I can’t believe it is already December! The time of year following Halloween seems to just fly by so fast! Having holidays to celebrate during this time certainly adds a lot of fun! This month I have another fun freebie just for you! It’s a Christmas themed one, so if you’re lucky enough to be able to celebrate in the… Read More
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Happy November! A new month means a new “treasure” for all of my friends out there! I hope your school is lucky enough to have a short week the week of Thanksgiving. My district usually has teachers and students in school on Monday and Tuesday of that week. Because it’s a two day school week, we would take a short… Read More
The 50th day of school can be a day for great celebration! Typically, early elementary classes celebrate the 100th day of school and engage in a variety of activities that involve the number 100. Why not celebrate getting halfway to 100?! If you’re not familiar with celebrating the 50th day of school, it’s very similar to celebrating the 100th day…. Read More
Way back in 2012, I created a cute, free, printable topper that I attached to a beach ball to give to my students as an end of the year gift from me. Beach balls are relatively easy to find at the end of the school year (and they are quite affordable!). What I eventually started doing was buying beach balls… Read More
Happy Holidays!! It’s that time of year where things start getting exciting! Christmas is right around the corner and will be here before we know it! It also means it’s time again for the TPT Winter Holiday Ebook!! In case you aren’t familiar with the book, it’s basically become a TPT tradition. Every December a group of sellers join together… Read More
I, like many other teachers, jumped on the Erin Condren Teacher Planner bandwagon. I have always typed and printed my lesson plans and taped them into the ugly, generic ,lesson plan book the school provides. (Want $10 off your first Erin Condren order? See link at bottom of post!) I decided to be brave and try handwriting my lesson plans this… Read More