April 3, 2016

April Pinterest Linky


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endofyearoneword
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I just found this on Pinterest last night and I love it! I really hope to get this together as an End of the Year gift for my students. What an uplifting keepsake it would make for them. Just beautiful!


E is for Explore!: Array City:
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So first of all, this blog is one of my new favorites to explore. It has such a nice collection of activities and ideas for Math and Science. So even if you don't need to teach arrays, you should go explore this blog! I am excited to use this Multiplication City idea when I introduce arrays to my 2nd graders. I am even contemplating adding a possible 3D component to the city building. Living with an architect and city planner has rubbed off on this 2nd grade teacher! 




DIY Dryer Balls | POPSUGAR Smart Living:
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I have been working on being frugal and more chemical free by replacing some every day cleaning product with simpler and natural options. These dryer balls are on my Spring Break project list. 


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7 comments:

  1. I made those name posters as end of the year gifts a few years ago. They were a huge hit! I bought frames at the Dollar Tree. I love Array City. We are beginning multiplication in a few weeks, and I love that visual. Thank you so much for sharing your pins and linking up with us! :)

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    1. Good to know! The Dollar Tree is my friend, so I will definitely have to hit it up.

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  2. Array City is too cool. Your blog has such an adorable name and logo! Thanks for linking up with us!

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  3. Array City is a great idea...love it!

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  4. Love the dryer ball idea and will give it a try. And the names in the stars are great, too. Pin! Thanks, Kathleen

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