St. Patrick's Day Nugget Treats Today I'm going to show you how to make this quick and easy nugget treat bag for St. Patrick's Day. These are a great gift for teachers, neighbors, co-workers, and friends. And, they are perfect as favors for a St. Patrick's Day party. Supplies needed: Patterned paper in a St. Patrick's Day theme (I found mine at my local Hobby Lobby store.) Green cardstock White cardstock Green ink (I used Pear ink from Close to My Heart) Green ribbon Shamro
A worksheet I use for the 3rd and 4th Grade to consolidate the written form of the greetings (Good Morning, Good Afternoon, Good Evening, Good Night, Hello, Hi, Goodbye, Bye, Bye-bye). Students should write the correct greeting from the box (Word bank) and...
This could be a fun poster to have posted somewhere in a classroom. You could have students learn to say hello in different languages and have them practice these skills as they enter the classroom in the mornings (make it part of the morning routine-just change language greeting for the day).
Finger print flower art card that's perfect for really young kids to make with assistance. From our post 20 Last Minute Handmade Teacher's Day Card ideas at ArtsyCraftsyMom.com - Free, printable and personalized thank-you cards that kids can make and Teachers will love! Perfect for National Teacher Appreciation Week and or end of school Teacher appreciation tags.