I <3 using my graffiti activity in my classroom!  It is such an awesome way to see what the kiddos can tell about subjects you have been studying!  So...I'm throwing this one back for ya on this Throwback Thursday!  Hope you find it beneficial for YOUR classroom!  Click link below!

I'm linking up to Cara's Throwback Thursday.  Head on over to her blog to see what others are throwing back atcha!

Waving from The Teacher's Chatterbox,
Have you heard of "Whole Brain Teaching" before, and wonder what it is?  If you have being reading my blog for a while, you know that I am a huge proponent of it!  So I decided I'd create a "Whole Brain Teaching" pack for those of you that are interested!  There is an explanation page for each item, however, if you have any questions about anything, just ask it in the comment box, and I'll answer the best I can!

So if you are interested in this freebie...just click on the pic below...
Many Blessings,

Ok...so I revised my template.  I like it much better than of that that I previously posted.  I think it was a success.

Waving from
The Teacher's Chatterbox,

YAY!  I am so excited that I created my first blogger layout.  I'm pretty proud of it!  However, I'm not 100% happy with everything yet...so I'm sure I'll keep tweaking it until I get it the way I want it.  But it feels so good when you try so hard on something...and then you finally get it...especially when you are self taught!

Summer Blessings,

1.  Supplies:
brown construction paper/craft paper
wireless chenille
low temp glue gum

2.  Begin by wrapping the chenille around your finger.
3.  After several wraps, put a dot of glue to secure, and continue wrapping.
4.  Wrap chenille into a ball.
5.  When you have the desired size, cut and glue end to secure.
6.  Make another ball from a different color chenille.  Make as many as you'd like.
7.  Roll the craft paper into a cone shape.  Glue to secure.
8.  Trim up the top of the cone.  Glue any are that needs it.
9.  Line glue on the inside of the cone.  Glue your first ball to this area.
10.  Put glue on top of that ball and glue on the next ball.
11.  Continue gluing until all balls are glued.
12.  You have an ice cream cone with ice cream...that doesn't melt! 

Happy Summer Crafting!

Summer Break...hello dear friend!  I missed you!
I can't believe the 2012~2013 school year has come to an end...and SUMMER BREAK is finally here!!!  And with that...so is June Currently...

Listening:  I love to hear the rain...the thunder...ahhhhh...great for sleeping!  :)
Loving:  I am officially on summer break...YAY!
Thinking:  Later this month, we'll be heading to the Smokey Mountains...so ready for some relaxation!
Wanting:  An iPad...sooo much!
Needing:  I can't wait to see my beautiful grangirl, Kennedy!  She'll be here next week!  We have slumber parties, picnics, swimming, dress-up...etc...planned!  So EXCITED!
3 Vacay Essentials:  Love to GRILL out, Always need the LAPTOP :), and Relax in my LOUNGE CHAIR...
So what do you have planned this summer???
Be sure to head on over to Farley's to see what everyone else is currently doing!
Summer Blessings,
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