Friday, June 27, 2014

Five for Friday and a FREEBIE

I'm linking up with Doodle Bugs!

Now that Camp Invention is over, I can return my focus (or lack thereof) on my usual summer endeavors. I love to learn new things and on my list is learning how to make my grandmother's ravioli. On Sunday, I went over to her house so she could teach me. Then, she let me borrow her pasta machine so I could practice. I made them on my own the very next day and they tasted JUST LIKE GRANDMA'S. Win!

Being a soccer fan, I had to catch the USA versus Portugal game in the World Cup on Sunday. I was less than happy with the result but I was glad we were still in it. Then, we played Germany. I'm a tried and true USA fan but I was expecting to get a spanking. Thankfully, we only lost 1-0. We live to play another day!

I finally got back in the swing of creating products for my classroom and store. I just finished this "sweet" product I'll use with my class this fall. It includes task cards, a worksheet, a cut and paste activity and a flip flap book for use in an Interactive Notebook. Click either pic to take you to this product.

I also cranked out this new Even and Odd Owls Activity Pack. It has the same type of activities as the Sweet Subtraction Pack, but with practice of even and odd numbers. Because I love you all so much, I'm giving it away for FREE for the next 24 hours. Hurry up and get yours and pretty please leave some feedback for me while you're at it.

Last, but not least, we finally settled on a vacation! My dear sister in law convinced us to go on a Caribbean Cruise with her. We leave in just 3 weeks! We have so much to do to get ready!


  1. You are going to love your cruise! Every minute will be filled with fun things to do and the food is amazing! Take a good book ,but you probably won't have time to read!
    Teachers Are Terrific!

  2. Yay for homemade ravioli! And I love your TpT products! If I taught a lower grade I would be all over that! Super cute! And I love the QR codes on them. I need to start that on some of the task cards I make!

    Life As I Know It

    1. Jamie, thanks! I do have some multiplication and fraction task cards I made for my 4th/5th grade friends if you are interested!