Thursday, December 1, 2011

Ahhh December!

It's a great month to be a teacher or a student. People are smiling and usually in a great mood, and best of all it's a very short month in the classroom.


We must be sensitive to the needs of students who are missing loved ones due to military deployment, divorce, or even a profound loss such as a death in the family. It is also a time to be respectful of the different beliefs and faiths in which our young people believe.


But, in spite of such necessary precautions, it is always a time of great joy for most young people and for their teachers. A time to laugh and to share and to give freely of hand-crafted treasures. No matter how simple, a gift made lovingly with one's own hands is the one a young person will take pride in presenting to someone they care about.


I have a gift for you that will help you find an activity that is just perfect for your class.
Click on the picture to download a wonderful free ebook with 50 free activities you can do with your students. The gifts in the book were donated by 50 amazing teachers who sell their products on TeachersPayTeachers.com. Check out my store while you are there.

And I have gift just for the readers of my blog and my Facebook page. Use my code STMMMS2791 and click here to download some beautiful Designer Pack digital quick pages and high-resolution digital graphics that can be used with most software applications.


While you are there, take a look at the My Memories software. It is a great way to save all your holiday photos into a digital scrapbook or print out beautiful photo books as gifts for your family. Be sure to use my code: STMMMS2791 to receive $10 off the software and also receive a $10 gift certificate to spend on anything you see on the web site.

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I hope December is a lovely month for you. I know I am ready to decorate the house and bake cookies. Check back here in a few days for some amazing recipes my mother passed on to me. They are delicious and a family tradition.

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