Wednesday, June 3, 2015

June Pick 3 Pinterest Linky

Yippee! It's time for June! We are counting down the final days of school in my classroom. With nine school days left, I am definitely feeling the crunch! Although life is crazy right now, it will soon be time to shift gears and slow down for summer. In the back of my mind, I am working on my summer bucket list and Pinterest always helps me fill that bucket. 

I am so happy to link up once again with Inspired Owl's Corner and Pawsitively Teaching for the Pick 3 Pinterest Party!



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I love this idea for a homemade Father's Day gift! My own children would certainly enjoy making it.  The gift is a paper weight made out of salt dough, but I am thinking about a garden decoration made from cement. 


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Now, doesn't that tree swing just look awesome? It is made out of an old rocking chair! My kids would LOVE it. I can just imagine their bare feet hanging from the front. It seems fairly simple to make. This summer, I will be on the lookout for a nice, sturdy old rocking chair. Hmmm. What color shall I paint it?


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Finally, what child can resist a bowl full of jello worms?  They look so real! These are made with raspberry jello, extra unflavored gelatin, whipped cream, and green food coloring. The secret ingredient is flexible straws. I am trying to decide if it will be more fun to make these together with my kids or to surprise them with an unexpected snack. :-)

If you are looking for some more June inspiration, check out what others have picked for the month of June! The June Pick 3 Pinterest Linky is open through the end of the month. All are invited to link up below to join in the fun!


5 comments:

  1. Those worms look so real...the kids would love them! So fun! Thanks for sharing and linking up!

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  2. I am so making those worms with my own kids. They are going to love them. This would be really cool to use and read the story How to Eat Fried Worms!!
    The Busy Busy Hive

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  3. LOL.. I was slightly freaked out when I saw the worms- they are all too real looking! What a great idea for a class snack!

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  4. Those worms would be so popular with the boys! They look so real!

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  5. What fun pins! Love the worms- would be adorable to make at the end of a worm study too! Thank you so much for linking up and sharing! :)

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