Pennants for your home!

I just finished decorating my entry way table for Halloween.  Well, that's not actually true... I decorated it 2 weekends ago (I got a little excited), but today I put the finishing touch on it!

A pennant banner!

I use these all the time in my classroom.  See here and here, but I'm so excited about the idea of also using them at home!

I went with the Orange Chevron set, but wouldn't these look so cute for Halloween in Purple Chevron, or a combination of the two?  And I love to be able to incorporate punctuation.  What kind of Boo! doesn't have an exclamation point, right?

I'm already dreaming about Thanksgiving and Christmas banners for the fireplace!  I hope this inspires you to try banners in your own home. 
Pennant Banners Orange Chevron Set
Click the picture above to see my Orange Chevron Pennant Banners set.  To see my entire collection of pennant banners available in TPT, click here!

Happy Saturday!  Thanks for stopping by!

Outta Sight!

Oh, goodness.  My Super Words Flashcard Ring was in need of a makeover.  It was the very first product I created for TPT, so, you know, it was so last year!  lol

But, seriously.  This product was the very reason I began selling on TPT because I was so excited about my Super Words flashcard ring and what it has done for my 1st grade students.  I mean, 5 years of using it in my classroom and each and every group of students has fallen in love with those little beads.  Who knew pony beads could be so motivating?!

You can read all about how I use Super Words Flashcards to teach and motivate my students to learn 220 sight words in the course of a year.  CLICK HERE for that post.

Check out the newly updated product here.  It comes with weekly flashcards for the whole year, assessments, motivating incentives, and full directions.

I also bundled this packet along with several other coordinating products.  Games, sight words cards, word wall cards, etc.  You can check them all out in my store where you will find all the links provided in the Product Description.

I hope you love it as much as my students and I do!  Thanks for checking it out!