We finally celebrated our first birthday! The kids loved getting their birthday pen. I created a small tag. Click on the picture to get it. The birthday candles are from Cara Taylor
. And they are free!
We had fun creating silly pumpkins.
We finished our bat unit. They kids love this unit year after year. We created an anchor chart with all the information researched.
Then we copied the information on bat patterns
and I added a very long straw to make them fly!
We also studied the parts of the bat. If you are interested in this unit check out the TPT store
I finally found what I was looking for… I have been debating about buying some Ikea furniture for the classroom. So when I found this deal I bought it!
We have been having fun all week! We started with a scary story on Monday. It is included in my Ordinals pack
. It is a ghost story to review ordinals. The kids loved being able to change the little boy faces.
Today we earned a big celebration.
I told my kids that my grandma was a witch and she left me a brew recipe. I have shared a blank pattern so you can create your own. 🙂
We filled ours and then we moved on with the brew.
We started our brew! If you are interested in the witch craftivity
check out the previous post.
To set the table I used IKEA plates, glasses, napkins and confetti. It was quite cheap. With every step we added it to our recipe.
All the ingredients were pretty simple: milk, sugar, yogurt, cocoa, nutella, cream…
Each kid got a small glass with brew. They loved it!
We just reached 3000 followers!
I am so happy I just decided it is the time to have a giveaway!
To celebrate I am also working on some of my old best sellers. I just updated the pumpkins unit:
We are almost ready for Halloween in the classroom. This week we create our Halloween witches. It was super EASY! You have the pdf at the end of the blog post.
I gave the students the pieces and they created all the details (hair, eyes…).
This year I have 26 kids. So I decided to use Nicole’s idea. Check it in Rowdy in Room 300
. We used scrap boxes and we found there lots of missing pieces. 🙂