November Pinterest Pick 3

November kicks off my favorite time of the year!  The weather is finally cooling off and we get to enjoy a few beautiful fall days.  The October teacher slump is lifting a bit with Thanksgiving Break on the horizon!  I have couple of great pins to share with you but first I want to introduce to Ashley from Just Reed.  

Ashley has graciously offered to help co-host this linky and we are so excited to have her!

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These are so cute and would be perfect to give to my students just before Thanksgiving break!

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This is one of my favorite science experiments.  It is simple to put together and the kids are just fascinated by the results.

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On the Friday before Thanksgiving Break, my school always invites grandparents to come have lunch with their child and to spend a little time in the classroom.  This activity is perfect for the grandparents to work on with the students.

If you are searching for more great ideas…check out my Pinterest feed.

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This linky party will be hosted on the 3rd of each month and we would love for you to join in on the fun!

Here’s how to join in on the fun!!!

1.  Save the Pick 3 images to your desktop.

2.  Create a blog post using these images to share your 3 Pinterest Picks for the month.

3.  Share a link to your full Pinterest page if you would like.

4.  Link up by clicking the add your link button below.

5.  Be sure to check out the other Pinterest finds that have been shared and leave a comments on the ones you love!>

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9 Comments

  1. November 3 / 2:37 pm

    I love the science hopping corn idea and the website has some other terrific science activities too. I'll definitely be trying some of these n the near future. Thanks for sharing and hosting!

  2. November 3 / 3:40 pm

    So excited to join your cool girls! I've been wondering about the corn experiment…I think we'll give it a try! 🙂

  3. November 4 / 12:20 am

    The treat bags and turkey apples would be perfect for our feast! I want to try out your experiment too! 🙂

  4. November 4 / 12:35 am

    Oh, I love the treat bags and the turkey apples! Would be so cute to do for one of my Fun Food Friday recipes in the classroom 🙂

    Thanks so much for hosting!

  5. November 4 / 9:18 pm

    The apple turkeys are the cutest! The thanksgiving goodie bags are adorable, as well. Great ideas!

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