Sunday, January 31, 2016

Sharing Sunday- February

Hello Friends! It is time to plan for February! 

This month, I will be introducing multiplication and arrays! I love using things that are already in the classroom, so we use valentines AND conversation hearts to create arrays.

 

Both of these freebies are from TPT. Just click the picture to grab the links for these great freebies!


I always try to create valentines for my students that don't cost much and are not candy! Both of these are from my blog. You can just click the picture to download, and click each picture to grab these valentines!


Don't forget to head back to the Primary Peach to get more freebies, ideas, and downloads for February! Click here to go to the Peach!

Sunday, January 24, 2016

Valentine's Day 2016

Hello Friends! Short Post today, but I just wanted to share this cute Valentine that I made for my students this year.

You can find last year's maze Valentine here. 


                                         

This year, I went to the Dollar Tree and saw these cute notepads so I grabbed them and some pens to make this year's Valentines.


 I created this for my kiddos. Two per page, easy, and affordable! They love writing and notepads so it's a win win!


You can download your freebie here. Just add a text box on the bottom for your own signature! I used Hello Jen Jones fonts by Jen Jones. The font I used for the bottom is Hello Love Bug. It is precious. You can get her fonts here.

Click here to grab the freebie! Happy Valentine's Day,  friends!


Sunday, January 3, 2016

Sharing Sunday- January


Hello Friends! It is time to link back up to the Primary Peach for our Sharing Sunday!


This month, I wanted to share some 100th day of school ideas for you! Although it might be far off for some of you, it is in two weeks for my school! 


Last year, I told my students they could choose either making a 100th day of school shirt OR dress like they are 100. I loved this creative shirt one of my kiddos came up with. I also LOVED this hair of one of my 100 year old grannies! It is always such a fun day!


I love these three freebies from Teachers Pay Teachers. The snacks are super cheap and easy, and both of these packets have a ton of cute ideas!


Last year, I downloaded an aging app and took my students pictures prior to the 100th day. I inserted them into this PowerPoint that I made, and printed it out. The kids LOVED it and it was an easy writing assignment!


Click on the link of any of the pictures and download the pdf. Then click on those pictures to download the freebies!