First, I must apologize for my lack of blogging. It just takes so darn long to write a post! I am getting spoiled with the ease of posting on Instagram and Facebook. Plus, I took every request for word wall headers and now have 19 variations in my store!
The end of the year is finally in sight! Next week, we will have our end of the year party and I will be presenting all 26 students with an adorable little bug catching kit from Dollar Tree! What a steal! I created a new add your own text variation of the bug themed tags, that I made last year. Just make sure to download and then open them with Adobe Reader. Preview for Mac does not want to use the embedded font.
*I apologize if this is too late for some of you. There is always pinning and using for next year, right?
3 inch scallop punch to punch out the circles. Click here to check out the punch on Amazon.com.
I have made circles for Kindergarten, first, and second grade. I LOVE and appreciate all of your comments and feedback. I just want to put this out there, that before anyone wastes any of their precious time asking and waiting for a reply; I do not plan on making these for the upper grades, making any changes, or taking any special requests. Sorry! I have a mile long "To Do List!"
Here are some other great end of the year ideas from my blogging buddies! Just click to check out their posts.
From my sweet and talented friend Lindsey of The Teacher Wife, an end of the year gift for parent volunteers:
Lindsey just came out with digital papers, too! Gorgeous stuff - I just had to share! I know I will be using some of these to make Word Wall Headers and Word Wall Cards.
These are from my lovely friend, Anna of Crazy for First Grade. Swedish fish are my favorite candy! I won't buy them for myself because I know I won't stop eating them until the package is done. I know the kids will love this!
Here is another awesome parent volunteer gift idea from the lovely, Rachelle of What the Teacher Wants:
I think it is so cool that they have parent volunteers!
And this cute gift is for her students:
Amazing, Cara Carrol, of The First Grade Parade made her students these adorable gifts:
Amy of Step into Second with Mrs. Lemons, takes the prize for making each one of her students a personalized water bottle! She used her cameo. I have one, too. I just think it would have taken me ten years to make each student a personalized water bottle. I am utterly impressed, Amy! I hope your students went crazy for these.
If you are looking for a variety of gifts, I suggest checking out my friend, Michelle (Fabulous in First) Oakes' Dollar Store Superlatives Packet. It is so cute and uses items that can be found in The Dollar Tree!
On another note, I met a fellow TpT seller at a baby shower this Sunday. Random! Her name is Dana Hagan and her store is called SLP for Me. She knew all about me, my dogs, and my shoes. It was so much fun chatting with her, but it was also kind of weird because she knew all about me and I really did not know anything about her! I suddenly felt so exposed. I know it says 3,914 followers over to the right, but I never really felt like random strangers would know who I am or what I do in my spare time. I wonder if this is how celebrities feel? ;) Anyway, please, check out her store. Dana, it was a pleasure meeting you and I am really impressed with products.
Do you want to meet me too and make me feel like a weirdo? Well, you can meet me and many of my awesome blogging buddies this summer in Vegas! Click the picture below for more details.
Thank you to The Teacher Wife for the cute button!