Five For Friday

Y'all I'm so tired, I don't know if I can even count to 5. I'm seriously seeing double, but I thought I'd try to link up tonight and share some of my week.  

{One}
This week was full of lucky leprechauns and St. Patty's Day stuff. 
 Here is a cute little writing craft we did this week. 
Here are some of our centers. We had a blast. Especially sorting the cookies.

 We also did this Skittles Science.  It's one of their favorite things every year.




Do you see the S floating on the top of the water?  They love it! 
All of the activities above are in the Super Shamrock Pack.

{Two}
I actually had a SNOW DAY this week.   I haven't had one in two years.  It was so needed!! Check out Frosty. He only lasted one day and melted, but we're pretty proud. 
Not bad for a mommy and a 3 and 6 year old. 

{Three}
I have this freebie I created last year. I thought I'd share again in case you needed something else fun and common core. Here it is.

{Four}
I've decided in my next life I need to be a stylist. Sunday, there was a Rachel Zoe marathon and I watched several hours.  Do you know how much I would love to go to stores, pull all kinds of things off the rack and then coordinate? Dream come true?  I say, YES! 

{Five}
And... I thought I'd end this post with 5 of my favorite things!



If you have 5 randoms for Friday then link up with Doodlebugs! 





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  1. Go for the blue and white stripped tote! It is adorable and that pattern is HOT right now!

    :) Tamra and Sarah
    First Grade Buddies

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  2. You haven't had a snow day in 2 years!?! Bless...I can't make it through a winter without the vision of snow days! Found you through the linky. Your boys looks like they are having a blast!
    Elizabeth
    Kickin' it in Kindergarten

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    1. Snow days are a daily wish in for me in January and February but by March, I wish against them because I just want to get to summer faster!

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  3. Aww, your leprechauns are adorable. We made some today too, but we haven't written our plans on how to get their gold:)
    Have a wonderful weekend and get some rest!

    Aloha,
    Corinna
    Surfin' Through Second

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  4. I l-o-v-e Urban Decay's palettes too. :)

    Lauren
    lovelaughterandlearninginprep.blogspot.com.au

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  5. I'm your newest follower! Stop by when you get chance!

    Waving from The Teacher's Chatterbox,
    Rebecca

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  6. Can't wait to try Skittle Science next week!!! The kids are going to eat it up :)

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  7. I've seen so many good things about the Naked palette. I may give in! That lip color is fabulous.

    You're blog isn't silly, it's lovely.

    You Might Be a First Grader...

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  8. So many things to love in this post! That snowman is awesome.
    Enjoy your weekend!

    Jenny
    Suntans and Lesson Plans

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  9. Thank you for the math freebie! It is just what my students need! The equality ideas in the common core are one of the things that are completely missing from our first grade math program. (of course they are coming out with a new version) but this helps me now! Thanks!)

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