Wednesday, July 4, 2012


Teacher Pay Teachers just sent an e-mail that I sold another item. Wahoo! How exciting!
This has been fun.  Thank you to the person that just purchased, Scientific Method Flip Book.

Here's the blurb: This is a creative flip book on scientific method vocabulary. This 5 page booklet contains directions, a template for the flip book and cut and paste definitions. 
Have students work independently, in pairs or collaboratively to determine the meaning of each word. This activity can be glued into a science notebook.

This evening we made pizza rolls. My child does not like pizza, but she loves Double Dave's pizza rolls. Since it is no longer in our area so we have learned to make the pizza rolls. We have now taught our N. Carolina family how to make them. Yum! We all helped make them. My niece formed her pepperoni in the form of a flower, until we rolled them up.


  1. Yes please! I would like to know how to make pizza rolls!!!! =) Thanks!

  2. Super easy! Super Yummy!
    I usually make 3 batches at a time.

    You need:

    tubes of refrigerated French Bread
    package of sliced pepperoni or turkey pepperoni
    mozzarella cheese sticks, each cut in 1/2,

    Preheat oven according to package directions for the bread. Lightly grease a large baking sheeet and set aside.

    Remove bread from tubes but do not unroll. Cut each loaf into six equal pieces. Roll or flatten each piece of dough into a rectangle. Working from one of the long ends of each rectangle, lay 6 pieces of pepperoni on top of the dough. Slice one cheese stick in 1/2, then lay end to end on top of the pepperoni. Fold dough up and over the cheese and pepperoni, pressing the ends together tightly to seal.

    Lay the pepperoni rolls, seam side down, onto the baking sheet. Bake for 20-25 minutes.