Little Pilgrim Kids {a Craftivity}

Yikes!  The weather these days sure is wacky...  Last week it was a hurricane, and today it's a blizzard!  It took me two hours to get home today.  Normally it's a 30 minute drive, but today it was TWO. Whole. Hours.  Needless to say, I'm a tad bit cranky :)  Poor hubby!  Hehe.

Anywho... when I finally got home, I finished up a craftivity that I've been working on!  Take a look:
little pilgrim kids {a craftivity} is a mini unit, much like my native american kids {a craftivity} pack!  In fact, I was inspired to make these little cuties after I made those :)  These Pilgrims are the same size as the Native Americans, so if you want to use 'em together, they'll match!!

This unit includes the patterns to make the girl and the boy Pilgrims:
half-page writing pages:
plus a couple other goodies:
If you want to grab a copy, or to learn more, head to my TpT shop!
I'd love to hear what you think!!! {I hope you love it!} :)

Before I let you go, here's how I went to work today:
As a Pink Lady!  No, it wasn't our 50th day of school-- today we finally got to celebrate Halloween with our kiddos {hence the adorable ghosts still hanging in my friend's classroom}!  Better late than never, right?!  Although I think we are all ready to move on now, hehe :)

{Leave a comment with your email address for a chance to win a copy of my new pack!
I'll pick a winner tonight before I go to bed!}
Congrats to #12, Lisa R.!


RealOCteachers said...

I love the craftivity! I like the idea of having them compare pilgrim kids to today kids.

The REAL Teachers of Orange County

Mrs. Wathen said...

The packet is adorable:) The Venn diagram is great. I believe I even have a book at school comparing Thanksgiving now and then for a young boy! I will have to dig tomorrow:)

The Resourceful Apple

Courtney said...

Love your Halloween costume! Wow! You have had it rough the last few weeks. I hope you stay safe Teri! Your new pack looks adorable!


Swimming into Second

Andi said...

This is super cute! Love those faces.

Meagan said...

These littles are so cute! I have the book Sarah Morten I belive, which would be great for the Venn Diagram. :) You looked super cute today!


Elisabeth said...

Those Pilgrims are too cute!! I love your costume!!! :)


Anonymous said...

Love this pack!

Miss Terrell said...

I love the pilgrims...and your costume! Hope you have better luck on the road tomorrow!

Meridith said...

I love this pack! Your stuff is always amazing! Love the Pink ladies costume! We celebrated the 50th day of school yesterday and I went dressed almost exactly the same.

Glad you got home safely!


Katie said...

Love the pilgrim craftivity!

sarah said...

I'd love to win!:)

Lisa R. said...

We just celebrated the 50th day last week! It's one of my favorite activities. Love your craftivity!! :)
Learning Is Something to Treasure

Heather said...

Another great craftivity!!

Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

aclark said...

These are cute!


Cecilia said...

What adorable pilgrims! cecil0862@yahoo.com

Katheryn said...

SO CUTE!! :)


Ash said...

Love the craftivity an love your Halloween costume! So cute!


Mrs. Cypher said...

Love it! :)

Katie said...

This new unit is too cute! You never disappoint! Thanksmail.com for sharing! kslusher10@g

Tania said...

Love the pink outfit. Fingers crossed :)

Karen F. said...

I own the Native American packet already.. I am cutting out templates as I write this ;-) .. I would LOVE, LOVE , LOVE to win this pack!!! My kiddos were super excited when I told them about the Indian pack.. I can't imagine the reaction I would get if I told them about being able to do Pilgrims from you as well!!! Thank you for being so creative :-)

sarah said...

Love it!


Anonymous said...

Love the idea of having a 50s day on the 50th day of school! What kind of activities do you include? I check your blog every time you update it, and I love your stuff! Thanks for sharing! :)

Brianne said...

These are too cute!! You have the best ideas!!

Special Teacher for Special Kids said...

Yeah... I had a two hour commute too in NY. SNOW... and HURRICANE in two weeks. I love the pilgrim craftivity! I think my kiddos would love it.

Thanks for the chance to get them.



Teach*Pray*Love said...

I love it! Cute as always. :)

Miss Vannini said...

I have the Indian craft...I would love the Pilgrim craft to match!!


Alesha said...

LOVE LOVE LOVE the Pilgrims!!! Such an adorable craftivity!!! :-)


annalu said...

Your craftivity would be perfect for my hallway display!!

ksteacher81 said...

I love your new craftivity and I'm sure my kids will too.
Ruthanne rarace81@gmail.com

Sara Soucy said...

Your costume is awesome! The glasses are my favorite. Love the new craftivity!

Sara :)
Smiling In Second Grade

Anonymous said...

This packet is so cute! It would go perfectly with the social studies unit we are finishing up. Thanks for sharing your amazing ideas!


Kristin said...

ADORABLE!! You are so talented, Teri!
And I can't believe how long it took you to get home. :(

Mrs. Yazzie's Classroom News said...

Adorable. I always love your craftivities!

Briawna said...

These are great! I would love to have them :)

Aimee said...

I never tire of your adorable craftivity creations. They are great!! These Pilgrim kids are absolutely too cute for words. Keep up the great work!

Primarily Speaking

Sandra said...

You look soooo cute!
I am loving your crafts {as always!}
Sweet Times in First

Rachel said...

Love your work! Too cute!


Kristina said...

I know I might have missed this but it is really cute.

Mrs. D said...

Super cute! Love the Venn diagram!


Brittany Wagner said...

I love your packet! Your Thanksgiving packets are so cute! Thanks for posting!

vicky1970 said...

You look adorable and your packets are great. :o)
Traditions, Laughter and Happily Ever After

Annie Moffatt said...

Teri....I just LOVE your craftivities! And you are just the most ADORABLE Pink Lady! So cute!!
The Moffatt Girls

mbcialini said...

Gave you a shout out for the Native American craftivity I got from TPT. My class loved it. Check it out.


Jessica said...

As much as I love everything you post. What did the poem say in your bridesmaid basket? I love that idea! Thanks a million, Hillary

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