Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Day One of the Ten Days of Freebies

Right now, I am bursting at the seams because I want to tell you what is in store for you tomorrow, but I will keep my mouth closed for a few more hours.  The only thing I am going to ask is have you heard of Educents?  I was super excited when this company popped up on blogs over the summer.  I have bought some books from Educents, and I was very happy with my entire experience.  If you have never heard of Educents, check it out!
  

The next ten days are going to be AMAZING on my blog.  I have decided to share my calendar wall with you.  Now, I think calendar is one of my favorite times of the day.  SO many concepts can be practiced and reviewed during this special time.  I had to completely re-do my calendar wall this year due to fire code.  We need to be a certain height from the ceiling and floor, and a whole 36 inches from the door.  Ugh!



As you can see, I use a lot of binder rings on my calendar wall.  Last year, I wrote the digital date in dry erase marker, but my fabric (which I had to take down due to fire code) got all dirty.  So, this year, I changed them to binder rings, and I actually like it more.  To hang my binder rings, I use these fancy picture hanging tacks you can buy at Wal-Mart or Michaels.  They look kind of like this, but they aren't as fancy.


So, to start off my ten days of freebies, I am giving you my revolving calendar.  I seriously LOVE it, and I don't know what I would do without it (well, I could do calendar, but it wouldn't be as easy).  Click on the picture below, or click here to download.


Again, I will be giving away freebies for the next ten days.  Some of them will be on my blog and some will be on my Facebook Page's Fan Only Freebie Tab.  So, save yourself some time, and "like" my facebook page here.

Stop by each day for a new freebie!!  :)


2 comments:

  1. THANK YOU!!!!!!! You are always so fun to follow!

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  2. That just made my day! Thanks for stopping by!

    :)
    Carolyn

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