Monday Made It # 1
I made my own lesson planner using a notebook and post its. Better planning was my top goal for this school year. Going into my third year, I am beginning to really discover that having those handy notes at hand during your lesson makes a huge difference. I decided on the post it lesson planner because it fit my needs, I can write quick jots of and refer to them throughout the lesson. I followed the directions for assembling my planner from The Wise and Witty Teacher. I still have tons of extra pages and need to add curriculum maps and other plans. Here it is all ready for plans!
Monday Made It # 2
As shared in my last post I'm a new mommy to my little puppy Giselle. I found that she doesn't really like store bought treats which is making it really hard to motivate and train her. In the midst of finding a treat she loves, I remembered the sales clerk at Pet Supermarket telling me dogs love and can eat peanut butter. Off I went to buy all natural peanut butter (no salt or sugar) and she LOVED it! But I didn't want to cart around a whole tub of peanut butter sooooo enter pinterest and google search for yummy peanut butter doggie treat recipes. I found a really easy one by Paula Deen (although she's under hot fire at the moment). She loved the treats!
|Whole wheat flour, milk, peanut butter, baking powder, egg, whisk|
|Whisk all wet ingredients|
|Form a dough|
|Roll out using a rolling pin to desired thickness 1/4 inch is best|
|I used a bottle cap to cut out to accommodate her size|
|Dough made about 50-60 treats|
|Yummy finished product!|
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