So excited to link up with Kacey today! Click the graphic above to join in!
Apple Week concluded today! It was such a fun week, but I’m grateful for the weekend and a little space from all things apples 😉 After our weekly spelling test and a quick apple diagram activity from Rachelle at What the Teacher Wants, we ran some errands and went on an apple field trip. Gotta love Fridays!
Let’s talk about how Becks insisted he use tape instead of glue. ?????? #whatevs
I love these two. A whole lot. I cannot even tell you how grateful I am to be their mama and to be spending some extra time with them these days. I’m so content.
Many of you asked for a compilation of my apple activities. They’re now in resource form and…if you’re an Inspired Apple Facebook Fan…you know that there’s a little something special if you purchase by tomorrow at 11:59pm. Just sayin’.
This is my view right now. Except it’s night now and all the open cabinets are kind of freaking me out. Also, we have too much stuff. #noted Though we love a good DIY, we actually hired out for this project after a few friends said that if we wanted to stay married we shouldn’t attempt it ourselves. #alsonoted
I am doing a *phenomenal* Bible study with She Reads Truth. If you’re a female follower or seeking Him in your life, I highly suggest you download this free app to your phone and start one of their studies. I’m doing the Open Your Bible one, currently, and am learning so much about just how much God wants to be a part of my everything. I need reminders ALL. THE. TIME. I’m weak, I’m a sinner, and I am terrible Bible reader. This study is really helping me with that last one.
I’m planning to do the next one, too, which is 1 Peter and 2 Peter. If anyone else is interested in doing it, too, holla and we can keep each other accountable!
Lately, I’ve been working on a series called 'Let’s Read' that is set to include all of your favorite READ-ALOUDS for K-2. Each resource in the series includes a combo of ELA posters, vocabulary words and definitions, text-based questions, writing prompts, collaborative poster templates, and differentiated comprehension checks. The purpose of these resources is to help you turn a read-aloud into a standards-based lesson in and of itself!
If you’re anything like me, you LOVE a good literacy center. You love seeing your kiddos engaged, exploring new skills, and excited about their learning. Check out these 25 FREE literacy center activities!