My students have had a blast learning about Inauguration Day! I know that there are many differing opinions about our most recent Presidential election. However, I think it is really important to teach our children that they have a voice. I developed a unit on Donald Trump to use with my students. You can find it here: Donald Trump Craftivity… Read More
Aniston is obsessed with Play-Doh at the moment. We’ve had plenty of fun with a few of the kits you can buy, but I’m not a fan of the way it smells and the residue it leaves on your fingers. Plus Aniston LOVES to get up on the counter and cook with me. I found a Homemade Gingerbread Play Dough… Read More
If you’re like me you are constantly thinking of ways to motivate your students to get excited about writing…. The kids and I were excited to jump back in the swing of things after our Christmas break. I always like to display any books about snow in the month of January. We live in Tennessee and so an inch or… Read More
I love planning hands-on activities for my toddler. Several months ago I had seen various pins about making Moon Dough AKA Moon Sand or Cloud Dough. I was intrigued. I looked through some recipes and changed it just a bit. Moon Dough 8 c. flour (I used self-rising since my husband picked it up on accident.) 1 1/4 c. baby oil… Read More
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