Sunday, August 26, 2012

Owl Masks

I went to Hobby Lobby the other day with the intention of making an owl mask that my students would hold in front of their face so I could take their picture for my bulletin board. I got the felt, but I also found these great felt headbands for $1.99! I drew a quick design, cut it out, and glued it together with tacky glue. I was able to glue the headband on the back of the mask. Now, the kids can wear these instead of holding them. Needless to say, I am excited for them to use these masks!!

Sunday, August 12, 2012

Monday, July 23, 2012

Free Bird Calendar Pieces!

These are the bird calendar pieces I have been working on for awhile. You should be able to click on them, and it will take you directly to Google Docs to download them. Enjoy!

Sunday, July 22, 2012

Because I'm feeling generous...


Because I'm feeling generous, I decided to make these "Whooo owns this paper?" sticker sheets available as a free download as well. These can be printed onto Avery 5160 or 8160 address labels. Just click on the picture above to download. Enjoy!!

Free Calendar Pieces - Take 2!

So my second set of calendar pieces that I promised is available by clicking the picture above. I am continuously creating new ones, but I have to draw the pictures first (which sometimes takes awhile)! Check back...you never know when I will post more!

Saturday, July 21, 2012

Free Calendar Pieces!!

I did it. I made my own calendar pieces! It took forever, but they are finally done! This is the first step towards coming up with ideas for my future Teachers Pay Teachers store. Let me know what you think. I'll be putting another owl one up later in the week. Click on the picture to download.

Monday, October 17, 2011

Columbus Day

To celebrate Columbus Day, we made Columbus' three ships - the NiƱa, Pinta, and Santa Maria.

I gave each student a long piece of light blue construction paper and had them draw waves with a blue crayon and clouds with a white crayon.

I painted their hands (one hand three separate times) with brown paint. Once dry, we took small squares of paper and glued them on to make sails.

The students also wrote the names of the ships so they could remember when they told their parents.