FALL Craftivities Bundle Giveaway

Have you heard of Sheila Jane Teaching?  She does the “Teachers We Love” video series among other fun videos like, “What’s in my Teacher Bag?” and “Classroom Cribs”…she is a hoot!
When she asked about interviewing me, I was a little nervous, but the fact she wanted to talk about craftivities and art…well, that is something I am always happy to talk about!  What could I possibly share about crafts?  Well, you’ll have to watch the video and find out!
So what are you waiting for??  Watch the video! =)
Be kind about the accent!

To celebrate the video, I am offering ALL the crafts I share in the video!  ALL OF THEM!  (and a new one or two!)  All you have to do is follow some pages and, of course, watch the video! =)  

If you have a moment to watch some of the other videos on Sheila’s YouTube Chanel, you should!  She’s extremely talented and you should already be following her blog, Sprinkle Teaching Magic…she just shared  a post about 4 NO cost teacher costumes that is GREAT!!

Click {HERE} to visit her YouTube Channel

A BIG thank you to her for the interview and making me sound a little less dorky than usual!

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  1. Wow – I love how you integrate FUN!! (something the kids really need) and thematic learning in the classroom with your projects. Would love to win!! Connie

  2. It is so hard to choose a favorite! I really love the pumpkin with the white dots! I need to go buy circle sponges! Your snowman is adorable, too!

  3. I love how organized you are with your crafts. I love the circle sponges. I have got to go to Walmart and get me some. I have never heard of the markers-Fixion before. I will be going to Amazon to check them out. We made your elves last year. My children and parents loved them. I love all of your crafts and would love to win them for my children. They would love to make all of your crafts. Thanks for the chance!

  4. I love all you crafts! I use many of your crafts! I totally need to use volunteers to prep…this would require me to actually stay ahead of the game though and not be cutting out the night before I want to do the craft! The video is great! 🙂
    Rambling About Reading

  5. Wow…you really do have a twang to your voice! It's funny, I would have NEVER ever guessed you sounded like that! I really liked that I got to "see" you in "real life". Does that make sense? LOL
    Thank you for posting that 🙂 Bryn

  6. Are your cut, color, etc. icons that you put on the board available in your TpT store? I also wanted to thank you for your post a month or so ago about the "Colorize your Classroom" contest. I was one of the state winners and 5 boxes of Astrobright paper arrived this week along with the gift card! My students and I are so excited!

  7. I need to order some Fixion pens!! I am also glad to hear that you do a lot of the prep work. I do as well, so it's always reassuring to hear I am not the only one with cutting and crafting prep at my house while I watch TV!

  8. I love the way you add craftivites to your lessons. I have never heard of Frixion pens. I will have to look those up! Your crafts are so cute!

  9. Amazing video! I actually took notes while watching!! Adorable accent by the way!!! I love these tips: Frixion markers, raffia accents, and round sponges!!! Thank you!! It's so nice to learn something new!!!

  10. I absolutely LOVE your crafts! I have tried several of them before, and you are right. I am NOT an artist, but they always come out precious!! I also like how you organize everything in a Ziplock bag! My husband always tells anyone that he finds out is in education to buy stock in Ziplock! He's right! I do use hundreds of them every year! I would especially love your too cute Pilgrims! I'll keep my fingers crossed!

  11. I didn't think it was possible but you are even more adorable in "person" than on your blog posts;) I now have a list of things I need for my craftivity time: circle sponges, twine, clothespins, and visual directions. I'm also very glad to hear someone else say "short & fat" or "long & tall"…my administrator didn't really appreciate these terms (she thought they weren't very PC and insisted I use "landscape" or horizontal and "portrait" or vertical). I would just love to have all your craftivities…fingers are crossed;)

  12. I think it's a great idea to start or end a unit with a craftivity, and the kids LOVE it plus they are learning. I like to let the students choose. I think they always look cute but they don't have to look exactly the same or professionally done. Thanks for introducing the erasable marker and having this giveaway!

  13. Such great ideas! I love the idea of integrating the art projects with science, social studies, and math. Our art program got cut this year because of funding. I'm now thinking of all the ways I could fit these cute crafts in:)

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