Monday, April 6, 2015

Monday Made It

Another Monday...

At least it's a Monday Made It Monday! :)

Since our class has been going through some tough times, we came together to make a pillow for our classmate who's currently in the hospital with leukemia.

I had each student decorate a square, and then I sewed it all together quilt style.
I added some fleece in the back-to make it nice and soft!
My student LOVED the pillow-it went into immediate use!

I also made up an afghan-rainbow style, since rainbows bring cheer.

This is the quickest I've ever made one (and will probably the last time it will be the quickest-there were some late nights!)

I love how it turned out-I'll definitely be doing something similar!

New month, new door decor!

I made the rainbow after I found out about my definitely helped me process it a little, and I think it helps to cheer up my door!

I finally finished my co-worker's baby blanket! (It had been put on hold while I worked on the blanket above)

Now back to other WIPs and small projects (works in progress :)
We've been working with fractions in Math, and I put together some notebooks entries on working with fractions to help them remember!

Last few weeks were rough and tough for more than one reason-here's hoping this week goes A LOT better!

 Smiles and Sunshine,


  1. I am so sorry to hear about your ill student. What a great idea to make a class pillow! I bet he really enjoys it. I hope you're getting to skype with him while he's out. I did that with a classmate some years ago. Thanks for sharing. Kathleen
    Kidpeople Classroom

  2. I love your pillow! I wish I could sew! Thanks for sharing!

    - Kat @ The Spunky Teaching Monkey

  3. What a nice way to show you care. Very thoughtful. I hope your student gets better. :)

    Classroom in Paradise

  4. I love the rainbow are so talented! I don't change my door out, but every month I change my chalkboard wall and bulletin boards. Thanks for sharing.
    Kovescence of the Mind

  5. Your pillow and blanket are precious. Sorry to hear about your student, but I'm sure those will make their day.

    Kindergarten Teacher at the Wheel


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