Skillet Peanut Butter Cookie drizzled with Peanut Butter Syrup perfect for National Peanut Butter Day
National Day Calendar guild challenge - of course this is for National Girl Scout Day. The badges, pins and patches are all my own from when I was in scouts in the 1970s. The scouts blouse and skirt are cut from old uniforms (although not my own). The little girl was drafted from some clip art that I purchased on eEtsy (from DoodlesFirst) and then enlarged. The lettering was from a free McCall's Quilting pattern called On My Honor...Be Prepared.
There are certain “National Days” that I try not to miss, Coffee, Pie, Donuts, Grandparents, and I have to say that National Cookie Day which is Dec. 4th and National Brownie Day which is Dec. 8, are ones that I NEVER miss there is always a good reason to eat cookies and brownies. Sugar...Read More »
Enjoy this American symbols freebie where your students can learn about the symbols we have in our history that symbolize the freedom that our veterans fought for.Our veterans fought so bravely for our freedom and our history has so many symbols throughout history that represent those freedoms.Ashley Sandersonflyinghighinfirstgrade@gmail.com