Sock Monkey Accent Border

I’ve had several requests for the cute sock monkey border that I used on my Pixy Stix holder, so here it is, and it’s free. The accent border matches all the Sock [Continue Reading]

Sock Monkey Pixy Stix Toppers

These cute Pixy Stix Toppers are so cheerful in orange, yellow, green and blue and coordinate with our Sock Monkey Classroom Theme.  They are perfect for birthdays, open house, behavior rewards, or [Continue Reading]

Mike the Headless Chicken

If you have reluctant writers, this research project is sure to get their attention! In 1945, a farmer was sent out into the yard to bring back a chicken for dinner. After [Continue Reading]

Bridge the Gap with Transition Words

Students often struggle to include transition words in their writing. In this lesson, students will learn that transition words help writers “bridge” the gap between ideas. Students will practice using transitions by [Continue Reading]

Sock Monkey Classroom Theme

Everyone loves sock monkeys! How can you not with their silly smiling faces and their floppy legs and arms? Our Sock Monkey Classroom Theme is so fun and cheerful in orange, yellow, [Continue Reading]

Pretty Paisley Classroom Theme – Now in a Great Bundle

The Pretty Paisley collection is now available in a bundle! You asked and I listened. Now, all 17 items are ready to be downloaded and printed to help you create a beautiful [Continue Reading]

Ladybugs and Dots – 4 New Products Added to Theme!!

Ta-da! Here’s my long awaited additions to my Ladybugs and Dots Theme!! I’ve added an alphabet line, binder covers and spines, a number line and a behavior chart. I know I’ve been [Continue Reading]

Turtle Time

Turtle Time Classroom Theme is the perfect combination of popular colors and designs. Kids will love the two adorable turtles with big smiles. They can be spotted on some of the products [Continue Reading]

The Little House ELA Unit

There sure is something enduring about the book, The Little House by Virginia Lee Burton. She is a master at personification and brings the Little House to life. I love the pictures [Continue Reading]

Mr. Willowby’s Christmas Tree ELA Unit

The story starts when Mr. Willowby orders a tree for his mansion, but it is too big. He has his butler (I love that he is named Baxter), chop the top off. [Continue Reading]