Story Telling Apron REPOST

I might have mentioned that my classroom has a jungle theme.  I think it’s totally appropriate considering i have 17 two year olds! Since I’m always looking for new ways to interest the kiddies in books (which isnt really that difficult) i thought i‘d look into getting an apron.

At first the apron was just going to be utilized: protect me from boogies and what not.

Then it took on a whole new life as i realized what I wanted it to do.

I searched Etsy until i found just the right thing:

It’s a storytelling apron with a jungle theme!

I contacted the owner of KiddieKove because I liked her shop and asked her if she’d work with me.  I now have an apron completely unique to me; no one else has this one of a kind apron ANYWHERE! Anywhere!

I couldn’t be more pleased with the final product;  I can’t wait to use it to tell a story with my littles!

If you ever need anything creative sewn for you, RUN TO KIDDIE KOVE’S SHOP NOW.  She is a lovely woman, easy to work with and terribly creative.

I am so thrilled with my new apron i can’t stand it.  And if you look closely in the background you’ll see my pooch admiring it too!

I wonder what i‘ll have her make next for me?


P.S.  There’s still time (maybe) to get something for Christmas! Or maybe my birthday!!!!



Summer’s Gone

The summer’s gone and I have a new group of little lovies. I’ll admit, I miss my former lovies dearly,

but these new little tods are keeping me so busy my head is spinning!

I am purposefully not doing a Sep 11 post because I don’t want to dwell on the horrific events.

Instead, I’d like to think of happy thoughts. These pics from my summer of love make me smile.  maybe you will too.

Jean Claude van Monkey. My newest toy from Etsy.

Paper mache and balloons. doncha love their little fingers?

Leaf art mimicking the style of a painting found in the Louvre

an American flag

and squishy bags!

How was your summer?