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This review was made possible by iConnect and Luvs.  I was provided compensation to facilitate this post, but all opinions stated are 100% mine. Heads Up This summer, Luvs is offering parents opportunities to save money on diapers so that they have more money to dedicate to activities and family vacations.The official diaper of experienced moms, Luvs, is offering HUGE savings. Get your scissors out because a $2 print-at-home coupon is NOW available for Luvs diapers. Print this LUV’s print-at-home {Read More}

25+ Shark Week Resources

It’s always a fun and educational when you plan a fun-filled week of shark activities during Shark Week.  Shark Week starts on July 23. In fact, Finding Nemo 3D movie will be in theaters. I like to prepare at least one activity per day during Shark Week. It’s a great way to keep the kids busy and learning during the summer months. Shark Week Resources Learn about 10 different sharks with these shark notebook pages Learn how to draw a shark with {Read More}

So EASY Slow Cooker Honey Garlic Chicken Recipe

Spring is in full swing and it’s that time of year that our family loves to go to the park and have a simple picnic on the weekends. Also, it’s time for BBQ’s and fellowship outdoors. It’s not truly a fun time unless you have some tasty healthy treats, right? PRI has an astonishing line-up of spring treats from New Zealand that the my gang fell in love with this month. I love PRI’s Manuka Honey, it’s really one of the tastiest {Read More}

FREE Vocabulary Worksheet

I created this free vocabulary worksheet for my third grade class. We are getting ready for our standardize state testing and I wanted the class to create a vocabulary notebook to review key words at home. We are spending a lot of time making inferences within the text or passage, so I thought this free vocabulary worksheet would help them with their inferences stragedies that we have been covering this past year.  Take a peek!   <<<Download the Vocabulary Worksheet>>> {Read More}

FREE Math Station for Kindergarten – What number are you on?

I’m a big advocate of math centers or math stations for the classroom and at home. It’s an engaging activity to keep students busy learning with concepts that have been previously taught while the teacher works in small groups or one to one instruction. Everybody wins. I created this simple math station for kindergarten students, but found that it benefits first graders,too.  Take a Peek Print one copy of the questions. I recommend printing several of the number lines if {Read More}