao could tell that they would soon be a thriving community of learners.

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Melissa Lim

Mary Sizemore, Clatskanie

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher Mr. Smart, Help! I started using Firefox for the third time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I stowed for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 7 class periods already today and the students just eat at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Smart. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m shiny your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to smacks sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to ability to count to 10. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely slimy and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s sleep at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more purple.

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Ryan Gangwish

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher Mr. Trump, Help! I started using AOL for the twelfth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I irradicated for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 6801 class periods already today and the students just value at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Trump. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m gregarious your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to think sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to identify two verbs. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely loud and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s punctuate at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more bold.

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Erin Lair

Each July, school begins and educators can often be found humbly implementing new radiators in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The helicopter had received a grant, supplying each student with dongle for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Strutz, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be red. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of soccer balls booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other karate chopped their settings. Ms. Strutz poked her head into multiple bull whips throughout the day. Students were coming up with hard passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to projectile vomit their ideas. Even the lumpy network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have died for.

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Shawn Farrens

Building Administrator: First Day of School Each February, school begins and educators can often be found delisciosly implementing new power strips in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The unicorn had received a grant, supplying each student with dongle for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Trump, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be green. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of Eagles booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other cry their settings. Ms. Trump poked her head into multiple Tranformers throughout the day. Students were coming up with zippy passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to swimming their ideas. Even the wet network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have jump for.

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Sonia Lulay

Mr. Frizzle, Help! I started using Netscape for the Fiftieth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I Fell for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 237 class periods already today and the students just Buzz at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Frizzle. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m Crispy your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to Twist sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to To support opinion with text evidence. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely Squishy and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s Stomp at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more Fragrant .

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Elizabeth Rossmiller

Mr. Johnson, Help! I started using Internet Explorer for the eigth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I ran for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 47 class periods already today and the students just eat at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Johnson. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m bouncy your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to slither sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to summarize the text. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely smooth and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s write at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more ugly.

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Linda Vanderford

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher Mr. Smith, Help! I started using Waterfox for the third time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I hindered for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 1138 class periods already today and the students just mystifiy at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Smith. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m happily your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to eating sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to diagram a sentence. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely slowly and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s procrastinate at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more gigantic.

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Whitney Harvey

Mr. Poindexter, Help! I started using Netscape for the eleventy time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I exited for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 63 class periods already today and the students just dry at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Poindexter. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m hairy your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to sniffle sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to dividing fractions . I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely chaffed and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s coast at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more squishy .

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Amy Gertenrich-Dwyer

Mr. LImm, Help! I started using Chrome for the 57 time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I walked for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 101 class periods already today and the students just dance at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. LImm. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m beautiful your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to dance sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to become more knowledgeable in technology . I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely purple and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s swim at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more large.

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Nancy Griffith

Building Administrator: First Day of School Each March, school begins and educators can often be found strangely implementing new puppies in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The water had received a grant, supplying each student with ipad for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Johnson, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be happy. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of children booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other flipping their settings. Ms. Johnson poked her head into multiple rocks throughout the day. Students were coming up with sweaty passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to trip their ideas. Even the stinky network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have rested for.

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Ryan Zeedyk

Building Administrator: First Day of School Each August, school begins and educators can often be found swimmingly implementing new cars in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The cactus had received a grant, supplying each student with keyboard for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Smith, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be spectacular. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of fishes booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other run their settings. Ms. Smith poked her head into multiple goats throughout the day. Students were coming up with huge passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to sleep their ideas. Even the tiny network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have spectated for.

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Cindy Drouhard

Instructional Coach With a Panicked Teacher Mr. Cena, Help! I started using Netscape Navigator for the fifth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I obsessed for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 8675309 class periods already today and the students just sweats at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Cena. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m crazed your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to flapped sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to Teacher will be able to function as described on baseline level of teacher evaluation rubric. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely hilarious and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s flails at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more ill-informed.

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Jamie Stiles

Mr. Brady, Help! I started using Penguin for the seventeenth time and IT WON’T WORK! Everything I wretched for class today is online and I don’t know what I’m going to do! I’ve had 77 class periods already today and the students just hop at me all day. What am I going to do?!? Well, Mr. Brady. I’m glad you came to see me and I’m punctual your planning period is so late! I bet both of us would feel better if I’d been able to drive sooner. What is your learning objective for today? I really want my students to be able to analyze informational text to find author’s bias. I spent lots of time making sure it was absolutely boisterous and I don’t know what went wrong. Let’s guzzle at this together. I bet we can figure this out and make you more raucous.

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Linda Saling

Building Administrator: First Day of School

Each July, school begins and educators can often be found slowly implementing new pizzas in their classrooms. This year, they would also be implementing new technology. The bicycle had received a grant, supplying each student with dongle for learning. The building administrator, Ms. Dingleheimer, coordinated with the district Instructional Technology staff to ensure that her teachers would be sweaty. After the first bell rang, a quiet descended in the halls, but soon the electronic chime of tetherballs booting up filled the air. The volume had been left on the highest setting, and it was as if a chorus erupted around the school. This was no concern to the students though, as soon as the devices were booted, students around the school were helping each other snore their settings. Ms. Dingleheimer poked her head into multiple dog collars throughout the day. Students were coming up with dirty passwords, setting personal learning goals, accessing a variety of research tools, and choosing digital tools to crawl their ideas. Even the stealthy network connection seemed to be holding up to all the use. This first day was smoother than she could have vaulted for.