Hello fellow, Teacherpreneurs! I'm back again to share more about making your Teachers Pay Teachers shop the best it can be. In today's lessons, I will be going a little deeper into your quotebox space and how to turn that singular image we created here into a mini slideshow of multiple images to display all
1. Celebration! Spent some quality time with a bunch of ladies at my friends baby shower. The games were hilarious, food was tasty, and I love the table scape! My favorite part (who doesn't love baby clothes) is watching the mom to be unwrap all of her adorable gifts for the baby girl. 2. Three Day Weekend
Valentine's Day is something every kid (and some teachers, like me) looks forward to each year! Sharing notes of affection, tasty treats, and having a classroom party are the best! Although exhausting, trust me, I know that first hand, but I have the fondest memories of a child at our classroom celebrations
Martin Luther King is such an inspiring person. It is important to explore and learn about his life in whatever grade level you are in. Over the years, I've collected a ton of content, projects and activities to use in any grade level I might be teaching. I'm going to share a couple of resources I've
1. Killin' It. Got my first clutch from Studio DIY! I just loved the color and saying on this one so when I saw this was December's, I had to snag it! 2. Spreading the love, one meal at a time. Our good friends survived their first week starting a new journey and we dropped off a care package for them.