Featured· how to· laugh eat learn designs· teacherpreneurs
Calling all Teacherpreneurs! I'm excited to share the start of a new series here at Laugh Eat Learn all about making your Teachers Pay Teachers shop the best it can be! First up is that quotebox space; the ideal space for branding and/or promotion for your best selling products. If you have one already installed, really are in need of one, or have no idea what I'm talking about, this tutorial will be perfect for you to make your store even better!
It's fall, ya'll! This is my favorite time of year, hands down! I'm happy to share some fabulous fonts with you that are inspired by this beautiful season. All of these fonts are free for personal use and can be download directly with the links below.
"Bone" soup has become one of our favorite meals to throw together and cook in the slow cooker. It really has become a staple within our home and something to look forward to smelling as it cooks throughout the day (hands down, best part of slow cooker meals). It's the perfect excuse to use all those vegetables that are needing to be cooked and that leftover roasted chicken (you know, the ones from Costco that make the easiest dinners for busy families). I probably should have already stated this but although it's called bone soup, there are actually no bones in the soup. I'm not even sure who started saying Bone Soup, but it clicked and now we continue to make this soup, each time a little different with variations of vegetables. Needless to say, this chicken bone soup is very flexible but tastes amazing each time it's put together.
Featured· holiday activities· October· writing
Happy October! I'm excited to share my October themed writing crafts, perfect for any writer in your classroom. How do you celebrate this month in your classroom? My kiddos usually love to write about the changes happening around us (it's beautiful here in Seattle during the fall) so they drive their inspiration from their surroundings. With Halloween a hit or miss in most schools, I wanted to offer a variety of crafts for this month as well as some fun writing prompts to go along with them!
With the leaves beginning to change and the air starting to become more crisper, I thought it would be the perfect time to try a new fall themed recipe. Something that I could eat with my morning coffee or a simple snack for my afternoon break. In the past, I've made similar cheesecake filled muffin and cupcakes, but I love the combination of the spice cake with the fresh pieces of apples scattered throughout the tin with just the touch of cheesecake center.