Roll Like a Pumpkin!

I went to Target this weekend! Thank goodness for that. I hadn't been in the dollar section in quite some time and I was really feeling it ;) I love Target! You all would be really proud of me though! I refrained from a lot! I only picked up 2 things!!! When I saw these adorable Fall themed die cuts I had to have them.


Here's why! Remember these adorable movement cards I found on Pinterest??
{thank you Alison!}

 These little die cuts are perfect for that!
Aren't they cute?! 

I downloaded a free Avery template {here} and thought of fun some verbs to go with each  card. {the squirrel is my favorite ;)} Then typed them up on the ready to go template! I am all about easy.
You can download the actions I created and print them on templates or regular paper and glue them onto the cards by clicking the image below.
Then all I had to do was print them on my Avery labels and stick them to the back of each card.
You could stick these in a cute little basket and use them when you need little "brain breaks" throughout the day. It's also a great way to throw in verbs and nouns, and fall vocabulary. All of that for $1?! See why I'm obsessed with the dollar spot!

I'm also obsessed with October and Fall in general {but Summer still has my heart ;)}
I love teaching about pumpkins! 
I uploaded my Pumpkin Graphs n' Glyph to my TpT and TN shops.
The file includes a fun little pumpkin glyph, 4 class graphs, 2 science experiments, and a little story that I wrote.

Enjoy!


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17 comments

  1. Die cuts are AWESOME!!! and the squirrel is my favorite too!!!!
    You are so creative- your brain must never stop!
    Staci
    Go Nutty with Me!

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  2. I picked those die cuts up yesterday!! :) Love the new blog :)

    Kimberly
    The Learning Tree

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  3. I was just looking at those die cuts like, 10 minutes ago at Target! I *almost* put them in the cart, but I aready had a few too many things so I decided against it- darn! Love your idea and the new blog!! awesome!!
    Nicole
    Rowdy in Room 300

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  4. ha! I was gonna say - heeeeey....why didn't i get invited to this freeblicious party??? lol!! it's ok...I get it...I'm too old for you! haha!!
    I am totally needing your pumpkin glyph pack since my kids LOVED your apple glyph pack! :)

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  5. Thanks for giving me another reason to go to Target this weekend and hunt through those Dollar Bins!! (My husband prefers it when I have a reason LOL) And YAY for this new blog! I will be all over it collecting goodies for my firsties!

    ❤ -Stephanie
    Falling Into First

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  6. You are naughty! I talked myself out of those at Target yesterday and now I'm going to have to go back. And you know you can never leave Target without buying ten more things than you came for!
    Rowdy in First Grade

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  7. This is so great! As a teacher coming down to kinder I know brain breaks are so important!! Love your blog!

    Ms. Thomas
    The First Grade Jungle14

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  8. I love this! So cute! And what a great new blog! Love it!

    Ashley
    The Teacher's Treasure Chest

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  9. YAY for the new blog! So excited to head over and check it out!!!

    Debbie
    K is for Kinderrific

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  10. LOVE the die cut idea!!
    I have some from last year!
    :)
    Love your pumpkins!
    Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  11. LOVE the die cut idea!!
    I have some from last year!
    :)
    Love your pumpkins!
    Sandra
    Sweet Times in First
    sweettimesinfirst@gmail.com

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  12. That is so stinking cute!! Even though I don't currently teach in the younger grades I still will be a faithful follower because I heart you! Wonderful idea and site.. and I looove target! I just posted a few clothes I want from there on my blog :P

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  13. Holy cow!!!! I was the 500th follower!!! Amazing!!! :)

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  14. What a cute and fun way to get our little ones moving and grooving! I bet you dream of new things to make every night...you ROCK Hadar! =)

    If you think you could use some Stretchy Snake *freebies*, I would love for you to come and check them out...you can also see about our sound box hop. It is an AWESOME way for kiddos to sound and hop out words. =)

    Heather
    Heather's Heart

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  15. My class love the Thanksgiving, Halloween and Christmas editions of these pin-on activities. We also have pre-set phrases like Merry Christmas from cvc words for this activity.

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  16. What fun brain breaks! THanks for the great ideas. My students will love this!
    Sarah
    Sarah's First Grade Snippets

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