I used to dread Sunday nights. I loved Sunday Funday’s 🍾🏈🥃 probably too much 🤷🏻♀️
Come Sunday night, I was bummed! Half lit, unhealthy, overweight & hating the drive to work on Monday.
I would contemplate running away to join the circus 🎪 or try to figure out how to surf so I could give lessons on some exotic island 🏄🏽♀️
I’m so glad I finally said yes to my coach, after saying no 10 times 🤦🏽♀️. We might not be on the beach yet but by saying yes we are healthy (kicked diabetes, lowered cholesterol & lost over 50 lbs) & I get to stay home with a different type of circus 🤪🎪 only working part time from home.
🙋🏻♀️If you’re dreading going into work, looking for extra money to travel, buy presents or send your kids to private school & enjoy helping others then join our amazing team. This started as wanting to be held accountable but turned into the most amazing experience ever. It’s worth a serious look at 🙌🏽
Make your own placemats for a lovely Thanksgiving Feast 🦃! More details and Thanksgiving activities on the blog (link in profile)!
1 103 hours ago
How about making some bread for your Thanksgiving Feast? It sure will stimulate your children’s imagination and offers more than enough open-ended possibilities to create and experiment: Counting and sorting raisins and all kinds of dough creatures... mermaids, cookie monsters, bats, mushrooms, a dinosaur snake and snowmen! We loved the Monster Bread recipe by the #artfulparent! More ideas on the blog (link in profile).
All hands 🤚🏻 on deck! Making bread for our Thanksgiving Feast!
1 63 hours ago
“Gratitude unlocks the fullness of life. It turns what we have into enough, and more. It can turn a meal into a fest, a house into a home, a stranger into a friend.” – Malody Beattie.
How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? We focused on themes of sharing and caring, community and compassion for each other:
What do you say ‘thank you’ for?
What makes you feel happy and/or what is something someone else did that made you happy?
What is something someone else helped you with recently?
What would you really miss in your live?
Find more Thanksgiving ideas and activities on the blog (link in profile)!
Have you done Directed Draws with your class? They are SO much fun and I absolutely LOVE spending the time with my kiddos doing art! How cute are these turkeys?!? 🦃 @howywoodkate makes the BEST Directed Draws that not only have step by step directions, but also step by step pictures to show your kids as you go along! That has been the game changer for me! Having the visual to show my kiddos each step, even though I’m doing it with them, has made the process and end result that much better! The other great thing is that ALL kids love to do these Directed Draws! Not just kindergarteners! This is definitely a MUST if you still have school next week! - - - -
This was a bit of an undertaking, but I think they’re really lovely. I vow to make our next project something very I’M FIVE YEARS OLD, OK! and let them glue tacky stuff to other tacky stuff, and then smother it all with stickers🙃 .
Thanks to @artwithmrs.e for the great idea of filling tiny daubers with ink! #kindergartenart
Ateş Böcekleri...Storylerin ömrü 24 saat olunca sizden gelen isteklerle bu postu hazirladım..Merak edenler izlesin...Beğenenler bir daha izlesin...Ömrü uzun olsun... #kisdart#ateşböcekleri#kindergartenart
This little monster project was inspired by the pretty colorful circles left behind from creating planets for our galaxy artwork! Originally we used paper plates as our “messy mat” to color our coffee filters and spray them with water. However, when I saw the pretty colors left behind on the plates when we lifted up the planets, I decided that next time we would spray them on top of paper so we could turn them into something! Kind of like two projects in one! We also had a little chat about recycling! ♻️So here they are our recycled monsters! Lol 😈 #artwithmissfix#artteacher#artteachersofinstagram#kindergartenart