Thursday, January 23, 2020

February Products Giveaway!

February is such a great time of year with So Many FUN Holidays to CELEBRATE! We’ve teamed up to give you a HUGE BUNDLE of PK – K Resources for February!  You’ll get:
Black History Month
Dental Health
Groundhog Day
Valentine’s Day
Presidents’ Day
Check them out here:

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Enter the raffle  at the link below:

We’d love it if you’d share with your colleagues!
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Tuesday, January 14, 2020

Favorite Winter Books!

It’s a brand new year and in terms of events we don’t know what to expect, but we know we can count on January being a cold month filled with winter activities.  I'm sharing some of my FAVORITE books with you for the month of January. No matter what you're teaching this month, I have some books for you!  I've got something for EVERYONE!  Most books can be found on Amazon! Happy reading! 

Winter Books 

Diverse Winter Books

Wednesday, January 8, 2020


While many places get hit hard with snow and freezing rains, in our part of the US,  we  normally get cloudy weather and some light rain.  While winter is the season for snow, we have to improvise and make our own snow to enjoy some of the wonderful activities you can do in the snow.  Thank heavens for creative folks who’ve come up with recipes on Pinterest on snow making!  Check out the recipes below on snow making and some of the classroom activities you can do in the classroom using snow!  

You can also find Insta-Snow Powder on Amazon.  Simply add water to the powder and it fluffs up like the real stuff!  Students can sit around in a circle passing the snow around to feel and smell and share descriptive words. 
 What about throwing snowballs made out of wrinkled paper.  The class can form two teams and throw snowballs at each other.  The team with the most balls thrown can be declared the winner IF they can read all the words written on the balls! Styrofoam balls are a great substitute for the real thing, too!

The following are recipes to make snow! 
1 Baking Soda and Hair Conditioner.  Mix a cup of baking soda in a bowl and add in the hair conditioner.
2. Baking Soda and Shaving Cream.  Pour one cup of baking soda in a bowl and add shaving cream slowly until you get the snow consistency you like.

3 Shaving Cream and Corn Starch
Pour one cup of corn starch into a bowl and mix in the shaving cream until you the  right consistency.

4 Corn Starch and White Lotion
Pour one cup of the corn starch into a bowl and add the lotion. 

For a lesson on Snow, check out my Snow Fact Booklet!  

Wednesday, January 1, 2020

First Giveaway of the Year!

Happy New Year! We will  be hosting a New Year’s Day giveaway. I’m excited about putting together a holiday giveaway where one lucky teacher will receive a $200 TPT Gift Card! This giveaway will run from now thru Jan. 5, 2020!

Simply enter here:

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Ring in 2020 Products!

Most teachers are taking advantage of relaxing for a bit before they need to start thinking of getting back to planning for January and the rest of the remaining year.  So I’m sharing some of my  various resources that are appropriate for the winter themes.  Some  of these products are classics and others are recent finds but there is sure to be something for everyone!  Check the list below! 

Winter Based Learning PBL
Snow Fact Booklet
Let It Snow (freebie)
Winter Words (freebie) 

New Year's Day Fact Booklet
Squirrel's New Year's Resolution
Martin Luther King, Jr. Fact Booklet
Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts and Skills

Winter Fact Booklet
Winter Writing Work
Fun with Fifteen
Winter Math Journal 

Winter Writing Work (freebie)
18 Minute Center Rotation Timer (winter)
20 Minute Center Rotation Timer
New Year's Day Countdown Timers

Animals in Winter Fact Booklet
Arctic Fox Fact Booklet
Bear Fact Booklet
Penguin Fact Booklet