If you follow me on pinterest, then you know I have a slight problem….I’m not even kidding. I could join a 12 step program for my pinning problem.
I pretty much watch ZERO TV anymore because I just sit with my ipad on the pinterest app. Tonight I spent an hour and a half looking through pins about patio furniture!
So, what better linky for me to join up with than Cara’s from The First Grade Parade?:
I’m really not sure how to even begin narrowing down some choices because I’ve pinned so many awesome things this week but here it goes…
This is a non-classroom pin. I couldn’t find the original poster of this pin so it’s just linked back to the image on pinterest but if you know where it came from please let me know so I can link back to the original person.
I REALLY want to make this!! My cousin actually did it and hers turned out amazing! So much cheaper than the thousands of dollars you would pay for a retail set and it looks pretty good!
Okay, now for some classroom pins:
I love this pin because I began using writer’s notebooks 3 years ago with my grade fours and fives. Then I went on maternity leave for a year (we get a year off in Canada) and I came back to a grade one and two class. I struggled with how to use a writer’s notebook with the little ones but after seeing this pin from Apples of Your Eye, I am inspired to try!
|also, no link back to original source so if you know who this belongs to leave me a comment!|
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