I've made Reese Cup cupcakes before, but these were filled and used a different frosting. I topped mine with reese cups though. These were "good". I think I like them better without the filling but this frosting OH MY GOODNESS!! I could eat it by the bowlful! They are now tucked away in my freezer so I don't lick the frosting off of all of them! ;)
I guess I did get some other things accomplished today. Last night I posted a sight word game, and some long U/silent e activities. You can see it here. Today I made some activities to go with the actual stories in Treasures. This will be for June Robot Cleans Up.
Here are the story questions I will send home for homework.
Here's the story quiz--using some questions that came originally with the series.
I have a few more things to share with you, but first, a couple of things from a couple of blog readers.
From Gordon---he posted a couple math riddles onto his website. They were interesting. I thought I'd share his link.
From Christi--(she has started a blog, but is a busy mom to 3 boys and we all know how that is)--she added to the Football Workstation Activities that I posted. Here it is:
And just a few more things for you.....I had made these games earlier in the year, and it fits PERFECTLY with what we're doing in math now. I thought I'd repost them.
I've also had many compliments and have noticed several pins of the homework tic-tac-toe boards. Here are 2 more. One for language, one for math.
Thank you to all my fabulous followers. I never imagined having more than a handful of followers (and I thought they would be family and co-workers)--so thank you. I hope that you have found many things on here to use (or give you ideas to implement/change in your own classroom). I truly enjoy making things for my students and to share with you! The comments are always so nice to see too!