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Thursday, January 7, 2021

Crochet Gnome Free Pattern Link

 Hey y'all!

I am so excited for 2021!
Amen! We made it!
How are you starting your year off? 

Catching up on unfinished projects?
Piling up your Pinterest with new patterns to try? 
Starting off on that one project you've been holding out starting?

I sort of fall into all 3 of these.

There are just way too many patterns, projects, and Pinterest ideas!

I cannot decide where to begin!

I worked all through December working on these Oh, too cute Gnomes!
Seriously!
They were definitely my biggest seller this year!
I decided to put my own spin on this project and up the basic pattern.
I have been making "Seasonal Gnome" hats.
A hat for each holiday, we'll say.
That way when you purchase a Gnomie, you can also add a variety of fun hats and keep him around all year!
I call mine, Gnomie in the Home!~AKA~ Jingles
Here is a quick link to the original, basic pattern that I started out with.

Here are a few that I have been working on. 
Yes, I custom made a Steelers...*gasp* Gnome!
It was a customer request! Thank Goodness their logo is pretty basic!


I also get almost all of my yarn from ordering online at Yarnspirations

I hope you enjoy this post and always comment. I'd love to hear from you!
Happy Crocheting. Check back for new hats to come!
I will be getting started on Spring soon!
I cannot wait!


Tuesday, October 6, 2020

Short O and U Word Family Posters

 


Hi yall!

I feel like I need to catch up. How is every one's school year going?

Are you keeping pace? Falling behind? Feel like each day is an adventure?

I sure do!

If you are like me, you're still new and trying to figure out what works best for your child/student.

I have learned my daughter is a visual learner. She likes the songs, games, and posters! Big, flashy, grab your attention kind of things!

That means part of my job is to find lots of colorful worksheets, youtube videos that go with her lesson, and to find, er...create lots of great posters and flashcards to keep her engaged.

Canva is a great resource for making semi-easy material.

Each time I use it, I find a new way to enhance my project. It really is neat.

Here are the latest two short vowel posters I have made.

Short O Word Family Poster

Short U Word Family Poster




If you'd like to purchase the whole short vowel family as a bundle, you can and save!

Vowels A,E,I,O,U Bundle and Save

This week we are focusing on money, coins, and the silent E.

I am super excited to get to work on more material!

Make sure to keep checking back for more great resources!

Happy Teaching!









Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Short I Word Families ~ Classroom Poster/Decor

 Happy Tuesday!

I know for me this week is creeping by! I was not ready for the weather change. 

I always try to drag out and hold on to summer as long as possible. We try to fill up every day with fun activities and enjoy the sunny days.

Although we all have to stop and work, I try to make that fun too.

Even in the classroom. My "work" this week consisted of working on a Fall lesson and getting another word family poster made up. We've moved on to the short I words.

My daughter actually did super well with short E words so we moved ahead quicker than I had planned.

I guess I need to catch up with her and get these posters done!

I now have available over on TeacherspayTeachers, three of the word family posters.

Short A, E, and now I families.


Short A Words Poster 

Short E Words Poster

Short I Words Poster

More to come! Keep watching and check out the other items available in my "shop" to download.

Happy Teaching!




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