Thursday, July 19, 2012

nose picking idea & Gold mine freebie

Are you tired of telling your students to go and wash their hands because you caught them picking their nose?  Here is a first~class idea to help you with this problem! 

Go to your local dollar store and buy a Nasal Aspirator for each student, label each one, and line up on your desk for easy access. 






Now that I have got your attention and maybe a little giggle....

One of the items I "pinned" to make this summer is "MY STAR CHART".  Sorry...I am not sure where I pinned the resournce from.  I finally found the time to make it.  Here is the picture of my work and the printable master freebie. 

{Click Here}  for the "GOLD MIND" freebie!

I hope you enjoy the rest of your summer.  I am busy helping Kelsea get ready for college and four-wheeling with Cayden. 



  1. Oh my gosh, you had me cracking up with the nose picking!! LOL. Thanks for the star chart idea. I love it! :)
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  2. Ha! Loved the nose-pickin' joke! Thanks for the freebie. I had also pinned that and it was on my to-do list. You made it easy for me - thanks!

  3. Thank you! I love this idea and will definitely be using your freebie when school starts. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Great way to get our attention - we all have our share of nose pickers, don't we!!! Thanks for sharing the star chart. Renee

  5. CDNK Teacher...which idea do you like and will be using in your classroom!?! HA HA HA Nose picking just grosses me out. Amber

    I am on the computer and my husband is across from me and when I read this to him...we both cracked up!

  7. I did the 3 star paper last year too! It was great for my kids to have an actual model of what it means when you ask for quality work. I love this idea.

  8. Loved the nose-picking joke!!! I love the 3 star paper idea! Thanks for sharing!

  9. Thanks for sharing your freebie! It will be WONDERFUL for my Kinders!


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