My Target $ Finds

I was inspired by Mrs. Perry to head off to Target.  Even though I shouldn't have.  I really had to hold myself back on all the cute containers and buckets.  I didn't really need them but wanted them!  Anyone looking for book boxes for their students there are some great ones that are similiar to the ones I bought from Really Good Stuff!




I bought the grow capsules for a writing idea that was shared by First Grade Brain!  I did this last year and the kids loved it!  I liked the variety. 

Love all the Dr. Seuss stuff.  I had a lot more but I made myself put it back.  I got these for prizes for the week of Dr. Seuss' birthday!


I have been using a lot of green and purple this coming year with my jungle theme.  I wish the ribbons were purple but they are just adorable.

These I actually bought for my 11 year old daughter.  She likes to play school with her little brothers.  She has set her walk in closet up into a classroom.  It's adorable.  She wanted to use these in her room and I couldn't resist.  Then a blog posted worksheets to go along with them.  I have been searching for who posted it and I can't find them so if someone knows that would be great!  I printed them off for her and she couldn't wait to go "to school"!

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  1. here's that link in case anyone else is looking for it, or missed it before...

    http://kindergartencrayons.blogspot.com/2011/06/remorseful-or-resourceful-with-target.html

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  2. From looking at the container it should be an easy fix to change out the ribbon on the container to match your theme. Awesome finds!

    Primary Connections

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  3. Our Target dollar spot is still full of summer stuff! I can't wait til we get ou Back to School shipment in and put out... I check every day! LOL I am leaving for Florida tomorrow, maybe I will find it down South!

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  4. Awwww...I used to play school and my closet was my classroom too! I love the dotted line stamps!
    ~The Sweet Life of Third Grade

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