Just a few things....

Thank you all for your sweet comments yesterday - today was a MUCH better day...
I even did my next craft, inspired by Hadar :)
It's a post-it note holder!

Hadar's are way cuter...but, I just used what I had around the house, though I DID have to go buy a frame. I thought I had some flowers at home to put in the corner, but I don't....so I'll add that later (a daisy, of course since those are my fave!)

I just wanted to share a couple of things with you....

First, I really did marry quite the crafty man. He's a lot like me. He sees something and thinks "ooh - idea!"
He was playing with some Play-doh with Autumn yesterday, and thought, "hey, what about play-doh clip art!?"

So he made some letters....and turned it into clip art! lol

It's Play-Doh Clip art...
cute, hunh??

Also...I logged onto our county's library to place a book on hold...and LOOK at what I saw staring at me!!!

Brevard County Libraries - eLibrary Catalog

They are now lending e-books for your e-reading pleasure!!
I'm so excited, I just put Hunger Games on hold. 
I don't know how to get it from my PC to my Nook yet, but I'm hoping I can figure it out.
Any of your libraries do this??
Wanna give a sistah some tips??

And today, I started working on my St. Patty pack...yippee!!

So far for the literacy it is going to be:
ABC order to the 3rd letter
Part of Speech sorting
sentence stretcher

and for the math it's going to be:
2-digit addition with and without grouping
missing addends

who knows...it could change, or I could add more - we'll see :)

Of course, I'll be splitting it up into just math and literacy or making a bundle...people seem to like having that option, so I'm stickin' with it :) And probably for the same low price.

I really want to do my Dr. Seuss pack - but I'm trying to find clip art I like...that's in "cheap" range..lol! I know scrappin doodles and MelonHeadz has some...anyone know any other places??


Owls and Lessons, Etc. said...

You've been busy! Glad today is much better!! How on earth did y'all do those play-doh letter fonts? Too cute!

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Runde's Room said...

Those play doh letters are SO cute! Wish my husband would come up with something like that ;)
I could use a crafty day ... my day today was probably a lot like yours yesterday ...

Runde's Room

Holly said...

Holy productive day girlie!!!!!!

That font is CUTE!!!!!

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Kelley Cirrito said...

I made one of those for my valentine from the bloggy exchange!!!! Too funny!

Journey of a Substitute Teacher (Ms. T) said...

Love the fonts!

YAY about the nook/library!

My library does that too for e-books and I do it all the time for my Kindle.

I just go to the e-book I want and click it. If it's available, then I hop over to Amazon where I download it. I don't know if that's how you'll do yours or not. But yeah, I click 'check out'. Should be pretty easy. Hope that helps!


Journey of a Substitute Teacher

Miss Foote said...

My library has ebooks too! It is so great, except for the shorter check out time. I have to use adobe epub to downloadable books. Once it is downloaded to adobe digital editions and my nook is plugged into my computer, I just drag the book to my nook.

Chickadee Jubilee

Shasta Looper said...

You wouldn't happen to be in North Carolina? If so, I am just down the mountain from you :)

Kristin said...

Love that play-do clipart! FUN!
A Teeny Tiny Teacher

The Colorful Apple said...

Whoaa I'm going to go check if my library has ebooks right now! I spend way too much money on books from amazon. Thanks for the tip! And your craft came out great!

Sara :)
Smiling In Second Grade

Jill said...

My library checks out e-books too! I do the same thing that Laurie does with the Adobe Epub thing. The first time I did it it took me FOREVER to download all the stuff but now it is easy peasy!! It is awesome!

Marvelous Multiagers!

Miss Kindergarten said...

are you kidding?!?! Your post it frame turned out stinkin' adorable!! the polka dot and color combination is so cute!!! love!

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