Tuesday Turn About #214 Let’s Get Crafty!

At this week’s Tuesday Turn About link party, I am sharing some fun and creative DIY crafts! These features will inspire you to get crafty. Tuesday Turn About Link Party #214

Hi Friends and Happy Tuesday! I hope you’re enjoying a wonderful start to your week!

I have been busy getting ready to head back to school, but this year is a little different.

After teaching for 27 years, I am making a big change…I am moving from fourth grade to Kindergarten! This opportunity presented itself to me this past spring and I felt that I was ready for something new. I couldn’t be more excited!

I have been spending a lot of time in my new classroom…setting up, sorting through books and blocks, and of course, adding some classroom decorations to make it a warm and welcoming space!

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I have found so much inspiration from other teachers in blog land and on social media, but I would love your ideas too! What is your favorite Kindergarten memory? Was there something about your experience with Kindergarten that brings a smile to your face? I would love to hear from you!

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Do you love to craft? If so, you will love this week’s fabulous features! This week I am sharing FOUR fun and creative DIY craft projects. Let’s get this party started!

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Lynne’s Household Tip

It’s no secret that vinegar is my favorite household product. I shared how I used it in my 8 Terrific Eco-Friendly Cleaning Tips, along with how I use it in my yard in the post DIY Homemade Weed and Poison Ivy Killer. Today I have another great use for vinegar to share with you!

Do you ever have a hard time removing sticky price tags or stickers from your new glass or plastic products? The solution is easy! Spray the sticky spot with white vinegar. Then gently scrape it off using a small plastic scraper or expired credit card. I hope this is helpful to you!

Julie’s Blogging Tip

This week’s tip comes directly from the infamous Grayson Bell from iMark Interactive.

Ad companies (mainly Raptive/Mediavine) are now seeing that Google signals data being on might be causing some issues. Not widespread, but they are putting out notes to turn this off.

It’s very easy if you have it on.

Go into your GA account, then admin, then in the middle column, pick your GA4 property and go to Setup Assistant. Then under Google signals, you will see if it says off or on.

If it says off, then you are good.
If it says on, it’s very, very easy to turn off.

Here’s a video.

Hope that is helpful!

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  1. Lynne,
    Thanks again for hosting this wonderful party every week! I know how much time goes into doing so and I want you to know that it I truly appreciate it!! I hope you have a great week!

  2. Thank you so much for a great party Lynne! I am so excited to see my little slipcovered stools featured 🙂 hugs- Tanya

  3. Thanks for hosting and have fun with those sweet kindergarten students! I hope this is your best year yet!

  4. Kindergarten, how fun! I just love that age. I remember my kindergarten very well, even though it was many, many years ago. I guess kindergarten was more like pre-school back then, but I loved simple things like show and tell, music time, and art projects.

  5. How exciting! You will be a wonderful kindergarten teacher. Best wishes for a wonderful start to the new school year!

  6. Congratulations on your exciting move to Kindergarten! As a fellow teacher, I’m curious to know if you have any specific classroom decoration ideas or themes you’re planning to incorporate to make your Kindergarten space even more inviting?

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