June 4, 2012

Pinterest Finds

Since summer has started.. Pinterest has been a favorite place.. again!

Here are a few of my favorite pins I pinned lately!
You can click on each picture to go directly to the pin.



 I love the quotes, sayings, verses, etc... and these little cards area alwasys fun to read! This one is so true!




Miss Squirrel is so smart.. I really think I might do this color organization for next year. But, I fear it will be something I stress about. {Why is there a  blue in the yellow drawer!?!?!}



Mo! Mo! Mo!
Who doesn't love these little guys!
Wouldn't this be sweet hanging in your classroom!



I really wanted to make homemade play dough all last year.
But, I never did it.
This sparkly snow dough makes me smile!
I hope to squeeze it in this winter!



I also love to pin yummy recipes! 90% of my food pins are sweets! I wish someone else would make them all for me! YUMMY! I did make this SUPER EASY cookie dessert last week {ok, I made it twice!}. Oh my, it was heaven!

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xoxo, Kacey


And, in other SAD news.. I am in class all week earning license credits! YUCK!

15 comments:

  1. The crayon organization intrigues me, too, but, I can't help but wonder what happens if all 3 drawers are opened at the same time and the whole thing tips over. Yikes!

    I love the little verses, too. I just put a really funny one on my facebook page about how teachers work all summer. (Pinning, that is!)


    Lori (luvyorkies@gmail.com)
    Teaching With Love and Laughter

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  2. I want that poster in my classroom now! And I'm going to make me some cookie dessert - looks delish!

    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  3. I have seen the MoWillems poster before and I love it too. So sweet. That snow dough looks good enough to eat , and you know some kiddos would:0)
    Eileen Griffin
    2ndgradesunshine.blogspot.com

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  4. A BLUE crayon in the yellow drawer! OH MY! That would send me over the edge.

    Laurie
    http://firstgradelyonsden.blogspot.com/

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  5. A BLUE crayon in the yellow drawer! OH MY! That would send me over the edge.

    Laurie
    http://firstgradelyonsden.blogspot.com/

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  6. So I totally laughed out loud when I read "I fear it will be something I stress about. {Why is there a blue in the yellow drawer!?!?!}"

    That would so be me! I color coordinate my clothes! I'm a pinterestaholic too!

    Alana
    Special Teaching in the Middle

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  7. If you use the larger three drawer organizer for the crayons, buy those long skinny plastic storage trays to divide the colors. I use them to separate markers, crayons and pens in my teacher drawer. The trays look similar to this, but they are a little more narrow. I can't remember if I have 2 or 3 per drawer.

    Blessings,
    Marlana
    Lil' Country Kindergarten

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  8. The crayons were bugging me too..I looked closer and it appears that in that photo, each drawer is home to TWO colors. It looks like the combos are:
    orange/white
    blue/yellow
    green/brown
    peach/pink
    purple/gray
    red/black

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  9. I am already a follower! HA! Glad I found you!

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  10. I agree with you on the crayon organization. I could do something like that as a way to borrow or get a color you(the student) is missing. That way when they only have a "pinky red" they could borrow or get a real red from the drawer.
    I'm your newest follower, I'd love for you to follow me back.

    Kelly @I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher.

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  11. I love organization, and the crayon drawer looks like a great idea, but I don't like crayons as a general rule. I must have pencils or textas if I can. LOL on the little rogue blue in there. That would mess with me. I'd probably end up wasting quite a bit of time KEEPING it organized.

    Pinterest. Well, yes. What can I say? I'm not even on holidays and I go there pretty much everyday. Sigh. As it turns out I was already following you there. :o)

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  12. Love the ideas! So glad to have found you! Would love for you to stop by if you have a moment to my newbie blog :)
    Tori

    Tori's Teacher Tips

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  13. I would really like to purchase some of your polka dot items on TPT, but I have primary colored tables, toolboxes, and storage materials. I think you cute colors might be too much. Would you or could you do them in red, yellow, green, and blue? Thank you!

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  14. Hi! I just found your blog thanks to Heather's Heart. I'm your newest follower too.
    Come and visit me at: Teaching Kindergarten Kiddos.

    ~ Lisa

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