June 15, 2017

Monday Made It


I am excited to be joining Tara from Fourth Grade Frolics for #mondaymadeit!

First up are these adorable birthday straws from The Husky Loving Teacher. What a smart idea to make these over the summer and have them on hand for birthdays! Click here to grab her FREE Birthday Tags!
As soon as I saw her post this image on Instagram I went hunting for a good deal on straws. Success at Dollar Tree Online! Ordered them and they will ship for free to my local store!
Krazy Straws, 6 ct.


Next year I am implementing a Golden Pineapple in place of a student of the month award. I want to focus each month on a different character trait. Then at the end of that month I will select the student who has showed the most growth in that area.

My goal is to build a classroom community in which we uplift one another. Click here to pick them up!
I know I know, it is summer break and I am thinking about next year. But honestly, I am still in school mode and creating for next year does not stress me out. Soooo, for September I want to celebrate Talk Like A Pirate Day! I made this fun math center for my students to work on compare numbers. 


Another day in September I love to teach is International Day of Peace. I made these pennant banners to go along with The Peace Book by Todd Parr (aff link).
Peace Banners

And because I thought I would be adventurous and crafty I made these touch and feel number cards for my kinders. What a great idea from Teach Me Mommy.
 Touch & Feel Counting Cards

Looking for some more ideas? Click here to check out some more #mondaymadeit.

7 comments:

  1. I LOVE your touch and feel number cards! These are great! I also think a golden pineapple award would be so much fun! I can't wait to see what you add next week!

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  2. All of your creations are so adorable. I especially love the birthday straws. What a great idea! Thanks for sharing your Monday Made Its.

    Dee
    Teaching at the Beach

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  3. I love the touch and feel counting cards! What a great idea. Perfect for kinesthetic learners!

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  4. Love your made its! Thank you for linking up with me!

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  5. Your touch and feel number cards are very cute. I plan on making some for my grandchildren. Thanks for sharing. Enjoy your summer.
    Beti
    Once a Teacher, Always a Teacher

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  6. I love the title of your blog! Awesome! :) Your peace banners are a great idea.
    Pam at PJ Jots - Please visit me!

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  7. I never thought about looking at Dollar Tree online. I will definitely be doing that soon!

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