I know it has been a while since posted last... I'll blame it onthis website. I have been trying my best to create my own clutter free classroom. Ugh. It's not easy. I've only been teaching five years and my room was beginning to get a little cramped. The discovery of this site has coincided with my student teacher coming and has definitely worked in her favor! All that old or barely used cra... err, stuff has been parking itself in a nice corner box for student teacher to take with her when she leaves. Perfect. I know all my cra.. (I almost said it again) stuff is going to a good home! Anyway, that's not why I'm posting this morning. Back to the main reason...

I made a new foldable! Yup, this morning I already mopped, cleaned bathrooms, changed bedsheets, gone for a three mile run with my sister, and made a new product for my TpT store! All before noon! WHAT! WHAT! This is my third foldable and I was sitting and thinking: "You know, we have to teach all these famous folks for our Georgia history, but have NO resources to do so! I'm going to make something." Our school is lucky enough to get Georgia Studies Weekly, but I know not everyone can get those and I would even like a little something extra than just those little newspaper thingies. (I don't know what else to call them.) SO, if you are a Georgia teacher, or someone who wants to teach a little American Indian history, this foldable is for YOU! It's about Sequoyah, the Cherokee indian who invented the Cherokee alphabet. It's has two pages of facts and then the back is a review with questions. I happen to be quite proud of it! Hop on over to my store to check it out! Happy Saturday, y'all!