With only 3 days of school last week, we’ve been playing catch up! This week we continued to discuss Inauguration Day. You can find the resource here! Donald Trump Craftivity and Writing Project Students loved the White House coloring page.I asked them to color the windows and cut it out. Most of my students decided to paste it on a… Read More
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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