We started work boxes the second full week of school. Here are the work boxes we did this past month:

You can grab this freebie here. 


I got these great file folder games at Lakeshore Learning a couple of years ago. (They were in the clearance section!)




You can find these pencil puzzles here. 


You can grab these pattern block numbers at Make Learning Fun. 




What work boxes have you done with your kiddos?

I got these letter construction magnets from Scholastic and they are made by Learning Resources. This goes great with Handwriting Without Tears if you use it. Students construct the letters and you can practice abc id or spelling sight words. Ethan had fun making his name. 


I made some letter construction mats for the kids to use at school. You can grab them for free here. 


I also made individual files for each letter so you can make sight words or the students names and they construct them. You can grab that freebie here






Listening to Avengers Ultron.

Loving our Halloween camping weekend! Although it did rain again. The last four years it has been 50 and rained. Even with the rain though we had a lot of fun!

Thinking about all I have to do this week at school and at home!

Wanting the weekend to be a little longer so I clean up the house, unpack, do the laundry, and all that other fun stuff. 

I feel boo-tiful after I have exercised! I love the sense of accomplishment after I have completed a good workout and I just feel a lot better about myself! 

Link up with Farley to share what you've been up too!



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1. We made some fall trees. Some with torn paper and others with paint and sponges. 

2. We practiced writing 1-6 with Roll and Write from Ashley Hughes. 


3. We finished up our apple activities. 



The students looked at two crayons and decided if they were the same color or different color. You can find this freebie here. 



4. We put some glue down and sprinkled jello on top. The kids loved seeing the color show through and loved the smell!

5. We practiced our colors and shapes with these fun smash mats.  I ask the kiddos to find a color or shape and then they get a small piece of play doh to smash on it. 




 What were you up to this week? Link up with Doodle Bugs Teaching to share! 





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