S’mores Brownie Bars with Free Brownie Points Printable

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These ooey-gooey S’mores Brownie Bars are an easy classroom treat made with love, for all of your little Valentine’s. No bonfires required!

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Welcome Back to School Classroom Printable

Welcome-Back-Sign

As teachers are getting back into their groove, so are us Moms! I have been able to get quite a bit accomplished this week and this printable is one of them. School starts Monday for us, but I have been at school every day this week.

I made this printable for Bunbun’s teacher today and I wanted to share it with you because it is so positive and a great addition to any classroom. It also makes a great gift for the Holidays, teacher appreciation or end of year. Frame it for an added touch!
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Up Inspired Bulletin Board > Summer Countdown

When I saw Clicky Pix’s ‘UP’ classroom door, I couldn’t wait for the end of the school year! I reused the clouds I had made for our Lorax bulletin board, grabbed the house image from Google and cut it out. I cut all of the letters in the Teacher’s lounge, blew up a each balloon and stapled it all onto the board. Once I had the balloons in place, I found some leftover yarn in the classroom and attached them at the bottom in a point and stretched them up toward the balloons. I added my house on top and we were ready to start the countdown! Each day, a child wrote the countdown number and stapled it to the board and we counted down the days to summer together.

The Lorax Bulletin Board > Spring > Earth Day

I personally wasn’t so welcoming of Spring this year. I love the winter months here in South Florida and never want them to end! I swear, the weather is just perfect…and so is my hair. Bunbun’s teacher loves Dr. Seuss, so for Earth Day, we just had to do a Lorax Themed board. I again took to her amazing projector with my poster board and went to town. The grass was triple folded bulletin paper and I used the Martha Stewart Fringe Scissor to create the blades of grass. Once the board was up, we were finally able get some work up there for everyone to enjoy.

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The Giving Tree Bulletin Board

When Bunbun’s Kindergarten Teacher mentioned that she wanted to do a board for “Random Acts of Kindness,” I immediately thought of The Giving Tree. It was one of my favorite books as a child and I had to jump at the opportunity! I searched on Google for the book cover and used her teachers projector to project the image of the boy. I drew it on poster board and thickened the lines with a sharpie. I colored him in, cut him out and up he went! She absolutely LOVED this board and plans to leave it up until she retires in a few years.

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