Something Strange has made its way into my shared Google Drive, y’all. I’ve been thinking a LOT about the letter from Stranger Things and how beautiful, poignant, and meaningful it is, on many levels.
I’ve been thinking of how it so applies to our students, too. The hurt and change they go through often happens in our classrooms, and we’re the ones hoping to guide them through it with as much grace and love as we can. It’s in these moments where we might be frustrated, mad, sad, etc. But it’s also here where we hope our kids leave the door open three inches for us. Enough to peek in, check on them, and allow them room to grow from hurt and change. The question is, how can we make sure they know to leave the door open? How are you making sure your students know to leave the door open a crack? 💡
You can find both versions of the poster in my Classroom Decor folder in my shared Google Drive, linked in my bio! The first version is in a true @strangerthingstv