Thursday, June 23, 2011

My Head Is Spinning From Target

I thought I was finished blogging about mats but then I saw these:


So... you know that you having a blogging addiction or you would not be posting from TBA. However, have you thought about your dollar spot addiction too? I found these mats and now I will remake them so they can be used by kinderkids. I love the spinners built into the mat. Once again, I am spending too much money before I even make it into the actual store. Do you suffer from this addiction too? These are actually clever and made my light bulb go on today. There is lots of great stuff this week but shhhh.  Try to resist!

12 comments:

laughinbrunette (Jennifer) said...

Those are awesome! Great find!!
Jennifer
First Grade Blue SKiES

luvzenkms2(Leea) said...

$ spots and I are friends...my family and friends leave me there and go and do their shopping, come back and I still spend more $ than them....I keep seeing all these good ideas that I have to keep track! So if for nothing else think of me and keep posting :) Thanks for sharing :)

Allie said...

Ha! I'm so glad I'm not the only one! Yesterday I went into Target for just a few things. As I walked in, I told myself, "You are not buying anything for your classroom!" 20 minutes and $40 later, I realized I shouldn't have even thought it!

Karen said...

Hi... my name is Karen and I too have a dollar spot addiction! I ws just wondering when Target would get their "school" dollar spot in. I am also addicted to archer farm Parmesan garlic chips!! I see a trip to target in my future!!

Lesson Plan SOS Teachers said...

Fran...I didn't see your email address, so I hope you don't mind that I am sending you a comment through your blog. As you can see, I can now comment on blogs AND on our blog. THANK YOU SO MUCH for your advice! We are so grateful!!!! :)
Melissa (and Nicole!)

Hadar said...

Oh geeze! I've already been to Target today and yesterday...didn't see these though! I got really cute dry-erase sentence strips that I can't wait to use!! Cheers to the dollar spot!

Hadar
Miss Kindergarten

tmarie said...

Can't wait to find those! Let me know how you adapt them to K and I'll do the same!

Karen LeBlanc said...

I'm a $ Target addict, too. I always think I have it all and then I see... I'm running errands tomorrow and Target is on the list!

deb said...

can you tell me the cross streets for the Target you are finding all these great things at? Since I'll be in that area all summer, I can make it a daily stop! Thanks Fran.

deb

S. Parker said...

Just got back from Target but did not see those. I did see about 50 or so other items I purchased. I got the dry erase sentence strips, nuts and bolts, lacing beads, linking people for our sensory centers and math. Shhh....don't let my husband know.

Mrs.Thompson said...

I am a dollar spot addict, too! Check out my most recent post about what I found yesterday!

Mrs. Thompson

Adventures in Teaching

Sandra Guntorius said...

I had to go to two different Targets to find these but finally did, thanks for sharing.

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