This took me a loooot longer than I had planned to put together for someone else to use, but here it is – Power Tower labels on greater than, less than, and equal to. This is NOT my idea. In fact, you will need to watch this video to get the gist of it. My […]
Early elementary people, do you know about my Crayon Color Words MagnetMat freebie? Have I even really explained what a MagnetMat is?? Well, over the summer, the little wheels in my head began spinning, and I started experimenting on how I could create hands-on materials that would make my students eager to fill-in-the-blanks and practice […]
Hey guys! Thanks for my 75 fans! I need to be in bed but a promise is a promise! Just click on the pic below! Soon I’ll give you a sneak peek at my 100 fans giveaway. I’m very excited about it!
I’m not really sure if there are any Spanish teachers out there like me that need name tags for desks, but just in case, here are some I created for my classroom. There are eight different Spanish-speaking countries represented (randomly selected, well, except for Argentina. I’m a little biased since my husband’s from there :p. […]
After watching the documentary Bag It (see trailer here), I soon became better friends with a lady named Ms. Green. I had heard of her before, but I hadn’t taken the time to get to know her until watching the documentary. Now, as a person, she can be a bit overbearing and it seems she […]
Well, I’m back from Hunting Island, nice and toasted! I hope you all had a fabulous weekend, and I hope this week is even more fabulous for you :). So, I used a random calculator widget thing, and the winner was number 18. I started counting with the very first fan (my husband :P) and […]
Ok, I have to write really quick because my husband and I decided last-minute to go to Hunting Island, SC this weekend (last vacay before I head back!), so please make sure you have liked my new facebook page here – http://www.facebook.com/flapjackeducationalresources On Sunday night at midnight, I will randomly choose a new fan and […]
So, it’s a little ridiculous, but for several years now, when translating into Spanish on my computer, I have just been copying and pasting accent marks I searched for in Google. In Word, thankfully, I could insert symbols and get what I needed, but everywhere else, and especially with the dreaded upside-down exclamation and question marks, […]