Pickles and Ketchup Printable
My students love to "play" pickles and ketchup on Friday afternoons. First print then cut the cards in half to make to two signs. Laminate and attach magnets to each of signs. Then on Fridays, I place them on the board. Anyone who has turned in all of their assignments is a "pickle" and I write th...
I'm A Thief!!!
Yep, I admit it. I have stolen several ideas this year, mostly found on Pinterest . THE EVIDENCE: This tree is outside my art room...
Melting Snowman Cookies
There was a time in my life, where I looked forward with glee to snow days. Snow days meant sleeping late, missing school, sitting inside in...
13 Fun, DIY Halloween Crafts for Kids
Now that I’ve taken the year off of work to stay home with my girls, I’ve been on the hunt for fun activities to entertain my preschooler while I’m otherwise occupied with my baby. I usually try to involve her in whatever I’m doing – she loves to help with the dishes, vacuum, and assist with diaper changes, and we seriously have the best tea parties, but when I’m nursing a distractible five-month-old I need to bring out the big guns – arts and crafts.
Anchor Chart Gallery
It's spring cleaning time in my classroom (are you in that mood, too?) and I'm sorting through all of my anchor charts, taking some down to ...
50 Outdoor Summer Activities For Kids
If you're looking for a summer bucket list, we've got you! Our list of 50 outdoor summer activities for kids at home will help you unplug and enjoy some fresh air.
Check Your Paper!
This is a freebie for you to use in your classroom. A good reminder for students to check their papers to make sure they have done all they need to do before turning in work. Cute!!
I know it’s a little late in the school year to show you my classroom but I wanted to beef up my blog. Here’s what I got! My doorway C...
Three Things This Tuesday
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