I've seen lots of variations of these floating around Pinterest. How have I never done this before? This particular one is from Views from Room 205. Very manageable for my nuggets to complete independently while I
These cutie cell phones came from Third Grade & Frazzled. My kids were totally diggin these. I had them just write one resolution and then illustrate it on the "screen". I'm not sure how to feel about a seven year old making a resolution to lose weight. I can sympathize with the poor kiddo, that is for sure. At least she's going to go about it in a reasonable way and she's very determined. She's not lacking in the self esteem area either...lots to ponder here. Discuss.
Moving on. These A-Freakin-Dorable penguins are from Glyph Girls on TpT. I'm not gonna lie. There was a lot of preparation ahead of time but totally worth it. Next year it will be done though (assuming I don't pack them away so good I can't find them or forget I have them).
I'm kind of ending on a low note here, but in the interest of full disclosure I must show you everything that's up. This was supposed to be a lot cuter, but sometimes you've just gotta let it go. Which is what I did here. obviously. In case you're interested, the snowflake pattern can be found here. In the blink of an eye I'll be decorating for February anyway (with these!) so Sad Snowman has a short lifespan. Yes, I have a serious teacher crush on the Glyph Girls. Yes, yes I do. They rescue me from things like this disaster:
|Each snowflake has the title of their favorite winter book from our library. Yeah, still boring.|