We're sliding into December, and I still have a few friends who need cutting practice! So here we have some holiday themed cards for small box activities! ✂️ I've been trying to add in fine motor practice wherever I can, and I plan to use these in the morning if they finish breakfast early, and while we're waiting for dismissal. ✂️ Just gotta figure out what I'm going to do with all of these cuts of paper all over the floor.......🤨🤨🤣
December is one of my fave months to be in the teaching world! We kicked off this week by reading How to Catch an Elf and let me tell you, my kiddos loved it! Annnnnnnd of course someone just had to bring up that elf on the shelf! 🤫 I love this because it is low-prep, but engaging at the same time! We get to learn new vocabulary, and we do a lot of thinking out loud!
First day back we're going to dive into our routines to get us on track. 🎄 All I can think about are all of the things that are on my teacher to-do list between now and Christmas break! Ahhhhhhh!!!!!!!!! 🎄 I am so proud of my little ones, they're becoming pros at recognizing scattered arrangements, and they're having fun while doing it!
Thanksgiving dinner would not be complete without mac and cheese and dressing. That's all I need! Remembering to focus on gratitude today.....even though 2020 has not been the best year, I have so much to be thankful for. If you're unable to spend time with your loved ones today, please know that I'm thinking of you! #happythanksgiving #thankful #grateful
Had the best cake to go along with the best birthday today! This cake is WONDERFUL!! Felt like a kid all over again! #cakery #mermaidcake
I've been on point with changing out lit centers, just a teensy bit behind with math! Oops! 🦃 It's time to switch over to the Thanksgiving mats! There's something about this turkey that I just love! 🦃 These low prep mats are perfect for morning tubs or centers! 🦃