Apparently, it takes 9000 hours to get a kindergarten room up set up from scratch before the students arrive. Then, about 22 hours a day the first 3 weeks of school to get things running smoothly. Thankfully, teachers have bladders of steel. It’s a prerequisite into the teacher program, if you didn’t know. That doesn’t leave much time to be a mom, wife, or blogger. But, when you can find a cheap craft for your classroom that fits the school theme, makes cute table centerpieces, and your own kids want to make together, then blog about….fuh-getta-bout-it. Sign me up. And, thank you to all my readers who keep checking in on me and didn’t delete me forever from their lives. Enjoy this campfire craft!
Of course, by all means, stick marshmallows on the ends of pretzel sticks and tell many campfire stories. Check out this link from I Can Teach My Child to take it to the next level. Indoor camping on a Saturday in jammies does wonders on Mommy Back to Work Guilt;) So does marshmallows. So does Ben & Jerry’s Chocolate Therapy, but I’m not sure how that ties into a camping craft, but it just does. Always.