Monday, June 3, 2013

Currently and Father's Day Freebie

We finished up our Super Father's Day activity this morning for the kiddos to take home and share with their padre's mid-month! 

We talked about similes and read the book "I'm Quick as a Cricket (Veloz como un grillo)" by Audrey Wood. Then we got to work writing a few similes and other statements about our super dads.

Here is one completed in English...


In Spanish...
(He even cut out a photo of Dad to make it more authentic ;))


And one even made for a brother :)!


Snag this quick Father's Day freebie in both English here (Created by Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten). And in Spanish (my translated version) here.

Now to link up with Farley @ Oh' Boy 4th Grade for this month's "Currently"!


And finally....duh duh duh...this year's class t-shirt revealed! We received them just in time to sport them on Field Day this past Friday! You def. couldn't miss us! Love it!


14 comments:

  1. Hey Krista-
    Found you through Farley's Currently.
    We got into it super late, but am happy to follow yours. :)
    I love the color of your shirt also.
    Field day and summer are all about bright colors.
    At least to me. lol :)
    I use to pin a ton of recipes from a Skinny Taste website.
    I've tried some of them out and they were yummy.
    Here is the link to their Pinterest board:
    http://pinterest.com/source/skinnytaste.com/
    Hope you find something you like! :)
    Antoinette

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    1. Thanks for the recipe link! Can't wait to explore! Looking forward to sharing ideas!

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  2. Those Super Dads are awesome! They will love them!
    Katie
    I Want to be a Super Teacher

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    1. We had a lot of fun with them! And it was a quick, simple activity as well!

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  3. I love your shirts they are amazing! Your super dad activity looks great too! I have to make about 100 dvds on my computer so Please keep your fingers crossed for my computer too! I am your newest follower!

    Karmen
    Karmens Kinders

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    1. Thank you! Hope the DVD creation went well. Looking forward to sharing ideas!

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  4. You used my Super Dad cards!!! So great! I love seeing my stuff in use. Thanks for the shout-out!!! :) It's so fun that you have class t-shirts. Do you buy them all or do your kids all send in money? That's the greatest idea! I have some recipes on my Pinterest page as well. http://pinterest.com/kristinyoung/yums/ I will warn you that some of them are NOT healthy {although delicious} but I'll probably be adding more healthy things this summer. We can trade recipe finds. ;)

    Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten

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    1. Of course! Thank you for sharing the adorable activity! Also, I more than appreciate the recipe suggestions. Looking forward to checking them out!

      As far as the T-shirts. Each kid had the opportunity to buy one for $7. I had all but two buy one, so I just purchased the extras myself :)! They are from a company called Whitney Daniels. Check it out: http://www.whitneydanielsdesigns.com/

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  5. I love your T-shirts and Father's Day activity! I am trying to talk my mom into doing a superheros theme for her classroom next year!

    The Fashionista Teacher

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  6. I love your tshirts and your blog! Laura
    Read-Write-Create

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    1. Thank you Laura! Looking forward to sharing ideas!

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  7. I did superheroes this year & next year, only because there were no DC/Marvel classroom decor, just generic & I was bored last summer :) I traced & painted my own Superman, Wonder Woman, etc for accents in my room. My kids loved it & it carries over so well into content & the fun stuff we can do with the kiddos.

    Love your blog & will be following through Bloglovin' Looking forward to reading more :)

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    1. Thank you for your comment Darnee! Superheroes is def. a theme that can tie into so many other things! Looking forward to sharing ideas!

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