Clipart Challenge

Several fabulous clipartists and bloggers have come together for an amazing Clipart Challenge hosted by Primary Possibilities!  Each blogger is featuring a clipartist and a product they made using that artist's images!  This is a great way to discover new clipart creators for your summer creations.   So keep reading and following the linky at the bottom to head on to the next post!  You may even pick up some freebies along the way!

I was paired up with Richi Reynolds of Ribbons, Recipes and Rhymes.  Yes, you will actually find recipes on her blog as well as teaching content.  Click on the image below to check it out.

I was able to choose any clipart item from her TpT store.  I decided to go with her Spring has Sprung! set of butterflies, flowers, bees, ladybugs, and more.  The set contains 64 different spring images, black line images included.  

She has other thematic clipart sets in her store as well, including Thanksgiving, fall, penguins, and shamrocks. 

I created a set of contraction task cards with QR codes to use next year.  There are 24 task cards on which students need to read the sentences and write the contraction for the underlined words.  They can then scan the QR code to see if they have the right answer.  (Click here if you need information on how to use QR codes with your students.)  The task cards are available in both color AND black and white.  A recording sheet and answer document are included.

Don't you just love the little ladybug?!

Click here to download this product for FREE!

Make sure sure to check out Richi's TpT store, blog, and Facebook page.  Don't forget to continue following along the blog hop to discover some more awesome clipartists!

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  1. Cute!! Love the freebie! I'm determined to set up a donor's choose project to get an iPad for next year so I can use all of your adorable QR Codes!!

    Collaboration Cuties

  2. I love it, too! Thanks so much, Jessica! Richi


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