Honey Boo Boo and a Dictionary Skills Freebie

Well, a little Honey Boo Boo and a few less brain cells functioning correctly and all is right with the world.  I know I probably shouldn't admit that we just watched her, but it is so hard to turn the television even as they burp, pick their noses, and buy pet chickens... Something about watching reality television just makes you realize how much easier your life is than those on the big screen.  Oh, the things I admit behind a computer screen.  

Speaking of which, thanks to all of you for your sweet emails and messages.  I didn't mean to play the "woe is me" card.  I think it was a combination of being stunned and hit by too much media at once, which I'm taking a break from for a few days.  I need to be better at having thick skin :)  I'm probably just a little too sensitive sometimes which I'm sure wouldn't surprise my parents, my teammates, or probably anyone that knows me.  

Here's the good news - I now know who I'm going to be blogging about next week - all of you guys!  So, get ready girls!  I'm going to do my best to find a favorite item from each of your boards and pin it to mine with a link to your board :)

Now, in other news, I have been working the last few days on a new packet.  It's a Groundhog Day printable packet.  It isn't all the way done, but I thought I'd go ahead and share a sheet of it with you.   I'll give you more info hopefully on Tuesday about the whole packet.  The entire packet is completely standards based with the standard included.  This way, you can have some fun with your kiddos and at the same time get in your requirements.  I believe this packet is going to be language arts-based and if I have some time, I'll try to make a math-based packet later, hopefully later being before February :)  CLICK HERE to get my freebie.  It's a dictionary skills sheet where students have to pick the correct definition.  The packet contains 4 of these sheets.  I have a hard time finding them, so I decided to create more than one.  Hope it will help you guys out!

Alright, hope you guys have a great week!


  1. Thanks for the great freebie! I found you through pinterest and am your newest follower!


    1. No problem :) Glad you found me :) Hope you find lots of things you can use :)

  2. This is great!! Thanks so much for sharing!



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  4. Good afternoon,
    First, Iwould like to congratulate you and to thank you for your great blog and for sharing your nice and lovely work with us! I downloaded the worksheet about the use of dictionaries, it's great! I will use it with my pupils in high school, I am an English teacher in Algeria, I am teaching English as a foreign language.
    An other time thank you and I wish you all the best