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!


  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

  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

  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

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


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


  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!

    Special Teaching in the Middle

  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.

    Lil' Country Kindergarten

  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:

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

  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.

  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)

  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's Teacher Tips

  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!

  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