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My sweet neighbor is a very talented photographer, and an eloquent writer, too.  She wrote a piece that was featured on The Well Studio a few days ago that really hit home with me.  Like a gut punch (in a good way).  There’s also a beautiful printable at the end of the article. This is […]

‘Something To’ Suggestions on Saturday

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Christmas, coffee talk, Dollar Tree, holiday, Something To

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Since I’m positive y’all are dealing with a Case of the Christmas Crazies at school (or maybe at home!), I thought I’d do a fun little linky party to share some easy holiday fun!   Want to play along, too?  Here’s how: Snag this button to let other’s know you’re participating and add it to your own […]

A Christmas Conversation LINKY Party!

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Christmas, holiday, linky party, Teach, Uncategorized

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This is a super easy way to make your kitchen table chairs (or barstools or whatever) festive and fun! Use these metal chalkboard chair decorations at your holiday get-together! Here’s what you’ll need to make your own metal chalkboard chair decorations: White Chalk Marker/Chalk/Soapstone Metal Chalkboard Festive Accessories Magic Eraser Ribbon Chalk marker from Michaels […]

Metal Chalkboard Chair Decorations

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Christmas, crafts, decorate, DIY, Hobby Lobby, holiday, Michaels

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I was at my second home, HomeGoods, a couple of weeks ago and saw this lovely set of boxed Christmas cards sitting in an aisle.  They were my inspo for this DIY glittery Christmas canvas! I decided it would make a pretty print to hang up this holiday season, and began to think how I […]

DIY Glittery Christmas Canvas

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First of all, an honest confession. My house never ever ever ever looks this clean.  Just ask Brandon.  I put away and re-put-away fifty toys, stepped on and crushed at least twelve puffs, shuffled the kids to opposite sides of the room, and hid stuff out of camera shot – all in my pajamas – for […]

Holiday Home Tour

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Bronners, Christmas, Christmas Tree Shops, decorate, Hobby Lobby, holiday, HomeGoods, Target

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^^^  Title typed in sarcasm font ^^^ A fellow blogger recently posted about how to take pictures in front of the Christmas tree with that fancy bokeh effect.  Bokeh is the photog term for blurred lights.  I am not a fancy photog, but I do like bokeh, so I thought I would give it a shot. […]

How to Take {Perfect} Christmas Pictures

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Christmas, coffee talk, DIY, family, holiday, how to, life, parenting, photography, Winter

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Not only am I making it easy for you to find my favorite holiday resources but I’m sharing the reason we’re celebrating today! Why are we celebrating, you ask? Faith’s central line removal surgery was today!  Sister is IV-free for the first time in her whole life.       School Stuff? Here’s a few […]

Holiday Resources + a CELEBRATION!

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Christmas, Educational Activities, ELA, family, first grade, holiday, Key Details, Kindergarten, Literacy, Main Idea, Second Grade, Teach

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We had Snow Day #2 today.  PTL.  I had an awful case of the Mondays yesterday and really needed a random day off to get myself together. While I love looking at the pretty snowflakes falling, actually going out in the frigid weather is a whole ‘nother story.  So, I tried to occupy Becks with […]

The Gingerbread Hijinks: A Mystery!

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Christmas, Educational Activities, ELA, first grade, holiday, Kindergarten, Literacy, Second Grade, Teach, Winter

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I finally finished up these Christmas activities for the primary classroom that I started back in 2011. Shockingly, they are my first ever Christmas-themed products!  You’d think in three years, I’d have some holly jolly in my shop, but notsomuch 😛  Now I do! I wanted to make these little packs all-inclusive so you didn’t […]

Christmas Activities for the Primary Classroom

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Christmas, Educational Activities, ELA, first grade, holiday, Kindergarten, Lesson Plans, Literacy, Teach, Vocabulary

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