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.
This time of year is so much fun. There are a ton of awesome winter themes that can be used in the classroom. But, my favorite winter theme is gingerbread. I love the way it smells. Plus, the kids love making gingerbread and decorating gingerbread men. Big kids get just as into gingerbread as little […]
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, […]
Groundhog’s Day, Dental Health Month, Black History Month, Valentine’s Day, President’s Day…February really packs in the seasonal topics. With February being just a hop and a skip away, it’s time for another Sharing Sunday linky from all of the authors over at The Primary Peach. Be sure to check out all of the resources, ideas […]
So, December was pretty much a wash around here. I ended up spending a good portion of the moth sick with pneumonia. Yuck! Thankfully, I am finally feeling better, just in time for the start of 2016 and for the January Sharing Sunday linky from all of the authors over at The Primary Peach. We’re reaching out to […]