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Five For Friday

I'm linking up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching for a little Five for Friday fun!

So I was looking through my files the other day, and I found a couple files labeled "Beginning of the Year."  Great, I thought.  Opened them up.  They were full of transparencies!  Um, I haven't used transparencies in years.  I think it's time to get rid of these files.  What do you think?

I made this fun Earth Day syllable game for my students.  Unfortunately, we were not able to play this game until this week, but my students didn't seem to mind.  :)

 Last week, my students made Earth day handprint Earths {you can see the completed project here}.  We used this fun glitter paint from Lakeshore Learning.  I absolutely love this paint!  I need to go back soon and purchase some in other fun colors!

If you follow me on Instagram, you might have seen this picture.  I totally forgot to make this sheet at home using cute fonts and had to use Comic Sans at school.  I went out that night and bought a calendar so that I never have to use the evil font again!  My Kinders didn't seem to mind.  They were so proud of themselves for being able to identify all of the ways to make 7.  

This morning I counted the days until the last day of school and could not believe the number.  We have 23 more days!  I have so much I still want to teach my Kinders!  We also have so much going on in the next 23 days - field trip, field day, promotion ceremony!  It will be over before I know it.

Well, I must get going to sleep.  I have to up at 1:30 tomorrow morning to help chaperone a field trip to Disneyland!  Tough assignment I know!

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