This Printable Bible Coloring Chart (in bookmark form) is available on this blog post along with all the other tools I LOVE to use to study God's Word. Have you tried using this yet? I love it (and so do my kids! Yay!)
A worksheet I use for the 3rd and 4th Grade to consolidate the written form of the greetings (Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening, Good Night, Hello, Hi, Goodbye, Bye, Bye-bye). Students should write the correct greeting from the box (Word bank) and...
Pattern Mats #Unifix Cubes #teacherspayteachers #backtoschool #backtoschool 2015 Recognizing and making patterns is a fundamental skill that should be mastered by students to develop good literacy and numeracy skills. This unit is composed of 5 sets of patterns (with three strips each) suitable for Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st Grade students who are beginning or needing practice in recognizing and making patterns.
Firehouse Dwarf Nandina evergreen, red fall color This dwarf variety holds that red fire engine color all Winter. It has a compact mounding form with bright green Spring foliage. prune, selectively cut the stalks and stagger the heights of each cane instead of cutting them all off to the same height. - resistant to deer, drought, heat & humidity, pollution, rabbits, seashore, slope, and wind
Tube Letters: An Easy Birthday Garland Alternative!
In our house we have a tradition of leaving birthday messages for each other as a birthday morning surprise. They're usually in the form of garlands or banners, strung across doorways or along the edge of the mantel. These tube letters, from our book, Paper Goods Projects, are a fun way to display a message, no tape or string required! And they marry type and cardboard tubes, two of my favorite things!