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Martha, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Mike Maroni discuss their favorite childrens books; Martha and Kathie Lee make adorable animal hats for kids.

Martha, Kathie Lee Gifford, and Mike Maroni discuss their favorite childrens books; Martha and Kathie Lee make adorable animal hats for kids.

Winter Glove Santa:  We made these in 6th grade for our classroom tree.  They are very easy & fun to make!  Materials needed: white glove, red felt (hat), construction paper (for face), eyes, cotton ball (for eyebrows), yarn (for whiskers & to tie hat together), pink ball for nose, bell and ribbon for hat, hot glue, rubber band (to tie the glove), & batting to stuff glove.  Happy Decorating!!!

Winter Glove Santa: We made these in 6th grade for our classroom tree. They are very easy & fun to make! Materials needed: white glove, red felt (hat), construction paper (for face), eyes, cotton ball (for eyebrows), yarn (for whiskers & to tie hat together), pink ball for nose, bell and ribbon for hat, hot glue, rubber band (to tie the glove), & batting to stuff glove. Happy Decorating!!!

Animal Zoo Cake Idea BIRTHDAY AT THE ZOO-Instead of one large cake, serve smaller bites for your little animals. Decorate cupcakes to look like your child's favorite animals by Birthday in a box

Little Penguin  By Victoria Smith    I'm a little penguin short and fat  Wearing my tuxedo without any hat.  I live in Antarctica where I splash and play,  Whales, sharks, and leopard seals make me run away.

Little Penguin By Victoria Smith I'm a little penguin short and fat Wearing my tuxedo without any hat. I live in Antarctica where I splash and play, Whales, sharks, and leopard seals make me run away.

This back to school resource unit can be utilized over the first few weeks of first grade. (It would also be suitable as an end of year thematic unit for kindergarten.)

Back to School Mega Monster Fun - Literacy and Math

This back to school resource unit can be utilized over the first few weeks of first grade. (It would also be suitable as an end of year thematic unit for kindergarten.)

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