Favorite Pin Friday! A Happy Theme

This week I went with things that make me happy!  I hope everyone has a happy weekend!  You can follow me on Pinterest by clicking the link on my blog :)  If you click on any of the pictures, it will take you directly to the blog/website with these awesome ideas! 
These free anchor charts make me very happy.  Oceans of First Grade Fun did an AMAZING job :)  I have terrible handwriting, and I hate putting up things that look sloppy.  I know how important it is to make anchor charts with students. These are a great resource to use while making anchor charts with students!!
Fun sight word activities make me happy :)
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Diva's shows how to make this Connect 4 sight word game!
 Next Comes L has these bright colored sight word popsicle puzzles. 

I thought this book hospital by Learning in Wonderland was too cute and a great idea!

I love this birthday idea from Erica Bohrer!  Students love having their pictures posted, and they LOVE birthdays!

This quote by Oscar Wilde makes me happy and I love the style of work from The Shabby Caterpillar.

I love scarfs.  That's a good thing and a bad thing.
I have too many, but I do not have one with butterflies.  This is from a company in Australia, so I'm on a mission to find one at a store near me!  I also have them all piled on a shelf in my closet.  AFTER TODAY, NOT ANY MORE!!!  I already was making my weekly trip to Wal-Mart..now I just have 2 more things on my list :) 


  1. Glad I'm not the only one obsessed with scarves! It's so bad that when I buy one, my husband says to me... don't you have enough, do you already own it (possible), how many of those things do you need???

    My response... Happy Wife, Happy Life! LOL!


    1. I love your response :) Old Navy and H&M are my two favorite places to buy scarves!!

  2. What a great way to keep scarves organized! I think the Connect 4 with sight words would make a fun indoor recess game!
    Conversations in Literacy

    1. I didn't even think about indoor recess :)

  3. Thanks for sharing my sight word popsicle stick puzzles!


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