Monday Made It: Growing in God, Classroom Jobs, and Bathroom Cabinets...oh my!

Howdy friends!
As we jump-start another week, I'm linking up with Tara from "4th Grade Frolics" for her "Monday Made it"
This week I was busy creating for my classroom as well as for the sweet girl I'm tutoring. My time was also divided as my hubby and I worked to set up our house. I was hoping to be all set to show off this week, but unfortunately the unveiling will have to wait until next Monday :)

Here are some things I've completed this week:
I'm working on a mega interactive notebook/foldable packet for Bible Basics
It's not quite ready to show off yet, but I am giving you a little {FREE} sampler to whet your appetite :)
The packet comes with step-by-step teacher directions and suggested answers and activities: 
Here's a preview of other foldables
that will be included in the packet: 
Click here to download your FREEBIE: Growing in God Foldable
And remember, if you're a Christian school teacher and have a blog, please link it up!

Secondly, I've been working around the clock on my
 Travel-themed Classroom Decor MEGA Bundle
which now has over 300 pages! :) 
Here's the last product in the bundle (for now!):
I've already printed out my set:
They are laminated and ready to cut out - which I plan to do while watching a chick flick this afternoon :)
 Here's the link if you want to check out the updated
Travel theme Classroom Decor MEGA bundle:
If you've already purchased it, please go and "re-download"
for the 4 new products I've added!

My husband and I have recently moved from an apartment into a cute and cozy (read:tiny) house and we've had an absolute ball shopping for and setting up our new little home! One thing that our quaint home doesn't have a lot of...is closets! So we've had to improvise. Here is a project we worked on in our bathroom to create some linen closet/extra paper product supplies storage:
I scoured GoodWill and various other thrift shops and got these (it's two pieces stacked) at two separate stores several days apart! They match perfectly - and were already assembled! My husband drilled in a bracket to keep the two pieces from toppling over (which might have happened as I was trying to move them...ouch!)
Now, the only problem: the bottom one was yellow. So a couple coats of fresh paint and it is sparkling white and clean :)
 It fits perfectly - fills the space without making it crowded :)

Hop on over to "4th Grade Frolics" to see what other fabulous bloggers have MADE!
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