We made Teri's (AKA A Cupcake for the Teacher) bat to finish up our unit.
I had to zoom in on this one because I loved the eyelashes!!
Then we were out one day last week for the snow (yep, SNOW!) I had told my FB friends this a few weeks ago:
Sure enough, there was----hopefully there will be more too!! :)
Then we had a few more crazy days and I don't even know what I did, but somewhere in the mix of all of it, I did snap these pictures!
I love the pumpkins on the door...so much in fact they are still there! I guess I can keep pumpkins up through the fall right? :) This craftivity came from Alisha's (AKA The Bubbly Blonde) All About Pumpkin Unit.
There were many other great things we have done through the week, but unfortunately I didn't get to snap up pictures, and my little dude had.has pneumonia, so Momma was staying home with him.
Then the election kinda snuck up on me. I mean, how did I not realize that it was happening? I even had a phone call at 2:00 A.M Sunday (from my state, so they knew what time it was). But, apparently I'm a last minuter and I searched on TpT last night for some election day fun.
We also have been playing Arlene from LMN Tree's Don't Get Skunked-Treasures Edition sight word game. I'm not doing her game justice, but my kidos loved playing. Check it out, Treasures fans!
Here are some of my stations we are doing this week.
Don't Get Cooked--CVC Word Game
They are from my new packet "STUFFED" with Thanksgiving Fun.
Click HERE to see it on TpT.
As you can see, I'm gearing towards the holidays. I even started a linky party this weekend. It's a yummy one. Check it out.
One more awesome thing going on.
Have you checked out the giveaway on A Cupcake for a Teacher's Blog?
Click the picture above to check it out! :)
If you made it all the way through this post, you deserve a freebie! :)
You can click the cover page above to grab yourself a freebie! :)
While I'm posting freebies, I tried my hand at making a little turkey! Here's a picture of him/her.
You can click <<HERE>> if you want a copy of my template. For the pilgrim buckle, I just cut a rectangle with rounded edges, with a rectangle inside. The pattern is most likely to small for little fingers, but is a great way to review shapes and symmetry (or if you are an Envision math user---that will be a good review for my upcoming unit).
Enjoy the rest of your week friends! :)