About Me

I wanted to do something a little different for this page. My amazing son helped me set this up and took about a million pictures until I was happy with one. Simply hover over the picture and click on the dots to learn some random facts about me. ThingLink is so fun and SUPER easy to do! Surely you have some ideas about how you could use this in your classroom. Share ideas in the comments! I'd love to hear what you think.

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  1. I LOVE It! All of it....so super fun and creative! Yes, yes, yes! I loved getting to know you more. You are so very talented...and you inspire me! I really am in awe of you!
    Alison
    Rockin' and Lovin' Learnin'

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    1. I'm so glad you had fun learning random facts about me. My son made one of these last year and it inspired me. So glad you stopped by!

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    1. Thanks. It was a lot of fun to make.

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  3. My goodness, this is the coolest thing ever! What a great, creative idea. I loved reading about you. I have a goldendoodle, too. Best dogs, ever!

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    1. Our female is a smooth coat goldendoodle, so she SHEDS like crazy. But she is adorable. Our newest puppy is a more traditional looking goldendoodle. He is so fluffy!

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  4. This is amazing! So many applications for school.

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    1. That's what I was thinking. I actually plan to blog about it next week.

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  5. This looks really awesome.

    p.s.: I too am addicted to shopping on Amazon

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    1. Thanks! And I know, it's a real problem...

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  6. I LOVE THIS! Creative way to meet & greet! Good JOB! Wendy 1stgradefireworks

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    1. Thanks! My fifth grade team is going to do one for Meet the Teacher night!

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  7. Hi I enjoyed your creative About Me Page. I teach kindergarten and blog at 2 Scoops o fKindergarten but my husband teaches 5th grade STEM. I will have to tell him to check out your tpt. Thanks.

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    1. Thanks for visiting! Glad you had fun.

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  8. Very cool and interactive ABOUT ME page!

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    1. Thank you. That's exactly what I was going for!

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  9. Love your About Me page (one day I will have to copy you!!) I have been collecting T-shirts from boys so I can make them a T-shirt quilt/blanket... but have no idea how to get started! Are they easy to make?? what do you use for backing?

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  10. I LOVE making T-shirt blankets. I know there are probably some great tutorials and ways to make them super awesome, but what I like most about them is that I can get one done in about two days. So, the way I do it is pretty straightforward. I but all I do is cut the shirts into squares (usually 9-inch for kid shirts and 12-inch for adults). I lay them out and decide on placement. Then I sew them together. I don't use any batting, but I use polar fleece for the backing because it gives it some weight without being too heavy. We use them year round! If you end up making one, I'd love to see it!

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    1. Thank you! It really was a fun project.

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  12. I WANT TO DO THIS! This is awesome! Thanks for the inspiration!

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    1. You should! I'd love to see how yours turns out!

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