BOO! and A Little Bit More

First Off-
To all my friends in the path of Sandy, my prayers are with you!
Waiting out the storm is an all too familiar feeling down here.
I wish you peace and safety over the next several days!

Next-I've Been BOOed!!
My friend, Barb, at Grade ONEderful BOOed me!
SO now I get to share some fun Halloween books and activities,
 AND BOO a few other bloggy friends!

So here goes! 

Here are some of my favorite books to read during the Halloween season:
 1) The Hallo-weiner
This is absolutely my favorite Halloween story!
Laugh-out-loud funny and such a sweet message!! The kids love it, too!
2) Mercy Watson-Princess in Disguise
My kiddos and I read the first 3 Mercy Watson books and couldn't wait for this one!
It's number 4 and all about Halloween!!
Super funny and eccentric Characters in this story!

Since we're talking about BOOing...
My kiddos are loving this BOO! Sight Word game.
Today, they asked me if we had to put it away after Halloween.
Thank goodness, I can get out the Thanksgiving game!!

  It comes in blackline, too!
I'm one of those girls who likes to include everyone, so...
If you have not been BOOed yet, consider yourself BOOed!!

 Coming Attractions: 
1) What We've Been Up To
 2) 500 Follower Giveaway 
3) Learning Resources Hear-All Giveaway! 

In the meantime, look what's hanging out in town this week...
Oh, yes! It's the Weiner Mobile!
Or, should I say the "Hallo-weiner" Mobile?? Ha!!
Perfect timing!!
I would love to go Trick or Treating in that thing!!!

Have a Spooky Week, my friends!


  1. The Hallo-weiner is my favorite too...the best message.
    ❀ Tammy
    Forever in First

  2. Thanks for the shout-out!
    We read the Hallo-Wiener today. That story never gets old ~ the kids always love it.
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

  3. We love Hallo-Weiner! We're using Rachel Lamb's unit to make a cute Hallo-weiner tomorrow!

    Your blog is adorable, we're so glad we found it :)

    We're your newest followers, we hope you'll stop by ours as well!

    Across the Hall in 2nd Grade