Today, my oldest daughter and I spent some time making marbleized 4-leaf clovers decorations to hang up around the house. Marbleizing paper is one of our favorite quick art activities. It looks a lot harder than it actually is and while it can get a little messy a quick rinse cleans it all up. It really is worth a try if you’ve never done it before. Here’s how.
We’ve been studying maps. It sounds kinda boring doesn’t it? LOL…I thought so too until I started planning our activities. It turns out that this is now one of my favorite topics to teach. There’s just so many really cool activities you can do with maps. Since we had planned to take a trip over […]
There’s just a few weeks until Christmas. I’m not sure where the time went! Anyway, my family, especially my girls’ grandparents, always want pictures of my kids for Christmas. Plus, the girls L-O-V-E to make presents. So,why not combine the two into some fabulous photo gifts that the kids can make? After deciding to make […]
Oh my goodness, It’s almost March. The year is flying by and spring is just around the corner. It’s also time for another Sharing Sunday with all of my blogging buddies over at the Primary Peach. So, when you get to the bottom of this post, be sure to check out all of the resources, […]
It’s been awhile since I’ve written a Five for Friday post, but since we’ve had a fun week with lots to share I figured this would be a good week to hop back into the linky party. So, here’s some of what we’ve been up to this week.Like many teachers, I have a thing for books. In fact, my whole family loves books. So, when my husband and I had some time to kill before we could pick up my daughter from her extracurricular activities, we decided to go to the bookstore. I fell in love with one particular book, “Sophie May and the Shoe Untying Fairy.” Y’all, it’s just too cute!