WWTK and The Guest Post #Swap...sharing some personal memories, plus updates and a giveaway reminder!
I did this poem in 1981 while I was in Pre-school for our school program!! Can't believe I just found this on here :-)
Five Senses Dice Pattern. Children “roll” the dice. Whatever sense the picture represents, children name something that is done with it. Example: “Nose – can smell popcorn.”
Big nose Monster Bookmarks. These bookmarks are simple to make with children of all ages. A great book craft to do with kids that will keep the kids reading all summer long. Love these guys!
mewtwo870: sixnightmares: smilin’ good morning human! how are you? *flicks my tongue at the tip of your nose* you smell lovely today!
Worksheets: "Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer" - here are the actual words for ninjtreas
Library Lock-Ins for Teens
Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum
When "Rudolf the Red Nosed Reindeer" first came out, we didn't have a color tv so our neighbor 3 doors down would let us come over and watch it on their color tv..