Monday, July 4, 2016

4th Monday Made It...perfect for July 4th!

Happy 4th of July, y'all!
I'm not sure how many people will be readin'
blogs on this holiday, but I couldn't
pass up postin' my 4th Monday Made It on the 4th
with my sweet friend Tara from 4th Grade Frolics!
4's all around!

http://4thgradefrolics.blogspot.com/2016/07/monday-made-it-with-learning-in.html

Today we are attendin' a BBQ @ my parents' best friends' home.
Everybody got to choose what they wanted to bring.
I wanted to make somethin' "red, white, and blue" 
for the 4th.
I consulted my good friend, Pinterest, and looked
for some easy to make pins.

There were a lot to sort through and many to help spark 
some inspiration, but this is the one that I choose
as my pinspiration.

Source

Produce in California is BEAUTIFUL and so fresh!
Berries definitely don't look like these do when they finally make
their way to Florida.
I've been enjoyin' all the fruits every day while here!

These were super, duper easy to put together
and a mostly healthy, yet extremely delicious treat!



Red, White, and Blue and scrumptious!

I'm bringin' back a Monday Made it from two years ago...
since you guys like the task cards so much 

I'm gettin' in the 4th of July spirit and wanted
to make somethin' festive.
This could be used any time of the year though.

I've got it up for FREE on Monday.
Be sure to leave some feedback love please.

My kids always love any review for multi-digit 
multiplication. 
Even better when it's colorful and has
patriotic clip art.

 "Red, White, and Blue...my teacher says I have to multiply by more than TWO!"

Some of my fondest memories of summer as a child
was goin' to have tea and popovers at
Acadia National Park
when we would go on vacation in Maine.

As an adult, it has become a tradition for my mom
to make popovers whenever I visit my parents
in the summer.

This summer I decided to help make 
this tasty treat.

They were so quick and easy to make and even
yummier to eat!

*Mom uses the Popovers recipe from 


Add some butter and jam and you will be in business!

I hope everyone is enjoyin' the day with family and friends.
If anyone needs me...I'll be stuffin' my face!

Happy Monday, friends!

17 comments :

  1. Ok that desert....is to die for. Seriously. So simple, so cute, healthy and it looks soooo yummy!!! Have an awesome time!

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    1. Thank you! I obviously substituted marshmallows for angel food cake, but I taste tested and they were yumm-o!

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  2. Love the fruit kabob fireworks. Great idea and easy! I'm on my way to the store now. Happy Fourth. See you around. Kathleen Kidpeople Classroom

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  3. Ok sweet friend....your food posts woke up my stomach which wasn't quite awake yet...lol. Those fruit kabobs are so fun! Love the red, white, and blue! Your "checking with your good friend, Pinterest" comment about made me spit my coffee out....that's my friend too!!!! LOL! Thank you for linking up and another fun freebie! You are always so thoughtful!!!! xoxo

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  4. What did we do before the internet? Love your idea!

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  5. Yum! I am suddenly hungry! Happy 4th of July!

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  6. The fruit kabobs were yummy! But I "heart" the task cards more! Thanks for sharing!
    Swamp Frog First Graders

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  7. Your making me hungry....such yummy food for the 4th! Love the cute task cards!

    Jess

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  8. Yummmm! We had shrimp kabobs last night - those would have complemented them well! I enjoyed reading your post! And - happy 4th!! Please visit my Monday Made It HERE. Have a great week! Pam from PJ Jots

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  9. I agree - YUM! What a beautiful and simple dessert!

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  10. Can I come over to your house for the 4th. My whole family actually has to work today and all of the BBQ's smell phenominal around here. Thanks for sharing... and yes California produce totally rocks in the summer!

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  11. Man your BFF has some great recipes! Love those Kabobs! Festive and yummy. The task cards are fab! I sent our 5th grade teacher to your store to snag them up. Thanks for being so generous! Hope you are having a blast in Cali with your family! XOXO

    ~Laura
    Luv My Kinders

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  12. The fruit kabobs look delicious! I hope you enjoyed the Fourth!

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  13. Those fruit kebobs look AMAZING! I may have to make them, just because! You can't go wrong with food on a stick, in my opinion. :) Hope you had a happy 4th!

    Susie
    Shafer's Shenanigans

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