No matter where you go, Drake’s summer hit “In My Feelings” will always be on repeat. It’s practically ingrained into summer 2018 culture at this point. And thanks to Shiggy’s viral challenge, there is no escaping the latter.
So, to capitalize on the success of Drake’s mega-hit, “In My Feelings,” some cool and very creative teachers around the country have flipped the catchy chorus in an effort to inspire their students to read and write.
Check out some examples of the bulletin board artwork below:
— Busbee Elementary (@BusbeeElem) August 21, 2018
My classroom door, feat. Drake, is ready for the first day of school tomorrow. #TheHateUGive by @angiecthomas is the centerpiece because it’s amazing and I hope all my students read it. pic.twitter.com/wc4A363ijb
— Devil Jack-o-lantern🎃 (@Devbot4) August 20, 2018
— Rachelle Mievre (@RMievre) August 14, 2018
And some teachers get an A+ for going the extra mile and including the popular Cardi Bb meme as well!
— Nancy Miranda (@nancyfromdc) August 19, 2018
— Lakisha Pope (@Lakisha213) August 21, 2018
Yes, it seems corny. But let’s be honest, kids are products of their environment. So if a little Drake is needed to get kids to read, then so be it.
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