Proud to be an American!

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This week we squeezed in ALL of our Presidents’ Day activities, centers, etc. Which was quite a big endeavor! I was out two days this week because my sweet boy had to get tubes and have his adenoids out. SAD! But now look at him…
He’s feeling much better and we’re enjoying the nice warm weather we’ve had this week.  But the reason I packed it all in, is mainly because all of you blogging beauties, inspired me to do a unit on penguins, which I’ve never done before.  I’m super excited with all of your great ideas.  So that is what is up for this coming week.  I know…a little late, but oh well.  

ANY WHO!! 
This week we learned about George, Abe and discussed why we are proud to be American.  Here is a cute little project we completed today! I got the idea out of a mailbox magazine about 8 years ago.  They are super easy to make! 



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Michelle Oakes

Michelle Oakes

Wife, mom of 2 boys and a bulldog, reading specialist, Target frequenting lover of fashion, home decorating, Cincinnati girl.

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14 thoughts on “Proud to be an American!”

  1. Ah! Look at you and your new blog design!!! Fancy schmancy, sister girl!!! What would we do without sweet Cara?!

    PS. Give me a date and we're going to Christmas Tree Shops!!!!

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  2. Isn't it FAB-U-LOUS!!!! Love her so much! I wish I was that talented.

    I looked up the Christmas Tree Shops because your post got me so excited to SHOP! There are two equal distances from me. You let me know and I'll be there with my TpT money!!

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  3. Hello!!!??? Christmas Tree Shops? I'M INVITING MYSELF! We don't have those fancy things here in Utah!

    How cute are those President's Day activities! LOVE!

    And…..love your new blog makeover!
    -Rachelle
    whattheteacherwants.blogspot.com

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  4. This is adorable. I would love to use this idea when my kinderkids get to the unit Red, White, and Blue.
    It makes me smile! Parents would love this so much too.
    Fran Kramer kindergartencrayons.blogspot.com

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