Pantry Progress Update
20 hours ago
|Our former kindergarten teachers, Jodie and Marsha, as readers Thing 1 and Thing 2. Aren't they festive?'|
Thanks for stopping by hope you got some ideas for Dr. Seuss month! I'd love to hear some of your ideas of what you're doing to celebrate!
Thing One and Thing Two
Horton Hears a Who
Fox on Socks
Dr. Seuss ABC
The decorated themed doors added alot of flavor to our Dr. Seuss celebration night. I'll post tomorrow some of the activities we did!
Thanks for stopping by and---Keep on Reading Across America!!
|My daughter in law made 5 of these for one of my other daughter in law for Christmas of all the places they had lived and were stationed at in the Army. It was so amazing and I just thought it was such a well thought out gift of the heart.|
|I was so tired of the plain clear sterilite drawers in my classroom. When I saw this idea on Pinterest I was so excited to see such an easy idea to mask a Plain Jane drawer unit. Just adding scrapbooking paper and crinkled border added a punch of color to the room. Ingenious and so simple!|
4. Milk Crate Listening CenterThis was such a clever idea I found on Pinterest! We had some left over crates at our school. Rustoleum just came out with spray paint for laminate so I was able to spray paint a few crates in red and blue. Our school theme was Patriotic, so I decorated everything in the classroom red, white and blue. I had my hubby cut out plywood to fit the tops and I covered it with foam and patriotic material. I placed a cd player, book, and cd in each crate. Kids LOVE this center! They sit on top of the crate and listen away!!
5. Beer Cheese DipThis dip was so easy and delicious! I took this to several tailgating events and the Superbowl and came back home with an empy bowl! Just mix 2-8ounce cream cheese, 1/3 cup beer, 1 envelope Ranch Dressingmix and 2 cups shredded cheddar cheese and voila! YUM!