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Fill Your Basket Blog Hop

Happy Easter and welcome to the Fill Your Basket Blog Hop from Freebie-licous! I am partnering up with some wonderful ladies to bring you a basket full of treats! You will definitely want to visit ALL of the bloggers to stock up on lots of great freebies. Click the image below

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

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

Coffee Filter Flowers Tutorial

Did you know you can make beautiful, full flowers with your students with coffee filters and pipe cleaners? It’s a very simple, inexpensive spring craft project that the kids will love! Supplies Needed markers coffee filters (1-4 per flower) spray water bottle wax paper pipe cleaner table liner Step 1:

More Ideas for the Blessed Mother

May Crowning was on Friday and it was beautiful as always. The principal kept a careful eye on the weather (it was very overcast all day) and gave the “green light” to process around the school 10 minutes before the ceremony was to begin. And of course, the minute we

Placemats and Letters to Mom: More Projects for our Tea Party

This week we put finishing touches on some big projects. First, the kids wrote letters to their Moms. Remember the super-cute “Forever Bouquets” my kiddos made last week? We mounted the letters onto the back of each child’s handprint art project then laminated the finished product to create a lasting

Lenten Crosses for Kinders

Today my students made “stained glass” crosses to display in the windows. The crosses are perfect for Lent and the bright colors are perfect for SPRING! I have lots of bright colors in my classroom and these crosses were the perfect addition. The best thing about this project is that

Rainbow Painting Windsock Art for St. Patrick’s Day

I have been LOVING the beautiful weather that has finally come our way. Last week I finally removed the last of my classroom’s snowflake decorations and was desperate for something bright and cheery I could use as a replacement.  So, I got creative and a little bit crafty. Low and

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