November 4, 2016

Five for Friday {Linky Party.. November 4th}

Five for Friday is a weekly teacher linky party where you post five random things from today or this past week and on your blog. Then, you come back and link your blog post up at the bottom of this post in the linky tool. Grab the button above and link back to this post on your blog.
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Our Monday was jammed packed with Halloween fun! We celebrated basically ALL day and then we had a huge Harvest Festival that night. I was not looking forward to Tuesday.  But, it wasn’t too bad!

And, then somehow we got caught up in the World Series fun at our house and it kept me up late a few more nights this week.
Sleep is definitely planned for this weekend FOR SURE!



I put together this quick turkey to go on our hall bulletin board Tuesday morning. I was so thankful to pull down Halloween decorations and move on to Thanksgiving. I need some words on the sides of the turkey but I haven’t taken the time to make them yet. This is a free download if you want to make your own turkey. But, here is the deal.. it is not editable. So, you will have to handwrite your names on the feathers if you want to use names.



We also celebrated the beginning of November with these printables. These are part of my Months of the Year Unit. I seriously use this unit at the beginning of each month and I also use it a lot in January. It is one of my favorite resources.



I also prepped my Thanksgiving Cut and Paste sheets to use as morning work. These are a life saver and keep my little ones busy for a few minutes each morning while everyone gets unpacked and ready for the day.




Our phonics story this week was about a hen and we have also been reading The Little Red Hen so we made these cute little hens.

These are made using patterns from Lita Lita.
  

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How to join the Five for Friday linky party....
  • Grab the button at the top
  • post your Five for Friday post on your blog
  • Put the button somewhere in your blog post
  • link it back to this post
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1 comment:

  1. I LOVE your The Little Red Hen art project! So cute!!

    Carlee Van Ness
    The Kindergarten Press

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