Monday, January 6, 2014

Made It Monday - Decluttering, Crafty & Freebie

Well I think I have been able to write a post up once a week so far.  So far so good on my blogging resolution!  Yipeeeee!  I am linking up with Tara over at 4th Grade Frolics for her Made It Monday linky. 

First I made a command center for where my family dumps everything when they walk in the door.  Usually it is my kitchen island........ I know YUCK!

Soooo I made this with a few things from Hobby Lobby & a meal planner I downloaded for free from 350 Preheat.  Very cute blog!

Then I also made this for my MIL for Christmas.  I found it on The Crafting Chicks Blog It came out really cute.

Then I added another item to my TpT store.  Since I needed to make up a worksheet for when we go back to school to assess where my fifth grade math class is on decimals I thought why not add it to my store.  So this worksheet is on reading, writing, ordering, comparing, rounding, estimating, adding & subtracting decimals to the hundredth place.  I made up a few problems of each just to get a feel for where they are at.  If you would like to take a look or purchase here is the LINK.

I also added another freebie to my store.  A new 2014 January Newsletter template.  Very simple, editable template with 3 text boxes; A Sneak Peek at the Week, F.Y.I. & Important Dates.  Here is that LINK.  Go on over a grab it. 

Thanks for stopping by.  Leave a comment & your blog address.  I love to check out new blogs.



  1. Love the idea of a command center. Where did you get the black rack? That would be perfect in my mudroom

    The Math Maniac

    1. Hi Tara,
      I got the rack at Hobby Lobby. It was on clearance for $30.00. The rack looks black in the picture but is really a grey/blue color. Different! Thanks for your comment:)

  2. You were a busy lady! I love that black rack! Hobby Lobby always has amazing finds!!
    Short and Sassy Teacher

  3. Holy cow! You've been really busy! Love the organization as my kitchen island has also become "the island of misfit stuff!" A good teacher is a good thief, so I'm taking your idea and running with it! I'd love to have you stop by my blog sometime...

    Nikki @


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