March Mishmash!

Hi everyone!  Yikes!  It's been a little while since my last post-- I promise I didn't abandon you!  I've just been *super* busy!  But, I'm here now with some pics of what I've been up to in March so far.  It's a bit of a mishmash!

This past week, we stumbled upon adjectives again.  I decided to pretty things up with a fun and colorful anchor chart {that you might have seen on my Instagram}!

Inspiration came from none other than Pinterest… but I can't find a source :(  We concluded our adjective discussion {for now} by making Reagan's Rainbow Name-bows-- always a class favorite!!  First we brainstormed as many adjectives as we could for each letter… some letters were a little bit hard!  Then we put our rainbows together… sorry, no pics of the kiddos' projects.  I think I took this exact picture last year, ha!

I am *sparkling* don't you think?? ;)

Earlier in the month, we decorated for St. Patrick's Day.  I do this little project every year; it's easy and quick, and my firsties love it!  I just noticed that the second one in from the left says, "I feel lucky because I have nineteen hamsters and a blue fish."  Nineteen?!?!

We also made some Loopy Leprechauns, courtesy of Cara Carroll.  This pic is before we added names to the hats… gotta protect my littles!

As the days crept closer and closer to the start of spring, my kiddos started to get a little antsy… a classic case of Spring Fever.  To help combat the "illness," I broke out my handy dandy Compliment Jar!  I saved this incentive idea for some point mid-year this time around, but you can certainly start it from day one!  It's available in my TpT shop if you're interested!

And that concludes this little March Mishmash!  Be sure to follow me on Insta, as it's a quick and easy way for me {and you!} to stay up-to-date when there isn't time to blog!  Have a great Sunday, friends!m :)


Everyone Deserves to Learn said...

I love your adjective word wall- so pretty and bright. Do you keep it up for the rest of the year once you've made it?


Cecilia said...

Love your crafts and your adjective chart is gorgeous. Have a good week.

Mrs. B's Beehive said...

That compliment jar is adorable! I definitely had to add it to my TPT wishlist right away!

Antoinette said...

Okay...I am in awe of how neat your handwriting is! I love how colorful your adjective chart is. My anchor charts never turn out nice like that! Thanks for sharing!

Antoinette :)
Shoelaces and Sugar Cookies

Kimberly Ann said...

That anchor chart looks amazing! :)

Kimberly Ann
Live, Laugh, I love Kindergarten

Sarah B said...

I'm loving the name bows, got to try and fit that in with my class! I adore reading about your class so I've nominated you for a Sunshine Award. Check out my post here.

Butterflying Through Teaching

Miss May said...

Love your adjective anchor chart! I'm an anchor chart fanatic! Creating them is my therapy. Love your blog and so happy I found it!!

One Fab Teacher

Kimberly Santana said...

I bet your littles are loving the compliment jar! It's too cute!

The Learning Tree

Jennifer @ Simply Kinder said...

You always have the best anchor charts! Love them! I try to replicate them but they are never as pretty!

Simply Kinder

Unknown said...

Hello! Stopping by to let you know that I have nominated you for the Sunshine Blogger award.

Head on over to my blog to find out the details!


P.s. I LOVE your anchor chart!

Erika said...

Your adjective anchor chart is beautiful! Mine always look like garbage. Ugh!

Anonymous said...

Adorable compliment jar! Your ideas are always amazing!

Unknown said...

Really a nice article with lot of creativity. Keep it up

Unknown said...

Great ideas! I like the decoration for St. Patrick`s Day. Now I just think to change it a little and use for senior students. They are not so sincere as little children but it can make them express their thoughts and wishes and it can be useful for writing essays and other serious works (you can find some good essays here apply to EssayOnlineStore ) I also like to give my children little papers of different colours at the end of the lesson and the should decide what mood they have after the lesson and to choose one of the papers (yellow – I am happy, green – t was Ok, blue – I am bored, grey – I am very tired) You know it is very helping.

Anne Porretta said...

You are amazing! I love your ideas and your Adjective Anchor Chart. Such talent and patience to make something so colourful and useful!

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