Here are some really cute hats made by Alisa for my baby nephew that I never got a chance to post.
January 30, 2015
January 27, 2015
Two weeks ago, the students made puzzle snowflakes to celebrate winter (even though we don't get any snow in California!). It was pretty simple to make and the kids seemed to enjoy making them. It's also a great way to get rid of any puzzles that are missing pieces!
January 25, 2015
A couple of blog posts ago I shared some holiday crafts made by students at my work place. This snowman was one of the crafts that was sold by another classroom. I thought it was really clever and decided to make a tutorial for it. It's a squeezable, mold-able snowman and very easy to make! This is a great project if you have stray socks that have somehow lost their counterpart, as it only requires one sock. Christmas has been over for awhile but there's still some time left in the winter season. ;)
January 11, 2015
January 4, 2015
Wow! I can't believe it's already 2015! That means I get to start my new Lily Pulitzer planner shown above. I'm aware that this one begins in August but I was using a January-December planner prior to receiving this from my sister last month. I decided to wait until the end of the year to use it since the year was almost up and also because I think a new year should have a fresh start!
I've been also trying to cram in some last minute relaxation time before I start work on Monday and classes on Tuesday. :( Unfortunately, I spent most of this past week with a cough and runny nose but I was still able to spend New Year's Day at Disneyland with some lovely friends. :) I also finally got an Instagram which has taken my procrastination to another level (oh no!). I have a couple of craft posts coming up but for now, let's get onto some crafting resolutions for the new year!