October Show and Tell!

Today I'm delighted to link up with Forever in Fifth Grade for:


 Check out our completed directed drawing of Johnny Appleseed.  Each drawing is accompanied by a haiku written by the artist:

Click here to check out this free product on TPT.

 My students made this colonial village a few years ago (click here to see the original post).  I wanted to post it now because it would also be amazing to make a similar Pilgrim and Wampanoag village.  To make the house, we used clean milk containers from the cafeteria.  The bigger building are tissue boxes.  The kids created this all on their own, and it came out terrific!

 The vegetable garden is my favorite!

Now I LOVE Vineyard Vines.  My friend and I LOVE to browse the sales rack at the store near where we live.  One day I spied this shirt:

I fell in LOVE with a $49.50 long-sleeved t-shirt.  While browsing on their web site, I spied the same shirt in boys XL for $29.50.  Well, I tried on the boys XL in the store, and it fit!  Of course, the Thanksgiving shirt in this size was not in the store so I ordered it through the store.  If you do this, no shipping cost which is $8.50, and the shirt gets sent directly to my house.  Plus, right now everything is 25% off.  Click here to check out this deal.  The shirt ended up costing $22 so my son, Andrew, can easily afford to give this to me for my birthday which was last week.  After Thanksgiving, I'll continue to wear this shirt to the gym or as a sleep shirt - it's that adorable!

Have a great rest of the week!

1 comment

  1. Love the Johnny Appleseed projects and that village is amazing! Thanks for linking up!

    Forever in Fifth Grade


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