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I am linking up with Kacey for Five for Friday.

Yesterday was my last day of school. My classroom is all packed up and the items that I want to fix or change are brought home. I was able to sleep in a little this morning...6am before my little one got up. I need to get her on summer vacation time too.

Well, on to what we did this week. I didn't take as many pictures as I should, but I took a couple.

1. I made popcorn bags for my kids teachers and aids. I also attached gift cards for the teachers.

2. My current aid brought in her son's turtle. My kids loved looking at it and touching it!


3. We played marshmallow number game. My kids loved this! I also have marshmallow letters and I have done marshmallow names before too. 


4. I am getting together with my sister today! I am excited she is moving from the west side of KS to the east side, which will be about 6 hours closer. Who knew KS was so big?!

5. I have nothing else planned right now. Just spending time with my kiddos and relaxing!

Happy Friday!





Listening- to Access Hollywood

Loving- summer vacation starts Thursday afternoon. Yay! 

Wanting-our car's compressor went and we need a new sway bar and brake pads...ugh. Let's hope is less than the number I have in mind. 

Needing-nothing. Life is good!

Summer Lovin' I have a few books I am hoping to finish reading. I can't wait to take the kids out and about and my sister from KS is in town. I can't wait to hang out with her! 
Running has been very sporadic and I am hoping to get more consistent this summer. I plan on trying to go before the kids get up...we'll see if I stick to it!

Link up with Farley to share what you have been up to Currently!





It has been a dreary weekend here...rain and cold (40s). Since the weather has been nice for being outside I have had some time to finish up on some activities that are half way done. 

Here is another dramatic play props great for your little ones. They are simple, but will help encourage language and communication between my kiddos. They are also working on colors, counting, and manners. I also have a mega pack of dramatic play activities available here (it is a better deal than buying individually).  

You can find the Flower Shop here. 

Here is what is included:

The students will request how many and what color flowers they like. 


There are cards to connect to the flowers. 


There is a checklist for the students to use and a receipt. Each flower is $1 for easy counting. 


There is a flower shop sign, what types of flowers, open/ closed sign and phone number cards.





I have vases, flowers, and aprons all ready to go. Can't wait to use this next year! 

Happy Sunday!




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