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12 Oct

I love scarecrows. Here is a scarecrow pattern and craft off the Teaching Heart Website. (2 buttons, hay, paper fasteners, 2 fabric pieces, and wiggle eyes) Have your kiddos make their own scarecrow. Isn’t he cute? I was looking all over for a scarecrow pattern that had movable arms and legs. I couldn’t find one I liked online or in resource books, so I drew my own and he turned out too cute. The kids color and cut him. They glue on two buttons, two pieces of scrap fabric, wiggle eyes, and hay. They attach the arms and legs with paper fasteners. Then they have their own scarecrow. You... 

12 Oct

Talk to Me Tuesday at Tip Junkie was all about how you decorate for the fall It was so fun looking through other homes. I got some ideas for next year. My favorite were: shows you how to make a larger than life shadow witch… Note to self: try next year! This is funny & is great for this calendar year! She has the wire pumpkin I should have gotten when... 

10 Oct

If you follow Weight Watchers and make these regular muffin size, they are 1.5 five points a piece. If you make mini muffins you can have four for 2 points… –set oven to 350 1 box of devils food cake 1 15 oz can of pumpkin 1/2 cup of water –mix together all ingredients and scoop into muffin cups. Sprinkle with pumpkin themed sprinkles and bake for 10 min. Moist and yummy! My kids love these!!!  

8 Oct

What do you give out on Halloween? This year I am giving out ring pops because I had a huge case left from my son’s birthday party that I never used. Here are some other ideas. Looking for a Halloween treat to give your trick or treaters? Buy the large Halloween popcorn cases at walmart and put one of these stickers on the popcorn… Try hot chocolate and attach this poem… More ideas:Low Carb Ideas – Top 5 Halloween candy alternatives –  

8 Oct

I have heard of a Diaper Cake (my friend Mara makes awesome diaper cakes). You can see how to make one here: Have you heard of a candy cake??? Isn’t this so cute? My friend Nancy made this for her mom for her birthday. Thought I would share it! Thanks Nancy! Here is one for Christmas:  

6 Oct

You have probably read, There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed A Fly to your kiddos. If you enjoyed that book, you will love this one and so will your kids. I created ideas to go along with There Was a Cold Lady Who Swallowed some Snow and thought I would do the same for There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bat. Below you will find some of my ideas of how to use this in your classroom (Prek-2). You will also find many free printables I created to match this fun story. To order this book from Amazon, click here! Here you will find story pieces to match this book!                 Go to 

1 Oct

I am thinking of ideas for Thanksgiving since it will be at my home this year. I am surely going to do these napkin rings I saw in the Family Fun Magazine. They are sooooo cute!!! I can’t wait. Family Fun does not have a printable pattern for the vests or the hats. For the female hat I may just use a white circle… I will probably create a printable pattern and of course share it when it is done. Here is the link to the idea and directions on Family Fun!  

1 Oct

Boo a friend or a neighbor… Our neighborhood always plays Boo Your Neighbor over the month of October! You drop this note ( ) off at a neighbors with a treat. When I say drop off, I mean put it by their door, ring the doorbell and run. My kids usually do the ringing and running. Other Links About this fun October game: – Boo Grams – Go boo your neighbors.  

28 Sep

Witch Brew Dice Game You Need: 2-4 players 1 dice per gameEach player needs to cut-out their playing pieces -Click to download playing pieces!Key – Click to downloadPot set in the center of players. Players take turns rolling dice. They add 1 item into the pot based on the key. The person to fill the pot with their pieces first is the winner. Graphing SpooksHere is a graphing activity center. Which halloween character is your favorite Spook? There are two printables to match this activity. To learn how these graphs work, please visit: to download... 

25 Sep

I had a funny thought today while in Target & walking through the kids craft area, my daughter (2 1/2) has never finger painted!!! Bad mommy… but I was a good mommy to my son/ first born. In fact, he was painting since he was six months old (patting myself on the back). Not sure what he got out of that. Anyhow, I decided to let the kids finger paint today. We made Fall Trees! My son was into making the tree look like a tree and my 2 year old was more into feeling the paint on her fingers and rubbing it onto the paper. As my preschool teacher friend Amy would say, “It is not the... 

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