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Monday, January 14, 2013

"It's the Little Things That Matter" Linky!!

Randi over at Teach it With Class is hosting a linky. 
I was so excited to hear she was hosting it.
If you have not visited here blog, you need to.

As teachers we play an important role in the lives of our students.  Elementary teachers seem to be one of the first role models that students never forget.  Do you still get those kids that come back year after year and say, "I remember when..."?

 My most memorable "treasure"...
A couple of years ago a student brought me a dead mouse in a Ziploc bag.  (Ewww...)  Even though it could have made a good science experiment, we buried it.
 Here are some of the things I have been given this school year.
  (above) "Happy Christmas Days!"  I think it is just too cute.
(below) She went home to practice writing the letter 'A'!!  Love it!!
 And one of my favorite...
  No matter how little the gift may be, to the student it means the world...  precious little treasures!!

I want to thank Stephany Dillon!!  The fonts used in the text boxes above are from her Super Cute Font Pack!!  I also want to thank Mr. Magician for the glittery borders!!

Endless Possibilities,


  1. I had a student last year who brought me something at least every month - an old barbie doll, a My Little Pony, etc. I felt so special :) That little blue raccoon is adorable!

    Ladybugs Lounge

  2. These little things are the best and remind us of my we do this each day!

    Lovin’ Kindergarten

  3. Supercute! I love it all. Thanks for linking up and for your kind words. The glittery borders are so fun!!!

  4. One word... ADORABLE! They worked their little hearts out! I love getting little chachkis from the kids. I especially love those beaded necklaces or bracelets they make then how their eyes light up when you put it on and wear it all day :) Ahh... the little things :)
    Mrs. Jones’s Kindergarten

  5. Ahhhh! A dead mouse!!! I am dying with laughter right now :)The person glued together is pretty good too :)

    Teaching and Tapas: 2nd Grade in Spain

  6. A dead mouse?!? REALLY?!?! Oh wow! I have no idea how I would have handled that! This is a great linky! I'll have to take some pics of some things tomorrow and link up!