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Butterfly Bingo Dotter Symmetry Fun and a FREEBIE

Last week I shared photos of my sweet young friends creating butterfly window decorations using the wax from discarded crayons. I also seized the opportunity to teach symmetry and apply the concept by decorating butterflies with bingo dotters. The project was SUPER SIMPLE and I am so happy to walk you

Stained Glass Melted Crayon Butterflies

I recently had two of my favorite sweetie-pies return to my classroom for a little visit and some butterfly fun! We worked on SEVERAL fun butterfly-themed projects… one of which was this set of  brightly “stained glass” decorations. I usually create window decorations with clear contact paper and tissue paper,

Celebrate Earth Day All Week Long

Happy Earth Day! I’m a little late to the party, but it’s never too late to share a great idea. We will be celebrating Earth Day in my classroom all week long and hopefully you will too, so you can use some of these inspirational ideas later this week! Today

Rainbow Wind Socks Revisited

This week I am filled with warm, fuzzy feelings of nostalgia and awe. You know how kids get SO excited for their birthdays? They wait and wait and wait and FINALLY it arrives and (as far as they’re concerned) it’s the greatest day ever and the whole world is revolving

St. Patrick’s Day Activities, Emergent Reader & a Freebie!

I love St. Patrick’s Day. It’s a great day to wear some green, get a little silly, and just shake things up a little as we eagerly look forward to Spring Break. If you need some festive activities to keep your students engaged, look no further! I have some great ideas

RAINBOW FEVER

This week I came to the realization that I am done with winter. I’m tired of cold, snow, wind, ice, sleet, and gray skies.  So I began a personal crusade in my classroom to get rid of every wintery image. Snowflakes, snowmen, blue decor, everything – GONE. My new mantra has

Dazzling Paper Plate Snowflakes

I woke up this morning to the sweetest sound any teacher can ever dream of: the sound of a phone ringing to tell me it was a SNOW DAY. I am not a big fan of the cold or snow, but I live for Snow Days! In honor of my

Festive Winter Window Decor and a Freebie

This week my I entered my post-Christmas classroom and instantly felt the need to freshen it up and bring a little “winter wonderland” into our learning environment. We arrived at school on Monday with a fresh blanket of snow outside and it only seemed appropriate to add some wintry fun

Halloween Treats and Fun

Need a little inspiration for Halloween? Look no further! Monster Jugs I have been LOVING all things monster this season. We have been reading the book Go Away, Big Green Monster over and over again in my kindergarten classroom. This book is one of my all-time favorites and my students

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