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1-2-3 Come Do Some Little Red Riding Hood Fairy Tale Activities With Me

One of the many themes I do with my students is fairy tales, they absolutely love this genre.
little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesNo matter what time of year you slip in a fairy tale or two, I think your students will enjoy making these "hands-on" craftivities, which will help students practice the sequence & retell a story” standards.

Today's blog features 3 of my latest storytelling crafts for the fairy tale "Little Red Riding Hood".  

For consistency, I wanted all of my storytelling WHEELS, SLIDERS & FLIP-the-FLAP booklets to have the same format. 

My Y5s absolutely love making & collecting them so much, that after story time, several children will often ask "Can we make a 'tell the story' craft for this book?"

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesFirst up is a "flip the flap" booklet,  where the wolf’s “mouth” tells the tale, as students color, cut & collate the “muzzle-shaped” pages into a little booklet, which is then glued to the wolf’s face, making a “flip-the-flap” activity. 


I've included black & white patterns, as well as colorful ones, so that you can quickly & easily make an example to share.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesI purposely did not number the pages, so you can check comprehension.
This also allows you to choose less pages for preschool students, who can easily sort beginning-middle-& end, then retell the story with a limited number of “picture prompts”.

Simply run the wolf pattern off on construction paper or card stock.
Students trim & add a few highlights with crayons.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesFor some 3D pop, have children bend the tips of the ears forward.

I also drew a completed face of the wolf pattern, should you want to make a mask.

For all of the projects, when everyone is done, have children pick a partner and take turns telling the story of “Little Red Riding Hood”  to each other.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesWe sometimes do this sort of thing with our older reading buddies

Next up is a "Little Red Riding Hood" storytelling slider.

Here students sequence & retell a story by sliding the "picture prompts" through a "window".

There are 3, “outside picture” options to choose from: grandma in bed, Little Red Riding Hood, plus the wolf.
Pick your favorite or give children a choice.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesI’ve included simple, rectangular cutting templates for PK kiddos, as well as “cut me out” patterns for more experienced, scissor-skilled students.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesChildren color the story elements on the “slider strips” then cut and glue them together.

As they pull on the end of the “slider-strip” the various pictures go through the “window”, so that students can take turns retelling the story

I introduce the lesson by reading  "Little Red Riding Hood", then share my completed "slider craft” with my students.

So that you can quickly, and easily make an example, I’ve included full-color slider patterns, along with the black & white versions for students.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesAfter I read the story, we retell the tale together, using the picture prompts on my slider.
I have them guess which story element they think comes next, before I pull the picture through the “window”.

My students now know what’s expected of them, and are very excited to transition to making a slider of their own.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesStorytelling sliders are also an easy & interesting way to assess comprehension.

I’ve included a “Let’s “sequence the story” activity for this, where students color and trim the picture “windows” then glue them in the correct order on their worksheet.

There’s also a, “Here’s What Happened…” writing prompt worksheets, as another way to check comprehension, plus practice sequential writing, hopefully using a variety of ordinal numbers and other transitions. 

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesFinally, another option you have for practicing these standards is the "Little Red Riding Hood" storytelling WHEEL craft.

Unlike some of the other stories we read, fairy tales have a few more story elements, so retelling them takes more "picture prompts". 

With that in mind, I designed a front & back wheel, so that the graphics are larger on a "slice" from a 6-piece "pie"circle, than they would be on a circle divided into  12-pieces. 

I find that my little ones choose only one color & tend to scribble, when graphics are small, whereas they do a much better job coloring in the graphics on these patterns.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesThere are 2 “print & go” options to choose from: A circle wheel, which features Little Red Riding Hood, as well as a basket-shaped wheel.
Pick your favorite, or give students a choice.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesThere are full color patterns to use for an independent center, as well as a sample to share, plus a black & white pattern, so students can make their own.

When everyone is done, practice retelling the fairy tale “Little Red Riding Hood” using the manipulative. Everyone starts by turning their wheel so that her face appears in the “pie-slice window”, then call on a child to begin the story,

Continue to turn the wheel, calling on different students to tell you that portion of the story explaining the “picture prompt”.

When you get to the sixth-pie slice, showing "grandma in bed", have children unfasten the brass brad and flip their wheel over, to reveal the last half of the story.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesI’ve also included a “back” pattern for both the circle wheel and the one shaped like a basket, where students simply flip their wheel up & over to finish telling the rest of the fairy tale, without having to take their wheel out.  

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesThere's a blank-circle pattern, for the back which you can leave as is, or use the empty space for a writing prompt: "What was your favorite part in the story?" etc. 

I've also included a pattern with the headings: beginnning-middle & end, as well as my completed sample. (See photo)

Just like the slider craft, you can check comprehension with the “Here’s What Happenedwriting prompt worksheet.

little red riding hood activities, little red riding hood crafts, fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, sequencing a story activities, retelling a story activitiesBesides the black & white pattern, there’s also a full color template so you can quickly & easily make an example to share, or do as a whole group activity with little ones.

Another way to check comprehension, and reinforce the “sequencing a story” standard, have students do the “color, cut & glue” sequencing worksheet; this too can be done individually or as a whole group. 

fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, end of the year acctivities, end of the year crafts, memory books for end of the year, school memory booksToday's featured FREEBIE is a super-simple, end-of-the-year writing prompt that makes a quick and easy memory book, or class book you can share with your next year's kiddos.  I hope you find it useful.

fairy tale activities, fairy tale crafts, end of the year activities, memory books, end of the year writing promptsWell that's it for today.  Thanks for stopping by.

Nature decided it would thwart the rainy forcast and play nice today, providing a bit of sunshine & wonderful spring temperatures in the 70s! Woo hoo.

Time to take a much-needed break and get this old body outside. Maybe a little gardening perhaps?  Wishing you an awesome day filled with everything you enjoy the most.

"If you have a garden and a library you have everything you need." -Marcus Tulleius Cicero

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need. Marcus Tullius Cicero
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1-2-3 Come Do Some Fairy Tale Activities With Me     

once upon a time fairy tale activitiesOne of the many themes I do with my students is fairy tales.  It’s a great unit for “March is Reading Month” complete with a super-fun parade of “book characters” or a nice theme to wind down with at the end of the year.

book character paradeOne of our favorite fairy tales is "The Three Little Pigs". There are zillions of versions of this popular story out there, which make for wonderful comparison-contrast discussions. Click on the link for a cute YouTube video of a contemporary version:"The 3 Little Pigs"

Fairy tales are not only enjoyable, often leaving us with a "moral of the story" to ponder, but they are simple and short, making it easy for students to remember.  They're perfect for practicing the “sequence & retell a story” standards.  

With that in mind, I designed 3 different crafts for "The 3 Little Pigs" fairy tale, which make it extra fun to practice these standards. Choose either a storytelling WHEEL, SLIDER or a "Flip-the-Flap" face craftivity.  

All of the patterns come in black & white for students to color, as well colorful templates so that teachers can quickly and easily make an example to share to help explain things.  

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesFirst up is the "flip it" piggy. Simply run the pig pattern off on pink construction paper or card stock.

Students trim & add a few highlights with crayons.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesFor some 3D pop, have children bend the tips of the ears forward.

The pattern already has eyes, but for added pizzazz, attach a pair of wiggle eyes with glue dots. 

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesThe pig’s “nose” tells the tale, as students color, cut & collate the oval pages into a little booklet, which is then stapled to the pig’s head.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesAnother interesting "hands-on" way to sequence & retell the fairy tale is with a "turn & learn" wheel.

There are full color patterns to use for an independent center,  plus a black and white pattern, so students can make their own.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesWhen everyone is done, practice telling “The 3 Little Pigs” using the manipulative. Everyone starts by turning their wheel so that the little pig who built his house of straw, appears in the “pie-slice window”, then call on a child to tell what happened.

Continue to turn the wheel, calling on different students to tell you that portion of the story.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesWhen you get to the sixth-pie slice, where the wolf blows the stick house down, have children flip their pig over to reveal the rest of the story.

Afterwards, have students pick a partner and take turns sharing their wheels with each other. Sometimes we do this with our older, reading buddies.
This is a quick, easy & fun way to check comprehension too.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesFor writing practice, have students complete the “Here’s What Happened” writing prompt worksheet, then color it.

To check comprehension, and reinforce the “sequencing a story” standard, I’ve also included a “color, cut & glue” sequencing worksheet.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesFinally, my "sliders" are also a super-fun way to retell and sequence the story. 

There are 3 outside slider options to choose from: A pig, the 3 pig's houses, and the 3 little pigs grouped together.  Pick your favorite or give children a choice. 

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesLittle ones can do the easy-peasy rectangular shape for simple cutting, while older kiddos can opt to cut around the pigs and houses.

Students color the story elements on the “slider strips” then cut and glue them together.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesAs they pull on the end of the “slider-strip” the various pictures go through the “window”, so that children can take turns retelling the story to a partner or reading buddy, then take their “Three Little Pigs” slider home to share with their family, once again practicing these standards.

I introduce the lesson by reading the ”fairy tale”, then share my completed "slider craft” with my students.

So that you can quickly, and easily make an example, I’ve included full-color slider patterns.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesAfter I read the story, we retell the tale together, using the picture prompts on my slider.
I have them guess which story element they think comes next, before I pull the picture through the “window”.

My students now know what’s expected of them, and are very excited to transition to making a slider of their own.

3 little pigs fairy tale activities, 3 little pigs crafts, retelling a story activities, sequencing a story activitiesStorytelling sliders are also an easy & interesting way to assess comprehension.  I’ve included a “Let’s “sequence the story” activity for this, where students color and trim the picture “windows” then glue them in the correct order on their worksheet.

There are also 2, “Here’s What Happened…” writing prompt worksheets, as another way to check comprehension, plus practice sequential writing, hopefully using a variety of ordinal numbers and other transitions. 

cov abc list of end of the year songs, songs for the end of the year, end of the year slide show songs, songs for preschool graduation, songs for kindergarten graduationSince the end of school is just around the corner for many teachers, and some are getting ready for a preschool or kindergarten graduation, today's FREEBIE is a list of over 150 songs appropriate for end of the year slide shows, graduation ceremonies and performances. 

Since I spent countless hours compiling it, I thought other teachers might be needing the same thing, so to save you time and help you check one more thing off your "to do" list, click on the link.  Hope you find it helpful. 

fairy tale activities, crafts and activities for the 3 little pigs, end of the year activities, songs for kindergarten graduation, end of the year slide show songs, preschool graduation songsWell that's it for today.  Thanks for popping by. Two of my 8 grandchildren are coming over, so time to put my Nana hat on. 

Hopefully the rain will hold off 'til we've had some outdoor fun.  Wishing you a carefree day filled with lots of hugs and snuggles. I know I'm looking forward to mine!

"We may not be rich and famous, but our grandchildren are certainly priceless." -Unknown

1-2-3 Come Do Some 2D Shape Activities With Me

Most of my Y5s don’t have any problem learning to identify the 2D shapes, however, when I ask them to find an example of that shape in the “real world” many of them have difficulty, particularly with the "toughies" like a hexagon.

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesI even had one little guy think that in order to be a "real" hexagon, that shaped item  had to be yellow because our hexagon pattern block pieces were that color! Sadly, none of my students could think of a "real world" example of a hexagon either. 

Simply "regurgitating" vocabulary when you hold up a colorful paper shape, does not mean your students can point to a kleenex box or ruler and identify it as having a rectangular shape.

learning hexagons with a soccer ball, 2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesWith that startling revelation in mind, I knew that I needed some "hands on" things to emerse them in. One idea to get the pentagon and hexagon shapes into their heads, was to toss a soccer ball to them.  Easy-peasy for me, super fun for them.

Both those shapes are on the ball, so wherever one of their thumbs landed when they caught it, they identified that shape.  A bonus for us, was that "catching and tossing an object" is one of our report card standards. Since we were learning 3D shapes as well, I also had my kiddos say "Sphere!" when they caught the soccer ball. Listen carefully, as some of my students were saying "spear".

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesSince children really enjoy centers as an interesting way to practice, I designed some quick, easy and fun “I Spy!” 2D Shape Wheels.

I use the full color patterns as independent centers, and have the wheels do double duty, when I need a unique assessment tool. My students can't wait for their turn to show me what they know. 

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesBecause it's such a successful activity, I've also included a photo-poster of the soccer ball in both the hexagon & pentagon packets.

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesDepending on the shape and available clip art,  there are  2 - 4 INSIDE wheel options, featuring 12 - 24, different images of 2D-shaped things that children will easily recognize.

There are 4, OUTSIDE pattern options for all of the shapes as well.

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesSince these are shapes in the "real world" one features a global map of the world: "When you're out and about -- and see a hexagon, give a little shout!"; another "wheel cover" depicts the shape being identified: "Hexagons here; hexagons there; I see hexagons everywhere!" while the final option is an "I spy hexagons!" cover, featuring a boy or girl detective.

I’ve also included black & white templates, so that students can make their own “turn & learn” wheel, further practicing this standard

Choose your favorite, or give children an option.  You could also pick one type for your center, and have children choose from the other options to make their own.  If they are like my students they'll be excited. 

After everyone has completed their wheel, have students pick a partner and take turns identifying the name of the shape and an example.

Make a wheel or two in class, or send home as a super-fun alternative, to a worksheet for homework.

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesI've made a wheel craftivity for the following 2D shapes: circle, oval, triangle, square, rectangle, hexagon, pentagon & octagon. 

They are sold individually for just $1.95, or save 40% and buy the bundle, then laminate a set and keep in your math center for years of fun.

end of the year poem, memory book ideas, end of the year activities, note from teacher for the end of the yearSince the end of the school year will be here before you know it, today's featured FREEBIE is a little poem that I had fun revamping; it's entitled: "A-B-C Ya!"

I've included templates in color as well as black and white for PreK-4, PK, Kindergarten & 1st grade, so you can read it to your students, tuck it in a summer packet, or have them color their own and include it in their Memory Books

I hope you find it useful.

2D shape activities, 2D shape crafts, 2D shape games, 2D shape assessments, 2D shape centers, 2D shape wheels, 2D shapes in the real world, examples of 2D shapesWell that's it for today.  Amidst the whirlwind of stuff to get accomplished in our all too busy lives,  I hope you can find a bit of time to relax, as you start counting down the days 'til summer,

Wishing you a stress-free day.

"The time to relax is when you don't have time to relax." -Sydney J. Harris

1-2-3 Come Review The 5 Senses With Me.      

This “play-on-words” ( "My _______ is Sense-sational" ) writing prompt craftivity is a nice review of the 5 senses and definitely has the “Awwwww” factor, as children use their 5 senses to describe their mom, dad, or other special person.

mothers day crafts, mothers day cards, mothers day activities, mothers day writitng prompts, keepsake crafts, hand print crafts, fathers day cards, fathers day crafts, fathers day writing prompts, It’s very versatile & something that’s quick, easy & fun for Mother’s Day, or use the blank “fill in” templates for Father’s Day.

These “fill-in-the blank" pattern pages are also perfect if you happen to have a child without a mom, or perhaps a student would like their paper to say “Mum”, “Mommy” or “Ma Ma”.

mothers day crafts, mothers day cards, mothers day activities, mothers day writitng prompts, keepsake crafts, hand print crafts, fathers day cards, fathers day crafts, fathers day writing prompts, I made my samples using real answers from children. I hope they bring a smile to your face. 

A particular favorite of mine is the answer to the question: "What does your mom smell like?" to which Kaiden replied, "Water cuz she smells good after a shower."

I’m sure the ideas your own students will come up with, will be as sweetly hilarious as well.

Since classrooms today are filled with a lot of diversity, I designed 12 girl & 12 boy head patterns, which offer a nice selection for your students to choose from. There's also a blank template if a child wants to draw their own head.

Instead of drawing a portrait of themselves, another option is for children to draw a picture of their mom or dad. 

mothers day crafts, mothers day cards, mothers day activities, mothers day writitng prompts, keepsake crafts, hand print crafts, fathers day cards, fathers day crafts, fathers day writing prompts, Students pick one, then add facial features, color it, and finally label their five senses.

Have students pick a partner, and take turns drawing one hand on a folded sheet of construction paper. This way they only have to cut once to get two hands, which they glue to the cover of their card.

mothers day crafts, mothers day cards, mothers day activities, mothers day writitng prompts, keepsake crafts, hand print crafts, fathers day cards, fathers day crafts, fathers day writing prompts, For the writing prompt portion of the card, there are 4 girl & 4 boy options, plus a generic bear pattern to choose from.

Students complete the sentences, color & sign their card, stapling the cover to the top.

Younger kiddos can simply dictate their answers to the teacher, a room helper, or their older reading buddy. 

end of the year treats for kids, back to school treats, back to school treat bags, end of the year treat bagsToday's featured FREEBIE: "Orange You Glad?" is an end-of-the year treat you can make to give your students on the last day of school. 

If you've got that covered, I've also included a pattern for the beginning of the school year as well.   I hope you find them useful. 

mothers day crafts, mothers day cards, mothers day activities, mothers day writitng prompts, keepsake crafts, hand print crafts, fathers day cards, fathers day crafts, fathers day writing prompts, Well that's it for today. Thanks for stopping by. 

Time to begin my "too long" To Do list... No matter how many things I check off, I seem to always replace them with a dozen more!  Wishing you a delightful day.  

Definition of a Mother: "A person who does the work of 20 people for free."

1-2-3 Come Do Some Water Cycle Activities With Me

 water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsEvaporation, condensation & precipitation is quite a mouth full of science vocabulary, for a child to wrap their head around.

With that in mind, I designed 3 super-simple, quick, easy & fun water cycle craftivities, which will be featured here on the blog, along with today's FREEBIE.

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsFirst up is a "flip-the-flap" cloud. Children cut out their two cloud pattens, then color the “cover” cloud, and snip on the dashed lines.

They fold the top tab up, then glue just that section to the top of their “explanation” cloud underneath. Easy-peasy!

I’ve included a template with the information filled in, as well as a blank pattern, if you want your students to write up their own descriptive definitions for the 3 stages of the water cycle: evaporation, condensation & precipitation.

When everyone is done, review as a whole group, then have students partner up and take turns sharing their completed project with each other.

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsThe next fun way to practice the water cycle is with a cool crown.  My Y5s absolutely LOVE making and wearing them.

I've also included a simple chant, which will make learning and saying those 3 big science terms super-fun!

The packet includes:

* 5 different crown options for your students to choose from.

* Each style comes with 3 options.:
1).There are black & white graphics representing the water cycle, so that children can color them, 2). as well as a blank crown, should you want your students to draw their own pictures, 3). along with full color, so that teachers can quickly and easily make an example to share.

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsYou can leave the crowns as is, or add the "word strips”, which further reinforce the vocabulary, as students trace & write the words.

The strips add a “dingling dangling”  effect, that your students will truly enjoy.


I’ve also included graphics to add to the end of the strips for more bounce, added pizzazz, and further reinforcement of the 3 parts of the water cycle.

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsWhen everyone has completed their crown, parade around the room chanting the water cycle

I’ve included an anchor chart, plus pocket chart cards to help explain the vocabulary, as well as directions & motions for the chant.

If your students are like mine, they will beg to “Please do it one more time”….

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsFinally, since a cycle is a circle, that continues to go 'round & 'round like a wheel, I decided to reinforce that concept by making a "Raindrop Water Cycle Wheel" craftivity.    

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsThere are 3 raindrop "covers" to choose from, plus blank templates so students can draw & write their own graphics.

There are several “wheel” options, which come with and without words, should you want your students to label their own.

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsBlank patterns are also included, so that older students can illustrate their own water cycle “pie sections”.

There is a 3-part water cycle option: evaporation, condensation, & precipitation; as well as a 4-sectioned wheel that adds “accumulation” to the cycle.

Simply pick which one is appropriate for your students, then “print & go!”

water cycle crafts, water cycle activities, water cycle posters, water cycle songsUse the anchor chart posters to introduce and explain the water cycle, and the song: “The Water Cycle Goes ‘Round & ‘Round” for more fun reinforcement.

Today's featured FREEBIE is an "I Love You" writing prompt. 

abc i love you covI found this idea in various print forms on a variety of sites and Pinterest, so I'm not sure where the original idea came from. 

However, instead of making an 8x10 print to frame, I thought it would be perfect to design some cards, bookmarks and magnets, which children could make in school for various holidays: Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, Father's Day, or Grandparent's Day. I hope you find it useful. 

Me 3Well that's it for today.  Thanks for stopping by. 

The rain has decided to leave us alone for awhile, so time to get out and enjoy the wonderful sunshine. 

It's still chilly, only 58 degrees here in Michigan, but hopefully the sun will warm things up. Wishing you a fun-filled and relaxing day.
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 "Nature gives to every time and season beauties of its own." - Charles Dickens

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