Another treat I love is meeting new people, sharing ideas, accomplishments, and honoring what others so generously share.
Everyday there are more new bloggers emerging with their special twists on classrooms, lessons, activities, and inspirations about teaching.
Along with the recipe, I also want to introduce two new bloggers that I think are a real "treat" to follow. I am hoping this will encourage my followers to visit them, support them in their new blogging journey.
Sometimes, blogging and TpT have a very competitive feel to them. I'm pretty sure that's not in anyone's best interest. I've been in the field of teaching for 40 years now and I do know this... when one of us succeeds - we all succeed. There is nothing more important that we can do than support each other.
I hope you take a little time to visit Ms. Cranfill's Class. She is a first year teacher and a new blogger. I think that's amazing! I could hardly remember my own name during my first year of teaching. She always shows samples of her students' work so we get a nice feel for what a great job she is doing.
Ms. Cranfill has a great attitude! She writes in a motivational Monday post:
"I am a firm believer that happiness is a choice. If I wake and decide to be happy, I will be. So I will choose to be happy because it is good for my health, especially my mental health"
I'm sure that great attitude carries over to her classroom too. She currently has 12 followers, so please hop over, enjoy her blog, and show a little love by following. Ms Cranfill is a "mover and shaker" that we are going to want to watch through the coming years. Click below to be transported to her place.
My favorite freebies are her:
Monster ABC and number cards
Thanksgiving number match
And last but not least, here is my sweet treat recipe. It's so quick, easy, and deeeeeelicious, that I should be embarrassed to call it baking (but I'm not). This fabulous Red Velvet Cake is just in time for the holidays. As I recall, if you stand at the kitchen sink, eat bites without serving yourself a regular piece, and wash it down with skim milk, it has no calories.
|Click on the picture to download the recipe.|