Friday, April 11, 2014

Five for Friday- A Spring Break Giveaway!

WOOHOO!!! Happy Friday everyone!  I made it- Spring Break!!!  Linking up with Doodle Bugs Teaching to share my Five for Friday AND my big Spring Break Giveaway!

 Here is the final product of our coffee filter flowers that we painted last week!  Love how the bulletin board came out :-)

 We are very lucky to have a garden here at school and a fabulous lady, Mrs. Sparrow, who takes care of it!  In the Fall we do a lesson about using our five senses outside and in the Spring we get to plant, grow, and harvest veggies!  I have planted:
    1.carrots, which kinda failed because they got mixed up with another veggie...    
    2.lettuce, which produced more than we could possibly eat!  I ended up sending some home with every kid AND putting a ton in the teacher's lounge for some fresh salads. 
    3. This year we planted radishes- we will see how they turn out!

 We made super cute Kites to show How to Make 10! And put them up with our flowers!

 Today we had fun friday! Because who is actually going to focus the day before Spring Break?? This included ice cream sundaes!  Now, I made them tell How To make an ice cream sundae of course- it fit with our curriculum.  They loved them, and so did I!

 In honor of Spring Break, and finally having time to create Spring products, I am hosting a Spring Break Giveaway!  1 person will win the following:

AND ALSO: my Spring Has Sprung Roll Say Keep and Spring Has Sprung Math Games.  Which I don't have a picture of because I'm done finished with them yet...  But they will be great!

Enter on the rafflecopter below!!  You have through Saturday April 19th and I will pick a winner on Easter Sunday and announce it during a Peek at my Week!

Now jump back over to Doodle Bugs Teaching for more Friday fun!  Have a great weekend! a Rafflecopter giveaway

1 comment:

  1. What a great idea the ice cream sundaes were! And I LOVE those kites! :) Happy Spring Break! I am off this week, too. Don't we NEED it?! :)
    <a href="'>Kindergarten: Holding Hands and Sticking Together</a>