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SUMMER LOADED CORN SALAD with Corn, Avocado, Tomato and Cucumber

I don’t know about you, but summer is busy! It is full of BBQ’s, gatherings with family and friends, graduation parties, birthdays and more! I am always looking for something that is simple to make and something that will feed a crowd! I always see different salads on Pinterest that I like, but this year…

4th of July Sangria

Interested in making a Red, White, & Blue Sangria to celebrate the 4th of July!? This recipe is not only easy to make but also very fruity and fresh and will get you ready to celebrate the 4th! The secret to making this recipe extra festive is making the ice cubes blue and infused with…

Sunscreen Favorites

We know that we are in the middle of summer but that doesn’t mean we can start slacking on our sun protection routines. I know sometimes I start to think “Oh, I have a base tan, I’m done with sunscreen“. It’s key to keep up with a solid routine of protecting your skin and sensitive…

Raspberry Peach Smoothie

This raspberry peach smoothies is delicious and super easy to make. You can even prep your fruit the night before to make your mornings less work. All you need are 5 ingredients.   INGREDIENTS: – 1 cup of raspberries -2 to 3 peaches -5-6 ice cubes -1/4 cup of unsweetened almond milk -a splash of…

Watermelon Lime Margarita Sangria

It’s Manic Monday! This week I couldn’t decide on having a margarita or a sangria so I made both in one! With spring in full bloom this May, I wanted to make a little twist on the everyday Margarita/Sangria. You can never go wrong with a lime margarita so why not add some wine and…

DIY CURTAINS, Covering the Clutter

Ask yourself….. Are your students constantly taking things off of the shelves? Are they distracted by new or favorite items on the shelves? Are you struggling to make your classroom get that homey feel? Are your shelves organized but still look cluttered? If your answer is “YES” to any of these questions, I have the…

INDEPENDENT WORK/FINE MOTOR CENTER

HOW TO SET UP AN INDEPENDENT WORK CENTER FOR ANY LEVEL! Words can not describe how much I love classroom organization, especially with centers! Having an organized, quick and worry free center reduces the stress of everyday planning! I pre-set all of these bins and switch them randomly. It is always fun to change up…

Community Helpers

COMMUNITY HELPERS is one of my favorite units in my class!! We have a lot of fun engaging activities that get my kids excited and learning!! My unit lasts about 2 weeks, this year it went a little over the 2 weeks 🙂 For extra practice check out our community helpers file folder freebies HERE “HELPERS”…

Day of Acceptance & Autism Awareness Activities

LOOKING FOR WAYS TO INCORPORATE AUTISM AWARENESS MONTH IN YOUR SCHOOL?  I am ALL about incorporating the Day of Acceptance (January 20th) and Autism Awareness Month (APRIL) into my school! Below are some ideas of different things I do in my school to get everyone involved! For “LIGHT IT UP BLUE” I started out the month by…

Daily Grooming in a Life Skills Classroom

As a multi-needs teacher, I incorporate a lot of life skills topics into our everyday schedule! One important part of our day is grooming. My class works on grooming after lunch everyday. We have a very organized system so that it is easy for everyone and something that we can do in a timely manner….