Monday, April 29, 2013

Cinco de Mayo! Ole!

Cinco de Mayo Freebie
(no, I am not giving away my son!)

I love Cinco de Mayo.  I probably like it for different reasons than many, but I love it because that is the day my son Anthony was born! Anthony will be 13 this year.  I really do not know where 13 years have went, but I am so proud of him and all that he has become.  In honor of his birthday, I am giving away this

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Happy Cinco de Mayo!

Happy Birthday Anthony!
I love you.

If you are looking for some other Cinco de Mayo fun check out my other pack on sale now:


Thursday, April 25, 2013

Spring Success Kit Fun!

Only 29 more days left of school.  Today during our meetings we were going over the calendar figuring out all the test dates and when we need to be completed by.  It is definitely crunch time.  Over the past few weeks,  I have been trying to help those little ones that are almost there but need that extra push to build their fluency a bit better.  After my one little one said, "Honestly Mrs. Glynn, monkey's eat bananas not cherries!" I think it was still a success since he asks every day to play Let's Feed the Monkey haha.   I hope this can help you with your little ones as much as it is helping mine.  

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Sunday, April 14, 2013

Tax Sale

Are you looking for a little Tax Relief?  Are you just as sad as I am about taxes?  Well, I hope this little sale will help get you in a good mood and help you have a great Monday.  

Are you looking for some fun ideas for April?  Check out what we are working on:
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Happy April 15th!


Tuesday, April 2, 2013

World Autism Awareness Day

Today is not only Autism Awareness Day, but April is Autism Awareness Month.  What do you really know about autism?  This would be a fabulous time to learn some interesting facts that affect 1 in 88 children in the United States alone.  Studies show that autism is 4 to 5 more common in boys than girls.  It is estimated that 1 in every 54 boys and 1 in 252 girls are diagnosed with autism in the United States.  In comparison, this is more children than are affected by diabetes AIDS, cancer, cerebral palsy, cystic fibrosis, muscular dystrophy or Down syndrome combined.  

I found these facts and a bunch more at this wonderful website below.  Click on the picture to learn more.

Also, there is a facebook page dedicated to Autism.  Click Like and be part of a wonderful group.

We have three fabulous teachers on Freebielicious that teach
special needs children and I want to give a BIG SHOUT out to them for all they do!  If you have a story to tell, please share with us!

Erin  from

Mandy from


Caitlin from