Spring Break!

I am totally enjoying Spring Break this week! I decided to take a break this weekend, and I felt as if I was going through withdrawals, especially since I wasn’t blog stalking like I normally do!

On Friday my kiddos and I ended our St. Patrick’s Day activities with a bang, and created our St. Patty’s Day crowns! We wrote our numbers 10-20, which was great, because we just completed our numbers 11-20 unit.

I’ve dreamed of relaxing this week, but I can also see my week slipping away from if I’m not careful! I totally plan to enjoy it, we’ll see how it works out!

Talk to you later!

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