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Have you ever wanted to do something for your classroom but it seemed to get pushed aside because you could always think of ten million other things that just seemed more important at the time?  Well, that's what has always happened to me whenever I tried to get Writing Workshop folders made. Then last week I saw Nicole's post (about her adorable Writing Folders for PreK-1) over at Rowdy in Room 300 and I saw how easy it was to make those folders, I knew I had to do it!  So I got started on assembling 25 folders (although with this crazy budget mess going on in NC, I'm sure I'll need more than just 25!) and created the printables to go inside the folders.  You can check them out here if you're interested.  {Just an FYI-the entire packet is blackline because I don't know how things roll at your school but we are super limited on color copies and pretty tight on black and white ones too!  So I always try to cutesy stuff up by slapping it on some neon paper!}

I'm excited about these and I think they'll be a terrific resource for my kiddos!

And I do have one craft to share but it's not a school one.  My boys are OBSESSED with superheroes.  They want to always wear costumes, play superheroes, fight with their figurines....I mean I even have to buy superhero popsicles at the store for these guys, lol.  Well, my youngest kept saying he needed a superhero cape.  So one night I made these little, super easy reversible capes (for about $8 total) and they absolutely adore the capes.  And I absolutely adore those boys!
Well I better run, I think I hear my little Batman waking from his nap! Have a blessed day!

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  1. I love it! I've got it saved in my TpT shopping bag!

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  2. The capes are cute. When my 2 were little, it was all about Robin Hood. My how time flies!

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    1. Oh Sara, it is crazy how quickly they grow!

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