February 3, 2016

February Pinterest Pick 3 Linky

It's time! It's time! It's time for a little Pinterest fun!



February is designated as Black History month. I found this wonderfully interesting video to share with my sixth grade Science students that integrates a little history with their Science content.





February is a month to celebrate American Presidents. What better way than with a fun, engaging, collaborative art activity. I can't wait to do this with my class this year!



Finally, February wouldn't be complete without something about Valentine's Day. I teach in a parochial school so this day is celebrated as a holy day, a saint's feast day, as well as a fun holiday. I found something that combined the two perfectly. I can't wait to make these valentines for my kiddos.



I had several requests last month regarding how I was able to include actual pins within my Pinterest Pick 3 blog post. Pinterest offers what they call Developer Tools for its users, among them a Widget Builder. You can check it out HERE.








9 comments:

  1. Angela, thank you for sharing your pins and linking up with us! And thank you for sharing how you were able to get the actual pins on your blog! :)

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    1. You're very welcome! I look forward to this linky every month. Thank you for hosting it!

      Angela

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  2. I love the conversation hearts! Perfect for Sunday school! (And thanks for the developer link...that's a need to know!!)
    Haley
    Owls and Lessons, Etc.

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    1. I started working on the hearts for my kiddos this evening. If you follow that pin it takes you to LOADS of similar projects... so much fun!

      Angela

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  3. I love the collaboration art! That looks like a great idea! I am also very thankful for the pinterest tip!

    -Lisa

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    1. I can't wait to try the Lincoln project! You were the first to inquire about embedding the pins into my page, so I wanted to make sure to include the info. this month.

      Angela

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  4. We made the Martin Luther King Jr. art piece last month in 1st grade!! It came out amazing! I know my class would love to do the Abraham Lincoln as well! Thanks!
    Triple the Love In Grade 1

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    1. I am so glad to hear that the collaborative art project came out so well! I always worry the first time that I try something that it will flop... although there is learning in failure as well. It sure is nice to succeed! I'll have to check out Martin Luther King, Jr. art piece for use next year.

      Angela

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  5. What an excellent post, Angela - I just didn't know this linky existed and it's such a good idea for teachers to find new inspiration so a really big thank you - I'll be checking out what everyone's been doing! Special Teaching at Pempi’s Palace

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