Tomorrow night is my Open House, and I'm so excited to meet my new students! I've been working non-stop in my classroom trying to get it all together. It's finished except for a few little things I can add later. I have several Monday Made Its to share with you tonight!
This first one is one of my favorites. I found the print at Hobby Lobby on clearance for $10 and I immediately thought it would be perfect for showcasing selected work (I'm thinking student writing pieces). I hot glued sparkly clothes pins on the bottom of the sucker sticks. All I need is a title. What do you think of "Sweet Work"?
Here is a close up of the clothes pins.
Next up: Washi tape clothes pins! These are for my hallway bulletin board. I made little chalkboard name plates for them and then hot glued push pins on the back. I didn't get a final picture, so maybe next week I can share the finished product!
I finally got around to making my copy/file/grade labels for my bins. I love how this turned out! Thanks to Elizabeth at Fun in Room 4B for the freebie! The colors match my room theme. :-)
These are another of my favorite summer projects! I bought plain wooden frames from Michaels and painted them (I shared the empty frames in an earlier post). Then I purchased these motivational chalkboard sayings from Miss Nelson and thought they were just perfect for the frames! Everyone that comes in my room comments on these right away! (Sorry about the picture quality. I really need to take my camera to school to get some decent shots. My phone camera just doesn't cut it.)
I found some colorful tie-dye packaging tape and thought that the colors would be cute in my room. I decided to purchase a pack of 4 small cork boards and cover the edges. I have a bulletin board over my desk for our big calendar. I used to put notes for myself under the calendar, but last year I decided to use part of that board for my prefix/suffix of the week so I didn't really have room for my "stuff" anymore. I think these will work nicely and I found a space just to the left of my desk for them.
I also made Tara's Showing My Understanding chart. It's a freebie on her FB page, so be sure to follow 4th Grade Frolics on Face Book! Love how it looks on my painted wall!!!
Please excuse the mess still on my back table and student desks, but this is the view of my painted wall. My mother-in-law made new curtains for me (LOVE!). Notice how the Sweet Work sucker print pops on that wall? You can also see my tissue paper pom-poms. I made those last year, and though they are starting to droop just a bit, I'm going to try to get one more year out of them since I didn't change my color scheme.
It's all starting to come together! School starts this Thursday for students. When do you go back? Are you ready???