This Week's Favorites

What a busy week!
Here are some things I'm loving.......

Photo by She Read Truth

I received my new study from She Reads Truth in the mail this week and I am
so excited to start it soon! I've been following along with She Reads Truth for over
a year now, but just recently started purchasing their journals that accompany each
of their free online studies. I love that the Lent study has the scripture included in the journal
as well as so many beautiful prints of the Word. What I love most is my girlfriends are
doing the study, too!

On Tuesday, my friend Allison hosted an essential oils class and we made chapstick, bath salts, and body butter! It was such a fun night to get to see my girlfriends and talk about essential oils.
I've been using them for a while now, but many people at the party were there to see
what all the hype is about. Let me be honest, I was skeptical to try them at first, but I'm
SO glad I did. Do you keep hearing people say that? I'm planning on sharing more about how
I use essential oils and my daily routine. You can read my Back to School with essential oils
posts here. So back to my friend Allison. She requested I make an essential oils notebook and so
I've been working on it for the past few weeks. It will include a cute cover page you could slide
into the front of a binder, weekly planning page/to do list, notes pages, contact lists, and recipe pages (for things like chapstick, bath salts, etc...) Look for these (I also made a color version) in my etsy shop soon!

I made the our Valentine's this year and I loved how they turned out. Lainey and I gave out
Valentine pencils with ours and Brynn gave her friends some crackers. Her teachers got packs of pink bubble gum! :)

I adore these bags by The Teacher Wife. I have my students make them every year and when I learned that even my 11 month old needed some sort of Valentine box/bag, I used the extras
left over from my class to make hers. I love it when things are easy.

I'm just thrilled with Miss DeCarbo's monthly fluency packs. My kiddos love to sing
in the classroom, as do I, so we love the monthly poems/songs. Of course we had to bust out our heart pointers this week. :)
{p.s.  If you haven't read Miss DeCarbo's blog, you must. And plan to busy reading it for few hours.}

And finally, I can't wait to finish updating this product. I'm giving it a facelift, adding a half-sheet option for the student response sheets to save paper, and adding printable pieces to make your own interactive anchor charts {where students can place their stickies...also to save paper}. I'll be sure to fill you in when it's all updated!

Have a fabulous week friends! :)

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