I’m a big scrapbooker and love to capture a little of of my kids on their last day of school. Of course this doesn’t have to be done exactly on the last day of school, any time during the first week of summer is a great time for them to sit down and fill this out (and great summer writing practice too!). If they aren’t great at reading and writing yet you can either ask them the questions and then write down what they say, or have them fill out the parts they can and you fill out the rest.… Read the rest
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This year, thanks to COVID we decided to go with the theme, “It’s been a WILD year.” And from there we used hiking, camping and adventure as our inspiration to spoil our teachers (all on a small budget) for Teacher Appreciation Week. I think this can easily be adapted to use every year. I mean, since when are kids NOT wild, right? I’ll share with you today our whole schedule of events along with free printables to help you bang this out! This can be done on a whole school level as a Parent Teacher Organization, or it can be done just on a family level for one individual teacher.… Read the rest
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Have you tried Nothing Bundt Cakes? Do you have one near you? Oh my goodness, pure deliciousness. I help out on the Parent Teacher Group at our school so for Administrative Professional’s Day (aka Secretary’s Day) this year we got the school secretaries some individual Bundt cakes. They have the cutest little personal sized ones that are $5 each. And what’s a gift without a punny tag?? And of course I’m going to share that tag with you as a free printable so you can go Bundt cake crazy too!… Read the rest