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My Teaching Supply Center & Printable Labels

My boys each have twelve drawers using the Workbox System and now Mom has twelve teacher supply draw.

Buzzing About Second Grade: Calling All Earth Day Superheros….

We had so much fun today learning about our Earth, watching a Bill Nye video on recycling, reading Fancy Nancy's Earth Day book.

St Patrick's Day  - Lucky Me! Fun writing for St. Patrick's day.

classroom chart "things that make me lucky", create these shamrocks and then use these for writing. could use as a writing activity or could use a writing prompt for the week in the child's journal.

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Write On-wipe Off Print Alphabet Letters

Write On-wipe Off Print Alphabet Letters

adorable flip flops! absolutely making this for a june bulletin board. must think of something to write on them :)

Flip Flop writing idea, bulletin board to display a summer poem students write on their "flip-flop". Could do with my "short stories" beginning of year :)

"Antique Remakelace Cardigan" - too bad the website is isn't in English.

Adding doilies to a pocketless cardigan lifts the spirit of the outfit. Also, adding lace to a pocket on a cardigan.

DIY Shibori ~ A Japanese method of dying fabric by binding, stitching, twisting and compressing. This technique dates back to the 8th century when indigo was the main dye use. I cannot wait to try this!

DIY Shibori

DIY Shibori ~ A Japanese method of dying fabric by binding, stitching, twisting and compressing. This technique dates back to the century when indigo was the main dye use. I love this technique!

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