July 3, 2016

July's Pinterest Pick 3

One can always find something on Pinterest!  I seriously don't know what the world did PP (Pre-Pinterest).

How did parents create cool birthday parties?

How did we find delicious recipes?

How did brides to be plan their weddings?

How did I ever style my hair and dress myself?

I don't know....it is a mystery.

Anyway.....check out these cool ideas for Literacy Without Worksheet's July's Pinterest Pick 3 linky.





My first pick is a seemingly delicious and healthy (can those two words go together?) recipe.  I have been ***trying*** to lose weight this summer, yet I just can't seem to shed my extra chub.  Many of my friends have had success with Weight Watchers, so I signed up for a two month plan yesterday.  So far I really like it!  Anyway.....here is the pin!


The recipe is a ground chicken-avocado burger from California Avocado.  This burger even won some awards....which means it has to be good!


With this next pin....you may be seeing a theme develop.  You see this pin is about exercise.  Yes, people, I am trying to lose weight.


I've actually completed this particular circuit several times, and I love it.  This workout is from Spotebi, which specializes in at home workouts for women.  If you have time--check out their website as they have some great workouts!


I suppose my third pick should be something school related, huh?

I mean I have been thinking about school this summer (wink, wink).


I love this idea form Reading Mama that works with word families!  Recognizing phonograms, chucks or the rimes in words is an extremely important skill in reading development.  I love how this practice is also multisensory!  Fun!

5 comments:

  1. Love the word family legos. The kids would love those! The burger looks delish! I feel your pain- I'm on day 8 of whole 30! I can't wait to be done. Thank you for sharing your pins and linking up with us! :)

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    1. I have heard of Whole 30 before, but don't know much about it. Best of luck for the remainder of your 22 days! We can do it!!

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  2. Those burgers look yummy! I did sight words on legos last year, but I love this twist of doing word families. I guess I better start looking for more legos. Thanks for sharing your finds.

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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    1. I wish I could say it was my idea...but it is all Reading Mama! She has a great Facebook and blog!! Thanks for stopping by!

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  3. How cute are the Lego word families!! :) Thanks for linking up!!

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