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Seven for Sunday

Hi Friends. 
I'm a bit of a rule breaker. Yes, I walk on the "wild side" ... hence the title of this post.  I'm sharing seven... yes, you heard right, SEVEN fantastic things this week. I know, I'm wild, right? This is how I define "walking on the wild side" these days. Sad. 
BUT what is NOT sad is what I'm about the share. I'm officially on Spring Break and I've gotten A LOT done as far as catching up and finishing one of my longest TPT units. More on that later. Today I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs for her linky party!

I was in Big Bear this weekend and this was our "home" for a couple days. We LOVE this place!! This beautiful house belongs to a very generous person in our church body. We are so thankful and blessed that we get this cabin every year for our family and a few of our close friends. We were sad that there was no snow because my little Karis wanted to build "Olaf" (from Frozen), but the weather was stil…

NO PREP April Fool's Day Math and Literacy Fun


FAVORITE.TEACHER WORDS.EVAH! Yes, as a teacher you know how valuable our time is as we race to gulp down our lunch while pulling resource books out to frantically look through quality pages to copy. Or is that just me??

Well, I have a solution. I am SO excited to share this resource with you! I created an April Fool's unit a while back and I've been meaning to revise some things. Since I'm in the mountains for a quick weekend getaway this week, I was able to find some time to catch up on my to do list. I've added about 10 MORE pages to it and leveled the math worksheets for differentiated work. They are labeled Level 1 and Level 2. This resource can span grades 1-3 with these levels. I am seriously SERIOUSLY excited about this unit because my students always love April Fool's..but really... in all honesty, it's just kind of an obscure "holiday" that no one really pays THAT much attention to. I mean, kids LOVE it but teachers...not so much. Un…