On the fifth day of Christmas, Runde's Room gave to me
five (x ten) Christmas treats,
four borrowed ideas,
three pinterest boards,
two Christmas freebies,
and a Baileys recipe.
5. Five (x 10) Christmas Treats:
Rachel Lynette, from Minds in Bloom, has put together a fantastic (free) Holiday ebook with over 50 Holiday tips and freebies from TeacherspayTeachers authors. If you haven't downloaded your copy yet, be sure you do - and please share these ideas with other teachers in your building. There's something for EVERYBODY! Click HERE to download your copy from TeacherspayTeachers, or HERE to download from google docs (click on file and download). ENJOY!
4. Four Borrowed Ideas:
I've borrowed four fabulous holiday ideas from Meet The Dubiens. Jill (who just happens to be my sister) has put together so many fabulous holiday ideas to keep you busy through the month of December - from fun food Fridays to hand made Christmas gifts. Click on the pictures below to bring you to each post. And if you do stop by, be sure to wish her a VERY HAPPY BIRTHDAY today!
Adorable thumbprint Christmas ornaments (SO cute I think I'll be making a set for our tree).
Snowman cupcakes - how cute are these??? I LOVE anything with snowmen, so these are definitely on my to-do list.
And how cute would these little milk bottles be paired with the snowman cupcakes???
And perhaps my absolute favourite - her Ultimate DIY Holiday Gift Guide. My nephew LOVES his lego table, and she has made an adorable Tea Party table for my niece.
3. Three Pinterest Boards:
I've got a little pinspiration for you. Here are my 3 holiday pinterest boards. Click on the pictures to see my boards.
Holidays in the Classroom
2. Two Christmas Freebies:
Here are two of my Christmas Freebies. If you haven't downloaded them yet, just click on the pictures to get your own copies. ENJOY!
Christmas Cootie Catchers - so much fun!
Christmas Word Problems - Winter and holiday themed word problems to display over the projector or under your document camera.
1. And a Baileys Recipe:
My perfect after dinner coffee in the winter (and perhaps Sunday morning coffee) has a shot of Baileys in it. I've been wanting to make my own for a while, and yesterday I did it. I couldn't test it out though, as I had to run my daughter to a Saturday night soccer game. But yes, my Sunday morning coffee today was ... special!!! I altered this recipe from a few recipes I had seen online. Yummy!!!
I wish you all a VERY happy Sunday!!! I've got a fun family day planned - finish decorating the Christmas tree, bake some cookies with my girls, and a snowman craft later this afternoon. Good times!!!