Friday, December 5, 2014

Currently December

Hello! Good evening! Hope everyone has had a wonderful Friday! I am linking up with Farley for her monthly "Currently" link up. I needed to post this last Sunday but better late than never right? 

Listening: Yes, I'm embarrassed to admit it, but I am loving all of Taylor Swift's new songs on her CD, "1989". Shame on me, but I do.

Loving: I love the spirit of Christmas. I love the music, the tacky sweaters, decorations, and all the festivities that go along with Christmas. So much fun!

Thinking: I am looking for easy, inexpensive, and creative ideas for parent gifts for Christmas. Have a great idea? Let me know!

Wanting: After a stressful and busy week, I want to kick my feet up, drink coffee, and relax with my fur babies.

Needing: To do lesson plans for this week! Ahhhhh!

Giving: A shout out to Lauren at A Teachable Teacher for providing a fantastic December Management Freebie. It involves hot chocolate, a fire, and a party. What could be better? Check out her blog for more information!

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  1. I am very excited about Christmas too! It is so fun to get wrapped up in it!

    Good for you that you get to enjoy a stress free relaxing weekend!

    Heidi Neels
    Flipping For First

  2. Christmas is my favourite time of the year! Have you thought of clear glass balls with fingerprint designs - I have done reindeer and will try Christmas lights this year...a la Pinterest. I heard about Lauren's freebie too and just may break it out if my class doesn't get it together!

    Hanging Around In Primary

  3. You aren't alone in loving TS...I'm with you and I'm probably a wee bit older than you ;)
    I also love this time of the year, except for how crazy the kids get. I just may have to try out that behavior freebie with my 2nd graders.
    On the Go Teacher Mama

  4. So sweet that you gave a shout out to a blog friend! :) I'm making coasters for my parent volunteers with the kids' artwork..fingerprints or something. I also always take a picture of my students (usually wearing a Santa hat) and put it in a popsicle stick frame. The kids paint the sticks green & decorate with sequins to look like a Christmas tree with their pics in the middle! :)

    I'm giving away a Polar Express & Elf on the Shelf unit if you're looking for some new Christmas spirit! :)
    Little Miss Glamour Goes to Kindergarten

  5. Thanks for the shout out to your friend. Love her idea!!! At this time of year every little bit helps! Happy Holidays!