Five for Friday- {Easter Week}

Whoop, whoop! It is Friday, ya'll! I'm linking up with Kacey at Doodle Bugs Teaching for Five for Friday!

If you have been following any of my blog posts or Instagram posts, you probably know that we have been doing all things Easter themed this week. This adorable Easter Bunny Writing Craftivity was a big hit in my room, and they look great pinned up in the hallway. 

You can grab this FREEBIE by clicking the picture below.

We completed my favorite Easter craft today, my Easter Bunny Rabbit Glyph. Seriously, so easy and so adorable! 

{You can get this glyph for yourself, great for spring or Easter, by clicking on the picture above.}

Although the weather was PERFECT most of the week, we ended our week with a little bit of rain. We made these rainy umbrellas to practice our addition facts. Each student picked a number 4-10, cut it out and pasted it onto their umbrella. Then they had to write four different addition problems, one on each raindrop, and hang them from the umbrella. They turned out so adorable, and they look great on our cubbies! It was a great way to reinforce and practice an essential skill.

We have been practicing for quite awhile on our class play, "The Story of the Wide Mouthed Frog," by Heidi Songs. We are performing a practice round for our peers this morning and then performing for our families this afternoon. We are all so excited to show off all of our hard work to everyone! I highly recommend Heidi Songs for any Kinders wanting to do a play. 

In case you didn't already know...

I am SO excited for their Final Four game on Saturday against Wisconsin. My fiance and I are planning on going to my parents house to enjoy some drinks and treats for the game. I can't think of a better way to watch the game. :)



  1. Well I'm a Wisconsin fan so Go Badgers! He he! Your umbrellas are adorable. How fun! Love the Easter Bunny activities as well. Happy Easter!
    Joya :)

  2. Thanks for all the cute craft ideas!! And I absolutely love the hallway display with the colorful papers and clothespins to hang work on. I'm going to pin that picture to remember for next year!