Submit to the Write On Edge literary review! Submissions open 4/1/12 - 5/1/12.
Welcome to the Make It Coats Fashion Fabrics Pinterest competition! 1. Visit the Make It Coats Pinterest page and click ‘Follow All’ 2. Create a new board called ‘Fabrics for My Fashion’ 3. Start your board by pinning some photos from the ‘Fashion Fabrics’ board. 4. Complete your board by adding other pins that inspire the fabrics for your fashion! 5. When you’re finished, submit your board URL on our ‘Fashion Fabrics’ Facebook tab GOOD LUCK! :)
Great wedding idea: have family members write letters for the couple to open on their anniversaries!
$4.00 Number Forms...Review the 4 ways to write a number with this fun math center
The 10 Most Twisted Literary Couples - Writers Write Creative Blog
Hand made country Bachlorette party glasses! And yes, I actually made them! 1 spray on adhesive 2 whatever color glitter 3 sealant to ensure longtime use 4 simple ribbon for bows 5 little charm that says "I do" for the bride ($2.00 at hobby lobby) 6 for the lid write the date of the bachlorette party ENJOY! And so BEAUTIFUL and simple!
1: Ask students to gather any necessary review materials such as textbooks and class notes 2: Give each student a sheet of plain paper and six Post-it Notes. Students will also need a pencil. 3: Challenge students to create relevant quiz questions on each of the Post-it Notes, then stick them on the sheet of paper. Have students write the correct answer to each review question under the Post-it® Note. 4: Once the quizzes are complete,
Practicing sight words. Write 5 sight words down on a white board. Then erase one. They have to write the word that is missing on their white board.
It's All About Fashion
enchantment water spell. 1. Fill a bowl with a little salted water (sea salt) 2. Light a white candle and place it where the flame is reflected into the water. 3. Write on a piece of paper your desire, with a water coloured marker or a pencil while visualizing the thing you want. 4. Wait for the writing on the paper to evaporate. 5. The spell is now cast now pour the water and paper into the earth.
STEP 1: Cut card to 51/2 inches by 41/4 inches. STEP 2: Cut a piece of patterned paper 1 3/4 inches by 5 1/2 inches and adhere to the card fold edge. STEP 3: Tie a ribbon around the card where the patterned paper and the white part of the card meet. STEP 4: Using sage ink, stamp one image on your card and one onto a scrap piece of white cardstock. STEP 5: Cut out a few of the images on your scrap piece and adhere them on top of the ones
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding; in all your ways submit to Him and He will make your paths straight Proverbs3: 5-6
Bookface Photo Contest--this would be fun to have everyone submit, then post a slideshow on the Library website
My kids relay to much on the digital clock.... "Peek-a-boo" clocks and other great ideas from Mrs. Madden, a second grade teacher. For the "peek-a-boo" clocks: Glue 2 paper plates together. Cut 12 flaps around the edge. Write equivalent minutes underneath. Attach movable hands, if desired. Good idea!
Braided Edge Make a braided edge by cutting 12-inch-long, 1/4-inch-thick strips of dough and braiding them together. Brush the edge of the crust or the bottom of the braids with water; secure. Trim braids equal to circumference.
Books Worth Reading
Laminate these and have kids use them at a literacy center. Make a list of things for kids to do. #1 find 6 books you want to read #2 find 3 non-fiction book #3 write down the titles of 3 books with animals on it. #4 write down the titles of books with a girl as a main character
1.Start by drawing a line on the outer edge of the eye using "Raven" blend inward at an angle 2.Apply "Truffle" then "Bordeaux" overlapping each color slightly 3.Taking "Native" blend in the crease 4.Take "Gilded" and apply after "Bordeaux" lastly to highlight the inner corner apply "Shell" 5.Apply the liner using "little black dress" to both top and bottom lashes! Smudge the liner slightly with "Raven" on the lower lash line 6.Done! Lips/Barefoot lipstick
1.Order an oversized print of a photo you’ve already taken 3. Have Home Depot cut a piece of plywood down to the exact size of the photo. 4. Lightly sand the sides with fine sandpaper. Seal the sides with any clear wood sealant. Screw two d-rings into back of plywood about 1/4 the way down, 2 inches from the side, one on each side. 5. Thread picture frame wire through the d-rings. Line each side of plywood (to the edge) with 3/4 inch double-sided permanent tape. Place photo on top of tape.
i can do this.