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Teaching Peace to Kids and MLK resources... Start here.....

Hello Friends,

I just posted on our Blog Hoppin' blog with a few ideas for teaching peace and acceptance to kids. There are also links to some amazing MLK resources that were written by my friends at Blog Hoppin'. My newest resource can be found there as well as in my TPT store.

Click the image below to take you to my TPT store.....

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/I-CAN-BE-A-PEACEFUL-KID-Picture-books-and-activities-for-teaching-peacefulness-2962904

If you click the image below, it will take you to my Blog Hoppin' post.... there you will also find a few freebies.....

http://imbloghoppin.blogspot.com/2017/01/peaceful-kids-and-martin-luther-king-jr.html
Until next time,

Blessings,

A Winter Snowman Math Craftivity - Freebie

Hello Friends,

I thought that I would share with you a winter math project that is easy to do and requires little prep.


First, fold 12" x 18" blue construction paper lengthwise. Unfold. Tell children that they will be painting 2 snowmen; one on each side of the fold. My students used sponges to paint both the ground line and snowmen. Before they began painting, I told the kids to make sure that they left room for the words on the bottom of the paper.

They then added details with paint and scrapbook paper. After both snowmen were created, students  added buttons to each snowman. Each snowman must have a different amount of buttons. We used large sequins glued onto the wet paint with white glue for buttons.

When each snowman was finished, they completed the math sheet and glued to the bottom of the paper.



Click HERE for the words.

Until next time!

Blessings,



Happy New Year pack - Hello 2017!

Hello my friends,

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Happy-New-Year-Resolutions-For-Little-Kids-2277878Well..... the end of 2016 certainly ended with a bang for me... While skiing in Wisconsin over Christmas break, my youngest son had a bad fall and ended up breaking his sternum and tibia. Looking back, I am very thankful that this is ALL that happened. It certainly could have been worse....so, as this new year comes, my resolution is to be thankful for all the little things in my life and let the big things slide away!

If you are looking for something easy and fun to do with your students as you return to school, this "Happy New Year resolution" FREE resource might be just what you are looking for! It's a fun way to begin the new year as your little ones return to school.

https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Happy-New-Year-Resolutions-For-Little-Kids-2277878

Click either image above to take you to the resource.

Happy New Year, my friends!

Until next time,

Blessings,

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