Sunday, September 25, 2011

Apple patterns freebie and Fun Fall Finds!

Hey Peeps! Kerri here...
Ohhhh, how I love Fall!! Yesterday, it was all chilly and overcast here in Cali and I was in HEAVEN drinking my coffee and watching Dateline in my PJ's all morning! Anyone else LOVE Keith Morrison from Dateline? That man can tell a story like nobody else!

Anyhoo..I found the most AMAZING finds at the Dollar Spot at Target yesterday! Check 'em out!

Aren't they so fun! I plan on having my kiddos make patterns with the apple stickers, and write a Fall themed "Sticker Story" with the Fall Friends stickers. 
Click the apple below to download your very own copy of the apple pattern worksheet!
Apple patterns the Fall leaf below for your very own Fall themed writing paper!

Fall Writing Paper

Hope you have a blessed Sunday and a great week!


Jennifer K. said...

Love your Fall paper - going to use it this week in my classroom!

Jennifer @ Herding Kats In Kindergarten

Miss Kindergarten said...

Awesome!! You should come link this up on my Target blog!

Fab Target Finds

Miss Kindergarten

Michelle said...

I really need to make a trip to Target now! :)

Anonymous said...

Those are adorable, I'm definitely going to pick some up! Thanks for sharing!

Kerri Buckner said...

I found those apple stickers at the Dollar Tree. In case there are other people out there who don't live close to a Target like me. It makes me really sad that target is at least an hour away. Thanks for the ideas on how to use them.

Ms.M said...

Love the stickers and I love your Vegetarian book peeking out from under them. :)

Ms. M
Ms.M's Blog
A Teacher's Plan

Nancy Wilson said...

I named you for the Versatile Blogger Award!
Thanks, Nancy

The Apple Basket Teacher

Ms. J said...

What great finds!! Thanks for sharing pics!!

Miss J @ Smiles, Crayons, and Endless Stories

Shelly said...

Thanks for sharing. I also love to listen to Keith Morrison! I've often said that I'd love for him to just read ANY children's book.....but, could he? (Read that in your best Keith Morrison dramatic voice.)

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